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Son Volt -- “Wild Side”
From the record “Honky Tonk”
Words and music by Jay Farrar

Tabs by Tim Prizer (tim_prizer@yahoo.com)

Chords used (capo on 2nd fret)
[D]: x-x-0-2-3-2
[G]: 3-2-0-0-3-3
[Asus2]: x-0-2-2-3-0
[A]: x-0-2-2-2-0

CAPO 2

You’re on the [D] wild side
You’re out [G] running free
Your lights are on [Asus2] when there’s darkness
The other side is [D] all you see

Not a worry for what [D] comes around
We’ll all be tested [G] just the same
You’re on the [A] wild side [Asus2]
That will always [D] remain

CHORUS
You’re on the [G] wild side
That’s where you’ll [D] always be [Asus2]
You’re living [G] proof that there’s grace in this [D] world
On the wild [Asus] side living free

[G] [D] [Asus2] x2

What can never be [D] taken away
You push that stone [G] up the hill
Nothing can change your [Asus2] way of living
Not tomorrow, not [D] today

Marquees don’t really [D] matter
We’ll all be tested [G] in time
I’ll look for you on the [A] wild side [Asus2]
Through smoke and [D] dim lights

REPEAT CHORUS TWICE

[G] [D] [Asus2] x2
End on [D]

            
            
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bkriner 559 Jun 25, 2013 03:42 AM

I play that Asus2 as a standard open A- the sus2 sounds a little flat to me, but either way, good tab. Kind of makes it easy for us amateurs when Jay writes an entire album using three chords :-)

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