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Judy Collins - Fifth Album - Album (1965)


1.  Pack Up Your Sorrows
2.  The Coming Of The Roads
3.  So Early, Early In The Spring
4.  Tomorrow Is A Long Time
5.  Daddy You've Been On My Mind
6.  Thirsty Boots
7.  Mr. Tambourine Man
8.  Lord Gregory
9.  In The Heat Of The Summer
10. Early Morning Rain
11. Carry It On
12. It Isn't Nice



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Track 1 - Pack Up Your Sorrows



[Intro]
C   F   C   G   C   F   C  G  C

[Verse 1]
               F
No use crying, talking to a stranger
C                         G
Naming the sorrows you've seen
C                   F
Too many sad times, too many bad times
C      G              C
Nobody knows what you mean


[Chorus]
                        F
But if somehow you could pack up your sorrows
C                    G
And give them all to me
C                    F
You would lose them, I know how to use them
C         G      C
Give them all to me


[Verse 2]
                 F
No use rambling, walking in the shadows
C                    G
Trailing a wandering star
C                  F
No one beside you, no one to hide you
C      G               C
Nobody knows where you are


[Chorus]
                        F
But if somehow you could pack up your sorrows
C                    G
And give them all to me
C                    F
You would lose them, I know how to use them
C         G      C
Give them all to me


[Verse 3]
                 F
No use gambling, running in the darkness
C                           G
Looking for a spirit that's free
C                     F
Too many wrong times, too many long times
C      G              C
Nobody knows what you see


[Chorus]
                        F
But if somehow you could pack up your sorrows
C                    G
And give them all to me
C                    F
You would lose them, I know how to use them
C         G      C
Give them all to me


[Instrumental]
C   F   C   G   C   F   C  G  C


[Verse 4]
                F
No use roaming, lying by the roadside
C                   G
Seeking a satisfied mind
C                  F
Too many highways, too many byways
C            G         C
And nobody's walking behind


[Chorus]
                        F
But if somehow you could pack up your sorrows
C                    G
And give them all to me
C                    F
You would lose them, I know how to use them
C         G      C
Give them all to me



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Track 2 - The Coming Of The Roads


CAPO: 1st Fret



[Intro]
G

[Verse 1]
             D           Em        C
Now that our mountain is growing
            D          G
With people hungry for wealth
              D            Em  A7
How come it's you that's a-going__
    C                 D         G
And I'm left alone by myself?


[Verse 2]
           D             Em        C
We used to hunt the cool caverns
            D         G
Deep in our forest of green
              D            Em  A7
Then came the road and the tavern__
    C                       D       G
And you found a new love it seems


[Chorus]
      A                D   Bm    C
Once I had you and the wildwood
          D          G
Now, it's just dusty roads
                      D            C  A
And I can't help from blaming your going
       C           D      C      G
On the coming, the coming of the roads


[Verse 3]
                 D          Em       C
Look how they've cut all to pieces
            D          G
Our ancient poplar and oak
                      D                Em  A7
And the hillsides are stained with the greases
     C                          D       G
That burned up the heavens with smoke


[Verse 4]
            D              Em        C
You used to curse the bold crewmen
                 D            G
Who stripped our earth of its ore
                              D         Em A7
Now you've changed and you've gone over to them
C                                           D      G
And you've learned to love what you hated before


[Chorus]
       A                  D   Bm    C
Once I thanked god for my treasure
         D           G
Now like rust, it corrodes
                      D            C  A
And I can't help from blaming your going
       C           D      C      G
On the coming, the coming of the roads



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Track 3 - So Early, Early In The Spring



[Intro]
A

[Verse 1]

So early, early in the spring
             G                 A
I shipped on board to serve my king

I left my dearest dear behind
A
She oft' times swore her heart was mine


[Verse 1]

My love she takes me by the hand
           G                    A
“If ever I marry, you'll be the man"

A thousand vows so long and sweet
A
Saying, "We'll be married when next we meet"


[Verse 2]

And all the time I sailed the seas
            G                 A
I could not find one moment's ease

In thinking of my dearest dear
A
And never a word from her could I hear


[Instrumental]
A     G  A


[Verse 3]

At last we sailed into Glasgow town
             G                   A
I strode the streets both up and down

Inquiring for my dearest dear
A
And never a word from her could I hear


[Verse 4]

