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    Bb      C      Dm      F      G      Bmaj7      Gm

e|----------0-------1------1------3--------1-------------|
b|---3------1-------3------1------3--------3---------3---|
g|---3------0-------2------2------0--------2---------3---|
d|---3------2-------0------3------0--------3---------5---|
a|---1------3-------0------3------2--------1---------5---|
E|---x---------------------1------3--------x---------3---|

Intro

Bb C

Dm F G Bb C  x 2   

Bb C Bb C

or

e|---------------------------------------------------3-------------------|
b|---------------------------------------------------3-------------------|
g|------0-----0----------2----2----------------------0--------0------0---|
d|----0-----2----3-----0----0---0----3---2-3-2-0-----0------0------2----3|
a|--1-----3------------------------0---0-------------2----1------3-------|
E|------------------------------------------------3----------------------|


e|-------------------------------3--------------------------------------|
b|-------------------------------3--------------------------------------|
g|---2----2----------------------0--------0------0-----------0------0---|
d|-0----0---0----3---2-3-2-0-----0------0------2-----------0------2-----|
a|-------------0---0-------------2----1------3------0----1------3------0|
E|----------------------------3-----------------------------------------|



Dm                              F
Rabbit fled, best guess, toward home
                    Bbmaj7
Fox and Bear toward Yellowstone
                            
Walrus, north to the border towns
Dm                                F
Peacock swayed like a reed on the fence a while
                          Bbmaj7
(with a stalwart sense of style!)
                             
as the policemens nets came down
Dm                                    F
Word of the crash had spread fast and spread far
                               Bbmaj7
From Clarks Fork to Blackfoot Reservoir
                          Gm
more grist for the malady mill


Dm           F
Shepherd the Southwest wind,
G                           Bb        C
"railspikes ripped like the seam of a wineskin"
Dm           F
Shepherd the Northwest rain,
G                       Bb           C
"Brass Hat slept at the helm of that woeful train
Dm          F
Aint it an awful shame!
G                            Bb               C
And dont it just break your heart to hear of so much
Bb         C 
to hear of so much pain?"



Dm                              F
Casey Jones walked slow to the prison cell
                         Bbmaj7
His face held hard as a scallop shell

                                        Dm
[CONDUCTOR:] "Well, I wish I wished you well,
                               F
but your last friend on Earth now calls
                             Bbmaj7
from the silent side of the cemetery walls
                                       Dm
your great cause to the moths and the rust!"
                                                 F
[ELEPHANT (Fanning her ears with a calm in her eyes):]
                                             Bbmaj7
"Its the laws of cause and effect that you criticize
                             Gm
But sir, criticize them you must"


   [Three miles more til Flagstaff
   [Follow behind signs toward Badger Pass
   [Wound like clocks around fretboards
   [Carved out hands in our basswood 
   [body guitars - borrowed guitars (borrowed hands!)
   [Im clearly not as handsome or caring as..


e|------------------------------------------|
b|------------------------------------------|
g|------0-----0------0-------0--------------|
d|----0-----0------0-------0-------0-----0--|  x 8
a|--1-----3---------------------------------|
E|--------------3-------0-------1-----0-----|

 Gm
what you seem to want,
but Id gladly walk you home,
cause those streets can be dangerous

Dm           F
Shepherd the Southwest wind,
G                           Bb        C
"railspikes ripped like the seam of a wineskin"
Dm           F
Shepherd the Northwest rain,
G                              Bb       C
"frog switch slipped and that reckless beast is to blame
Dm          F
Aint it an awful shame!
G                            Bb               C
And dont it just break your heart to hear of so much pain?
Dm          F
Aint it an awful shame!
G                            Bb           C        Bb          C
And dont it just break your heart, dont it just break your heart..
          Bb          C
dont it break your heart?"

            
            
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