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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This 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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: armour@gov.nt.ca (4,9203240,)
Subject: POST:Commitments tune!

Here's a real jelly of a song originally done by
Ashford and Simpson in 1967.

DESTINATION ANYWHERE  (in3/4time?)

Chords
   G9 or G9   Dm7   G7 Gm7
----3-----5----5----3---3---e
----0-----3----6----3---3---b
----0-----4----5----4---3
----0-----3----7----3---3
----0-----5----5----5---5
----1-----3----x----3---3


Said to the man at the railroad station
Dm7                    G9
I want a ticket just for one
Dm7                    G9
He said, well if you insist  where you wanna go, Miss?
F                Bb      F   Bb        F    Gm7        F

Oh       destination anywhere   east or west I  dont care
Asus A7  Dm7          G9       Dm7           G9
You see, my baby dont want me no more
F                     Bb          F
This old world aint got no back door
Bb      Am7       Gm7   Am7      G   G7


He looked at me with a funny face and said
"ARe you sure you wanna go just any place?"
I said "If you've ever loved someone the way I love that man
surely Mister Ticket Agen, you should understand

destination anywhere, .......


Bridge:

'Cause if it did, it would swing both ways
Eb                          F
and we'd go  back to happy  yesterdays 
    Gm                    Eb
when I loved him tenderly and all he needed was me
       F                      Dm            G7


As I stared through the window of the train
I thought I heard my baby call my name
But it was just the conductor saying
"Which stop would you prefer?"

Destination....

Ahhhh, nice song



            
            
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