I went straightway to her father's hall
           G               A
And loudly for my love did call

“My daughter's married, she's a rich man's wife
A
She’s wed to another, much better for life"


[Verse 5]

If the girl is married that I adore
              G               A
I'm sure I'll stay on land no more

I'll sail the sea till the day I die
A
I'll break the waves rolling mountains high



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Track 4 - Tomorrow Is A Long Time


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Intro]
G

[Verse 1]

If today was not endless highway

If tonight was not endless trail
     C      D             G
If tomorrow wasn't such a long time
     C                   D                G
Then lonesome would mean nothing to me at all


[Chorus]
        C          D                 G
Yes and only if my own true love was waiting
   C                D            G
If I could hear his heart softly pounding
C       D               G
If only he was lying by me
        C         D         G
And I'd lie in my bed once again


[Verse 2]

I can't see my reflection in the water

I can't speak the sounds that show no pain
        C        D          G
I can't hear the echo of my footsteps
        C            D               G
I can't remember the sound of my own name


[Chorus]
        C          D                 G
Yes and only if my own true love was waiting
   C                D            G
If I could hear his heart softly pounding
C       D               G
If only he was lying by me
        C         D         G
And I'd lie in my bed once again


[Verse 3]

There's beauty in the silver singing river

There's beauty in the sunrise in the sky
    C                         D                    G
But none of these and nothing else could match the beauty
     C          D                 G
That I remember in my true love's eyes


[Chorus]
        C          D                 G
Yes and only if my own true love was waiting
   C                D            G
If I could hear his heart softly pounding
C       D               G
If only he was lying by me
        C         D         G
And I'd lie in my bed once again


[Verse 4]

If today was not endless highway

If tonight was not endless trail
     C      D             G
If tomorrow wasn't such a long time
     C                   D                G
Then lonesome would mean nothing to me at all


[Chorus]
        C          D                 G
Yes and only if my own true love was waiting
   C                D            G
If I could hear his heart softly pounding
C       D               G
If only he was lying by me
        C           D         G
And I'd sleep in my bed once again



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Track 5 - Daddy You've Been On My Mind


CAPO: 3rd Fret



[Intro]
C  Dm  G  D  G    C

[Verse 1]
                                             G/B
Well, perhaps it's the colour of the sun cut flat
  Am            D
Uncovering, the crossroads I'm standing at
   C              Am         F              C
Or maybe it's the weather or something like that
D                  G     C
Daddy, you've been on my mind


[Interlude]
C  Dm  G  D  G    C


[Verse 2]
                                                        G/B
I don't mean trouble, please don't put me down or get upset
         Am          D
I am not pleading or saying, "I can't forget you"
  C               Am           F                  C
I do not walk the floor, bowed down and bent, but yet
D                  G     C
Daddy, you've been on my mind


[Interlude]
C  Dm  G  D  G    C


[Verse 3]
                                                          G/B
Even though my mind is hazy and my thoughts they might be narrow
             Am                   D
Where you've been don't bother me, or bring me down in sorrow
         C           Am                 F           C
It don't even matter to me where you're waking up tomorrow
D                  G     C
Daddy, you've been on my mind


[Interlude]
C  Dm  G  D  G    C


[Verse 4]
                                                G/B
I am not asking you to say words like "yes" or "no"
       Am                  D
Please understand me, I've got no place for you to go
         C              Am               F                C
I'm just breathing to myself, pretending not that I don't know
D                  G     C
Daddy, you've been on my mind


[Interlude]
C  Dm  G  D  G    C


[Verse 5]
                                                        G/B
When you wake up in the morning, baby, look inside your mirror
         Am                      D
You know I won't be next to you, you know I won't be near
            C          Am              F               C
I'd just be curious to know if you can see yourself as clear
   D               G              C
As someone who has had you on her mind


[Outro]
C  Dm  G  D  G    C



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Track 6 - Thirsty Boots


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Intro]
G    C  D  G    C  D

[Verse 1]
       G
You've been long and on the open road
C                           D
You’ve been sleeping in the rain
         G
From the dirty words and muddy cells
     C                       D
Your clothes are smeared and stained
        G
But the dirty words and muddy cells
     C                D
Will soon be judged insane
   G             C
So only stop and rest yourself
Am                 D
And you'll be off again


