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Tulsa County Blues chords

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From: rickl1@IX.netcom.com (Rick L)
Subject: Tulsa County Blue    The Byrds     Chords/Lyrics
Date: Wed, 05 Nov 1997 05:56:02 GMT

The Byrds     Tulsa County Blue   written by  Pam Pollard


 E  B  A  G#m  B

 E                   B                 A             B

 My nights have been lonely since I've been in Tulsa county
      A                 B              E
And I really don't know what I'm gonna do
                    B                  A               B
I just might take a trip somewhere across the southern border
A                 B                   E
Cause I know I've gotta get away from you
        A      E               A
I don't know   just where I'll go
  E            B               A G#m B             E
I believe I'll ride it down to Mexico  down to Mexico

E                B                   A                B
Got your note in Charlston said you needed my assistance
    A                B                  E
But when I got there you didn't need me then
E              B              A                    B
I may not be a wise man but I know this life your leading
    A                        B             E
You learned your tricks from lots of other men
        A      E               A
I don't know   just where I'll go
    E          B               A G#m B              E
I believe I'll ride it down to Mexico  down to Mexico

  From the "The Ballad Of Easy Rider" LP Columbia Records 1969

            
            
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