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#-----------------------------PLEASE NOTE-------------------------------------#
#This OLGA file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation  #
#of the song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or   #
#research. Remember to view this file in Courier, or other monospaced font.   #
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#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Subject: b/browne_jackson/for_everyman.crd
Date: Wed, 28 May 1997 14:24:57 -0400 (EDT)
From: Michael Smith 

for everyman (jackson browne: everyman)

this version is from the VH1 special. lyrics are different but not
to different. i have not heard to albumn version nly this version.

note: capital letters are CHORDS & lower case letters are NOTES
      tunnig for this version is standard, but to Db not to E for
      the lo E string.

           ----       ----|
intro:   E ----  C#m  ----|  (repeat several times)
           ----       ----|
           ----       ----|
           6---       4-6-|
           -7-4       ----|

riff 1: ------------|
        ------------|
        ------4-----|  (2>4 is a slide from 2nd fret to 4th)
        -----4-6-4--|  (notes are: b-c# d# f# b g# f#  d#)
        2>4-6-----6-|
        ------------|


intro: E d# b g# C#m c# d# (played several times)

E    E/Db    C#m        c#    d# E                E/Db
 everybody i talk to is ready to leave   with the light of the
C#m       c# d#       E        E/Db        C#m
 morning  that they've seen the end coming down long enough
 c# d# E              E/Db              C#m
 to be_lieve that they heard their last warning
 c#  d#   e B                 C#m
 standing a_lone each has his own__
 Fm                    F#    f# g# a B  B/Db  B
 ticket for the in his hand
     E                    B                       C#m
 and as the evening decends   i sit thinking about everyman

c# d# E d# b g# C#m c# d#
 E               E/Db        C#m         c#   d#    E       E/Db
 seems like i've always been looking for some other place to get
          C#m c# d#  E     E/Db       C#m
 it together         with a few of my friends i could
 c#     d#   E             E/D#           C#m
 give up the race and maybe find something better
     c#  d# e    B                       C#m        Fm
 but all my fine dreams well thought out schemes to gain
     F#        B B/D# B      A                   B
 the motherland          have all eventually come down
                C#m     c# d# E  B
 to waiting for everyman         waiting here for everyman
E                B          A
 make it on your own if you think you can
B                              E   B       A
 if you see somehere to go   i understand
B                                 E    B       A
 waiting here for everyman   don't ask if he'll show
B
 i don't know

E d# b g# C#m c# d# (4x) a B C#m Fm F# f# g# a B B/D# B

E                    B      A            B
 make it on your own if you think you can
E                                  F#
 somewhere later on you'll have to take a stand
     A                            (riff 1)
 then you're going to need a hand
E    E/D#        C#m              c#   d#  E
 everybody's just waiting to hear from the one who can
 E/D#            C#m  c# d#  E            E/D#         C#m
 give them the answers       and lead them back to that place
               c# d#  E         E/D#            C#m
 in the warmth of the sun where childhood still dances
 c#     d#   e B                  C#m              Fm
 who'll come a_long   and hold out that strong and gentle
 F#            B B/D# B  E                B
 father's hand           long ago i heard someone say something
       C#m      c# d#  E  B
 about everyman            waiting here for everyman
E                B          A
 make it on your own if you think you can
B                                E  B      A
 if you see somewhere to go    i understand
E                                    B        A     B
 i'm not trying to tell that you i've seen the plan
E                         F#          f# g# A
 turn and walk away if you think i am
                   B                       C#m
 but don't think to badly of one who's left holding
         c# d# E  A                 B
 the sand         he's just another deamer
                C#m      c# d# E d# b g# C#m c# d#
 dreaming about everyman

E d# b g# C#m c# d#  (repeat a few times til end)

            
            
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strat16 73 Oct 31, 2005 05:21 AM

Nah, try drop D tuning

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