[Chorus]
     G             C
Then take off your thirsty boots
    G         C
And stay for awhile
     G                Em
Your feet are hot and weary
Am           D
From a dusty mile
    G           C
And maybe I can make you laugh
Am              D
And maybe I can try
G                    Em
Just looking for the evening
C       D               G
And the morning in your eye


[Interlude]
G    C  D  G    C  D


[Verse 2]
     G
Then tell me of the ones you saw
C                   D
As far as you could see
 G
Across the plains from field to town
C              D
Marching to be free
    G
And of the rusty prison gates
C              D
That tumble by degree
     G                  C
Like laughing children, one by one
    C         D       G
Who look like you and me


[Chorus]
      G             C
Then, take off your thirsty boots
    G         C
And stay for awhile
     G                Em
Your feet are hot and weary
Am           D
From a dusty mile
    G           C
And maybe I can make you laugh
Am              D
And maybe I can try
G                    Em
Just looking for the evening
Am      D               G
And the morning in your eye


[Interlude]
G    C  D  G    C  D


[Verse 3]
  G
I know that you’re no stranger
         C               D
Down the crooked rainbow trail
     G
From dancing cliff heads, shattered sills
C                     D
Of slandered shackled jails
    G
But the voices drift up from below
C                      D
As his walls are being scaled
    G               C
And all of this and more my friend
     C          D      G
Your song shall not be failed


[Chorus]
      G             Em
Then, take off your thirsty boots
    Am        D
And stay for awhile
     G                Em
Your feet are hot and weary
Am           D
From a dusty mile
    G           C
And maybe I can make you laugh
Am              D
And maybe I can try
G                    Em
Just looking for the evening
Am              D       G
And the morning in your eye


[Interlude]
G    C  D  G    C  D   (2x)


      G             Em
Then, take off your thirsty boots
    Am        D
And stay for awhile
     G                Em
Your feet are hot and weary
Am           D
From a dusty mile
    G           C
And maybe I can make you laugh
Am              D
And maybe I can try
G                    Em
Just looking for the evening
Am              D       G
And the morning in your eye


[Outro]
G    C  D  G    C  D   (2x)



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Track 7 - Mr. Tambourine Man


CAPO: 1st Fret



[Intro]
G  C  G  C  G  C  G  C

[Chorus]
C        D               G               C
Hey! Mr. Tambourine Man, play a song for me
        G                C                  D
I'm not sleepy and there ain't no place I'm going to
C        D               G               C
Hey! Mr. Tambourine Man, play a song for me
       G             C                 D         G
In the jingle jangle morning I'll come following you


[Verse 1]
C             D              G              C
Take me for a trip upon your magic swirling ship
       G                C
Oh, my senses have been stripped
       G                   C
And my hands can't feel to grip
       G                C
And my toes too numb to step
        G           C                D
Waiting only for my boot heels to be wandering


[Verse 2]
    C           D
I'm ready to go anywhere
    G            C
I'm ready for to fade
  G           C
Into my own parade
          G                C
Cast your dancing spell my way
  G               D
I promise I'll go under it


[Chorus]
C        D               G               C
Hey! Mr. Tambourine Man, play a song for me
        G                 C               D
I'm not sleepy and nobody cares where I'm going to
C        D               G               C
Hey! Mr. Tambourine Man, play a song for me
       G             C                 D
In the jingle jangle morning I'll come following you


[Verse 3]
C            D                G                 C
Take me disappearing down the smoke rings of my mind
            G              C
Through the foggy ruins of time
     G                   C
Down past the frightened leaves
        G                C
And the lifeless, frozen trees
         G            C
Way down to the windy beach
    G                C              D
Far from the twisted reach of crazy sorrow


[Verse 4]
        C                 D
I wanna dance beneath the diamond sky
     G               C
With one hand waving free
      G            C
Silhouetted by the sea
         G          C
With all memory and fate
       G                C
Driven deep beneath the waves
                 G            C          D
Please let me forget about today until tomorrow


[Chorus]
C        D               G               C
Hey! Mr. Tambourine Man, play a song for me
        G                 C               D
I'm not sleepy and nobody knows where I'm going to
C        D               G               C
Hey! Mr. Tambourine Man, play a song for me
       G             C                 D         G    C  G  C  G
In the jingle jangle morning I'll come following you



