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Somewhere Down There by Matthew Connor
From his album, Farewell Motel
Tabbed by Norman
Capo: 1 (as played live normally)


Intro:
e|----------------------|
B|----------------------|
G|----------------------|
D|-0--0-----------------|
A|------4--4-2--2-0-2-4-|
E|----------------------|
    D           F#m      Bm
The stars won't shine on me tonight
    G                  A          D
The moon it just won't help me to see
    D         F#m         Bm
I'm parked up here at the top of a hill
  G            A       D   B7
I got no place else to be
        Em         A              D      G
Down below is the train, hear her sad refrain
G              A         Bm
As she sings across the land
 G  D  E         A         D   
"I..... I don't know who I am"


    D           F#m        Bm
Somewhere down there is a little red house
  G            A          D
It silently is buried in snow
     D        F#m         Bm
And there's a man who is walking there now
G               A        D    B7
Down a street I used to know
        Em              A            D           G
And up here's just the trees in the winter white breeze
     G              A       Bm
The train is just a lady in blue
    G   D  E        A         D
Oh, I...... I don't know what do


Bm                  G
I used to know just who I was
E                 A
Back when I loved you
Bm                      G
On second thought, well, maybe not
        E                    A
Though I never, never needed to


          D             F#m         Bm
'Cause I, I've lived my life 'round who I'm not
     G                 A        D
That used to work just fine for me
    D      F#m         Bm
I'm not my mother, I'm not my father
G         A            D   B7
At least, I try not to be
         Em         A              D         G
Then one day I woke up, found that wasn't enough
G                 A             Bm
Who I'm not, that ain't worth a damn
       G   D   E      A          D
'Cause I..... I don't know who I am


Bm                  G
I used to know just who I was
E                 A
Back when I loved you
Bm                      G
On second thought, well, maybe not
E                              A
Though I never, I never needed to


D          F#m     Bm
'Cause everywhere I used to go
G             A    D
All I saw was open doors
     D     F#m    Bm
And every time I turned around
G          A       D    B7
There would be one more
         Em       A                D       G
Yes, but now it seems that they're all closing
     G            A              Bm
And every night I hear one more slam
       G   D   E       A          D
'Cause I...... I don't know who I am
    G    D    E     A          D
No, I...... I don't know who I am

            
            
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