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One Too Many Mornings ukulele

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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.#
                        "One Too Many Mornings"
                              (Bob Dylan)

Jim Yester, in the liner notes to the Japanese _From The Original Master
Tapes_ CD (Warner/Pioneer WPCP-3536):

  This song got us our first major record deal.  Thanks to the three "B"s,
  Barry, Billy, and Bud (Valiant Records) who saw something in us when we
  sang this for them at an afternoon audition at the Troubador in West
  L.A.  The arrangement of the song was our first involvement with Clark
  Burroughs (of Hi-Los fame) who later did most of the vocal arranging for
  the "Insight Out" album.

Intro [2X; riff continues into verse]:

	 v     v   v   v   v     v   v   v   v
	 ^ rimshot

Verse 1:

	Down the street the dogs are barkin'
	         G                A
	And the day it's gettin' dark
	        C#m              F#m
	As the night comes in a fallin'
	     D                 E7sus4/B  E
	The dogs will lose their bark

	And the silent night will shatter
	           G               A
	From the sounds inside my mind
	        C#m          F#m
	And I'm one too many mornings
	       Bm     E7sus4/B  E     A
	And a thousand miles       behind

Verse 2:

	And from the crossroads of my doorstep
	My eyes they start to fade
	As I turn my head back to the room
	Where my love and I have laid

	And I gaze back to the street
	The sidewalk and the sign
	And I'm one too many mornings
	And a thousand miles behind

Verse 3:

	And it's a restless hungry feeling
	It don't mean no one no good
	When everything that I am saying
	You can say it just as good

	Yes, I know you're right from your side
	A Ab G
	       I'm right from mine
	We're both just too many mornings
	And a thousand miles behind


	                C#m          F#m
	We're both just     too many mor...nings
	And a thou...sand
	Bm7/E                                     [N.C.]
	  / / / /  / / / /  / / / /  / / / /  / /
	   / / / /  / / / /  / / / /  / [end cold]

-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers

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