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Track 8 - Lord Gregory


CAPO: 5th Fret



[Verse 1]
  C                                      Bb
I am a queen's daughter, I come from Aberdeen
   C                            D          G
In search of Lord Gregory, pray god I find him
    C                                             Bb
The rain beats on my yellow head, the dew wets my skin
   C                                D               G
My wee babe's cold in my arms, Lord Gregory, let me in


[Verse 2]
     C                                          Bb
Lord Gregory, he is not here, I swear, can't be seen
     C                             D                 G
He's gone to bonny Scotland for to bring home a fair queen
   C                                         Bb
So leave now these portals and likewise this hall
         C                           D            G
For it's deep in the sea, you should find you downfall


[Verse 3]
    C                                           Bb
Oh, don't you remember, love, that night in Aberdeen
     C                             D            G
When we exchanged rings, love, and I against my will
C                                      Bb
Yours was pure silver and mine was but tin
C                       D          G
Yours cost a guinea and mine but a pin


[Verse 4]
   C                                    Bb
My curse on you, Mother, my curse being sore
  C                                D               G
I dreamed that my true love come a knocking at the door
    C                                      Bb
Lie down now, my foolish son, lie down and sleep
     C                        D              G
Twas only a servant girl lies drowned in the deep


[Verse 5]
   C                                       Bb
Go saddle my black horse, the brown or the bay
   C                              D           G
Go saddle the fastest horse in my stable this day
     C                                  Bb
I'll ride over mountains and valleys so wide
     C                             D           G
I'll find the girl that I love and ride by her side



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Track 9 - In The Heat Of The Summer


CAPO: 1st Fret



{Intro]
Am  G  Am  G  Am  G  Am  G  Am


[Verse 1]
       G           Am
In the heat of the summer
C                       E
When the pavements were burning
    Am        G        E              Am
The soul of a city was ravaged in the night
          G            Am      G  Am  G  Am
After the city sun was setting


[Verse 2]
           G            Am
Now no one knows how it started
C                    E
why the windows were shattered
    Am          G     E               Am
But deep in the dark, someone set the spark
            G         Am       G  Am  G  Am
And then it no longer mattered


[Verse 3]
         G                 Am
Down the streets they were rumbling
C                    E
All the tempers were raging
    Am         G             E            Am
Oh, where, oh, where are the white silver tongues
              G             Am        G  Am  G  Am
Who forgot to listen to the warnings?


[Verse 4]
       G           Am
On and on come the angry
C                   E
No longer following reason
    Am      G      E               Am
And all the stores were the target now
                     G             Am     G  Am  G  Am
Where just the other day they were buying


[Verse 5]
               G             Am
Drunk with the memory of the ghetto
C                          E
Drunk with the lure of the looting
       Am             G        E                  Am
And the memory of the uniforms shoving with their sticks
                 G           Am       G  Am  G  Am
Asking, "Are you looking for trouble?"


[Verse 6]
         G               Am
"No, no, no," moaned the mayor
C                    E
"It's not the way of the order
    Am          G              E         Am
"Oh stay in your homes, please leave us alone
                  G           Am       G  Am  G  Am
"We'll be glad to talk in the morning"


[Verse 7]
                G                 Am
"For shame, for shame," wrote the papers
C                      E
"Why the hurry to your hunger?
 Am               G       E              Am
"Now the rubble's resting on your broken streets
                      G          Am       G  Am  G  Am
"So you see what your rage has unravelled"


[Verse 8]
           G          Am
Barricades sadly were rising
C                   E
Bricks were heavily flying
        Am          G              E          Am
And the loudspeaker drowned like a whispering sound
                     G        Am      G  Am  G  Am
when compared to the angered emotions


[Verse 9]
             G        Am
And when the fury was over
C                               E
And the shame was replacing the anger
   Am        G          E                  Am
So wrong, so wrong, but we've been down so long
              G             Am
And we had to make somebody listen
       G           Am     G  Am  G  Am
In the heat of the summer



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Track 10 - Early Morning Rain


CAPO: 3rd Fret



{Intro]
Dm    C


[Verse 1]
                     G
In the early morning rain
       F            C
With a dollar in my hand
                     Dm
With an aching in my heart
       F               C
And my pockets full of sand
                     Dm
I'm a long ways from home
      F                 C
And I miss my loved one so
                     G
In the early morning rain
     F           C    G    F C
With no place to go


