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JACKSON BROWNE: CALL IT A LOAN


[Verse]
G                     C        G
In the morning when I close my eyes
C                    D   G
you were sleepin' in paradise.
G                      C       G
And while the room was growing light
C                        D      G
I was holding still with all my might.


[Chorus]
        C   D   G            C     Am     D      G
        Oh, oh, what if it's true, aah, what my heart says?
        C   D   G         C
        Oh, oh, what'll I do?
        G                                 D       G
        What if this feeling becomes hard to part with?


[Verse]
G                 C         G
You were meant to play your part
C                  D         G
In the desire of a desperate heart.
G                       C       G
And while you gave your love to me
C                     D          G
I was betting I would getting it free.


[Chorus]
        C   D   G           C     Am      D       G
        Oh, oh, if I'd only know, aah, what your heart costs.
        C   D   G                C
        Oh, oh, can we call it a loan,
        G                          D          G
        And a debt that I owe on a bet that I lost?


[Verse]
G              C               G
In the evening when you see my eyes
C                    D     G
Looking back at you, no disguise.
G            C                    G
I'm not sure who you think you'll see,
C                         D              G
I'm just hoping you still know that it's me.


[Chorus]
        C   D   G            C     Am         D               G
        Oh, oh, what if it's true, aah, better ask the man inside?
        C   D   G               C
        Oh, oh, they seem to be true,
        G                            D         G
        One steals the love, and the other one hides.

        G            C         G
        Yeah, can we call it a loan
        C                           D            G
        that I'm paying for for the seeds I have sown?
        G            C             G
        Yeah, can we say that I've grown
        C                             D         G
        in some ways that we may have yet to be shown?

        C   D   G           C     Am       D      G
        Oh, oh, if I'd only know, aah, what your heart costs.
        C   D   G                C
        Oh, oh, can we call it a loan,
        G                          D          G
        And a debt that I owe on a bet that I lost?

            
            
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Captaincranky 40 Jun 13, 2016 02:14 AM

Good tab of a beautiful song! This is an old tune off of a great album, one of Jackson Browne's best. I'm wondering how long this tab has been up. It deserves a thank you, and that's mine.

This song, (AFAIK), has the guitar tuned dowm to Eb-eb, which makes the key F#. (Although,(obviously),the chord shapes remain the same as you've posted them.

For some extra fun with this tune, get a 2nd guitar, (and player, of course), On a standard tuned guitar, you're going to put a capo on the 6th fret, then play the finger picked part in "cowboy C", (using the 1st fret & open chords C, F, G, & Em. After applying the capo, G will be C,C becomes F, & D become G, Am becomes Em, and that's all there is to it. You can goof around with this 2nd guitar part along with the record,if you can't find another player. And thanks again for a great tab of a classic song.

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