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Train Leaves Here This Morning chords

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                        Words and Music by
                            Gene Clark &
                           Bernie Leadon

[Intro]
E   Esus4   E   Esus4   E   Esus4   E


[Verse 1]
E                                         D
I lost ten points just for bein' in the right place
       B7            E       Esus4    E
At exactly the wrong time,
E                                         D     
I looked right at the facts there but I may 
               B7              E     Esus4    E
As well have been completely blind
      C#m                      F#7
So if you see me walkin' all alone,
           C#m                           F#7
Don't look back; I'm just on my way back home

[Chorus]
Fmaj7       E                                       D   
There's a train leaves here this mornin', I don't know
B7               E
What I might be on

[Verse 2]
E                                   D
She signed me to a contract, baby said
           B7           E    Esus4    E
It would all be so lifelong
E                                            D
I looked around then for a reason when there wasn't 
            B7              E
Something more to blame it on
       C#m                                   F#7
But if time makes a diff'rence while we're gone,
        C#m                         F#7
Tell me now and I won't be hangin' on

[Chorus]

[Verse 3]
E                                          D
Thirteen-twenty North Columbus was the address
         B7               E    Esus4    E
That I wrote down on my sleeve,
E                                              D
I don't know just what she wanted might have been
            B7              E
That it was gettin' time to leave
      C#m                               F#7
And I watched as the smokeer passed it on,
      C#m                                  F#7
And I laughed when the joker said, "Lead on"

[Chorus]

E                                                   D
There's a train leaves here this mornin', I don't know
B7           Eb              E    EaddF#
What I might be on___________

            
            
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StarChild69 10 Nov 20, 2008 11:06 AM

This tab's pretty good, I tune right up to E and it is in the same key as the record- great tune written by an Eagle & a Byrd! nyuk nyuk nyuk

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BJ59 36 Jan 17, 2017 04:23 PM

Nice job. Me like. Especially the transitions.

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tripgreene 10 Jun 08, 2017 01:20 PM

Good Version. Simple for everyone and a good chord switching song for beginners.

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