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#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. #
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From RICKL1@IX.NETCOM.COM Sun May  4 11:29:45 1997
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 1997 01:43:06 GMT
From: RICKL1@IX.NETCOM.COM
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: Living Legend  Roger McGuinn    Chords/Words

Roger McGuinn    Living Legend           written by Roger McGuinn

G                             C
Everybody called him a living legend
D                                         G
But just being a legend didn't make him a living
                                       C
And every day on the job his mind went spinning
D                                                  G
Back to twenty years ago and all the shows he was giving
G                         Am
He's a living legend he's got nowhere to go
C                    D                  C          D
What he'd give to be on the road and to do another show
       G                 Am
He's a living legend  oh how he loved that life
C                   D               C           D       G
Now he works in the factory and  he just drinks beer at night
G                                        C
Some of the younger stars grew up on his music
         D                                       G
And they liked his style so much they decided to use it
                                                   C
When he heard his songs on the radio he started to lose it
    D                                       G
But when the big money came in he couldn't refuse it
G                         Am
He's a living legend he's got nowhere to go
C                    D                  C           D
What he'd give to be on the road and to do another show
       G                 Am
He's a living legend  oh how he loved that life
C                   D               C           D       G
Now he works in the factory and  he just drinks beer at night
G                                                C
One day he brought his old guitar to the factory picnic
    D                              G
And B.J. the country DJ  heard him play it
G                                                    C
And everybody was still amazed at how well he could still pick
         D                                                   G
And they booked him in the Golden Eagle before you could say it
       G                  Am
He's a living legend he's got somewhere to go
C                  D                  C           D
He's so glad to be on the road and to do another show
G                       Am
He's a living legend oh how he loves his life
C                    D             C      D     G
And now he plays his music for the people every night
Am                   D             C      D     G
And now he plays his music for the people every night

           Unreleased song performed in the mid 80's

            
            
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