[Verse 2]
                     G
Out on runway number nine
      F        C
Big 707 set to go
                          Dm
And I'm stuck here in the grass
          F         C
Where the cold wind blows
                      Dm
Now the liquor tasted good
        F              C
And the women all were fast
                        G
Well, there she goes my friend
      F               C      G    F C
She's rolling down at last


[Verse 3]
                        G
Hear the mighty engines roar
        F              C
See the silver bird on high
                        Dm
She's away and westward bound
     F                   C
Far above the clouds she flies
                             Dm
Where the morning rain don't fall
        F          C
And the sun always shines
                         G
She'll be flying over my home
    F                C      G    F C
In about three hours time


[Verse 4]
                          G
This old airport's got me down
        F               C
It's no earthly good to me
                             Dm
'Cause I'm stuck here on the ground
            F              C
As cold and drunk as I can be
                     Dm
You can't jump a jet plane
         F             C
Like you can a freight train
                   G
So I best be on my way
             F       C
In the early morning rain


[Outro]
G    C   F  C



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Track 11 - Carry It On


CAPO: 3rd Fret



{Intro]
G

[Verse 1]

There's a man by my side walking
          D               G
There's a voice inside me talking

There's a word needs saying
         D            G
Carry it on, carry it on
         D            G
Carry it on, carry it on


[Verse 2]

They will tell their lying stories
           D                G
Send their dogs to bite our bodies

They will lock us in the prison
         D            G
Carry it on, carry it on
         D            G
Carry it on, carry it on


[Verse 3]

And all their dogs will line the boardwalk
          D                G
All their lives be soon forgotten

And all their prison walls will crumble
         D            G
Carry it on, carry it on
         D            G
Carry it on, carry it on


[Verse 4]

When you can't go on any longer
         D              G
Take the hand held by a brother

Every victory's gonna bring another
         D            G
Carry it on, carry it on
         D            G
Carry it on, carry it on


[Verse 5]

Yes, there's a man by my side walking
          D               G
There's a voice inside me talking

There's a word, a word that needs saying
         D            G
Carry it on, carry it on
         D            G
Carry it on, carry it on



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Track 12 - It Isn't Nice


CAPO: 3rd Fret



{Intro]
G  Em  Am  D  G  Em  Am  D  G

[Verse 1]
                 Em
It isn't nice to block the doorway
Am               D
It isn't nice to go to jail
G               Em
There are nicer ways to do it
Am                D
But the nice ways always fail
G              Em
It isn't nice, it isn't nice
    C                 D
You told us once, you told us twice
    C                    D
But if that is Freedom's price
         G  Em Am          D
We don't mind____, no, no, no
         G  Em Am          D   G
We don't mind____, no, no, no


[Verse 2]
                 Em
It isn't nice to carry banners
Am           D
Or to sit in on the floor
G               Em
Or to shout our cry of Freedom
Am           D
At the hotel and the store
G              Em
It isn't nice, it isn't nice
    C                 D
You told us once, you told us twice
    C                    D
But if that is Freedom's price
         G  Em Am          D
We don't mind____, no, no, no
         G  Em Am          D   G
We don't mind____, no, no, no


[Verse 3]
                 Em
We have tried negotiations
Am                D
And the three-man picket line
G                  Em
Mr. Charlie didn't see us
Am              D
And he might as well be blind
G                Em
Now our new ways aren't nice
C                 D
When we deal with men of ice
    C                    D
But if that is Freedom's price
         G  Em Am          D
We don't mind____, no, no, no
         G  Em Am          D   G
We don't mind____, no, no, no


[Verse 4]
                Em
How about those years of lynchings
Am              D
And the shot in Evers' back?
G              Em
Did you say it wasn't proper
Am             D
Did you stand upon the track?
G              Em
You were quiet just like mice
C           D
Now you say we aren't nice
    C                    D
And if that is Freedom's price
         G  Em Am          D
We don't mind____, no, no, no
         G  Em Am          D   G
We don't mind____, no, no, no


[Verse 5]
                 Em
It isn't nice to block the doorway
Am               D
It isn't nice to go to jail
G               Em
There are nicer ways to do it
Am                D
But the nice ways always fail
G              Em
It isn't nice, it isn't nice
    C                 D
But thanks for your advice
       C                    D
'Cause if that is Freedom's price
         G  Em Am          D
We don't mind____, no, no, no
         G  Em Am          D   G
We don't mind____, no, no, no

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