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Early Morning Rain chords

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Key is actually in Bb, but can be played in G with capo on third fret.


[Intro]

G   Bm  Am  D7     G


G                    Bm      Am         D7           G
In the early mornin' rain,       with a dollar in my hand,
                    Am     D7                      G
And an achin' in my heart, and my pocket's full of sand.
G                   Am    D7                      G
I'm a long way from home, and I miss my loved one so,
                     Bm    Am   D7               G
In the early mornin' rain,      with no place to go.


G                    Bm    Am   D7            G
Out on runway number nine,     big 707 set to go.
                        Am     D7                       G
But I'm out here on the grass, where the pavement never grows.
                        Am   D7                     G
Well the liquor tasted good, and the women all were fast.
G                    Bm   Am   D7                   G
There she goes my friend,     she's rollin' down at last.


G                       Bm    Am   D7                     G
Hear the mighty engines roar,      see the silver wing on high.
G                       Am     D7                       G
She's away and westward bound, far above the clouds she flies.
G                            Am    D7                 G
Where the mornin' rain don't fall, and the sun always shines.
G                        Bm    Am   D7                   G
She'll be flyin' o'er my home,      in about three hours time.


G                         Bm    Am   D7                      G
This old airport's got me down,      it's no earthly good to me.
G                           Am      D7                        G
Cause I'm stuck here on the ground, cold and drunk as I might be.
G                Am     D7                   G
Can't jump a jet plane, like I can a freight train.
G                    Bm    Am   D7                   G
So I'd best be on my way,       in the early mornin' rain.
G                    Am   D7                   G
So I'd best be on my way, in the early mornin' rain.

            
            
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fishnpox1 10 Jun 11, 2017 06:19 PM

Great chord selection, for my vocal range capo 5th works best

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psmoering 10 Nov 13, 2017 12:04 AM

[Intro]

G Bm Am D7 G

G Bm Am D7 G
In the early mornin' rain, with a dollar in my hand,
Am D7 G
And an achin' in my heart, and my pocket's full of sand.
G Am D7 G
I'm a long way from home, and I miss my loved one so,
Bm Am D7 G
In the early mornin' rain, with no place to go.

G Bm Am D7 G
Out on runway number nine, big 707 set to go.
Am D7 G
But I'm out here on the grass, where the pavement never grows.
Am D7 G
Well the liquor tasted good, and the women all were fast.
G Bm Am D7 G
There she goes my friend, she's rollin' down at last.

G Bm Am D7 G
Hear the mighty engines roar, see the silver wing on high.
G Am D7 G
She's away and westward bound, far above the clouds she flies.
G Am D7 G
Where the mornin' rain don't fall, and the sun always shines.
G Bm Am D7 G
She'll be flyin' o'er my home, in about three hours time.

G Bm Am D7 G
This old airport's got me down, it's no earthly good to me.
G Am D7 G
Cause I'm stuck here on the ground, cold and drunk as I might be.
G Am D7 G
Can't jump a jet plane, like I can a freight train.
G Bm Am D7 G
So I'd best be on my way, in the early mornin' rain.
G Am D7 G
So I'd best be on my way, in the early mornin' rain.
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