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Rubys Arms 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. #
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I Give You...(drumroll)

Ruby's Arms           (Tom Waits)
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       D       D        B7     Em
I will leave behind all of my clothes
  D         D      Am7   D7
I wore when I was with you
D     D         B7       Em     
All I need's my railroad boots 
D      D       Am7    D7
And my leather jacket
     D       D      B7     Em
As I say goodbye to Ruby's Arms
  D         D        Am7     D7
Although my heart is breaking
       D     D        B7           Em
I will steal away out through your blinds
    D        D       Am7     D7
For soon you will be waking
----
    D       D         E           Am
The morning light has washed your face 
    D7      D              Am7      D7sus4    D7
And everything is turning blue      now
D       D       E      Am
Hold on to your pillow case
        D7      D     Am7           D7sus4    D7
There's nothing I can do            now
-----
     D       D      B7     Em
As I say goodbye to Ruby's Arms
       D     D      Am7      D7
You'll find another soldier
      D        D      B7        Em
And I swear to God by christmas time
            D       D       Am7       D7
There'll be someone else to hold you
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    D    D         E      Am
The only thing I'm taking is 
    D7        D       Am7         D7sus4  D7
The scarf off of your clothes     line
     D     D         E        Am
I'll hurry past your chest of drawers
 D7      D      Am7              D7sus4   D7
And your broken wind             chimes
----
     D   D             B7  Em
As I say goodbye, I'll say goodbye
    Am7            D7sus4  D     D
Say goodbye     to Ruby's Arms
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|B7  Em|D  D|Am7  D7|

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       D       D            B7       Em
I will feel my way down the darkened hall
D     D      Am7      D7
Out into the morning
    D      D      B7     Em
The Hoboes at the freightyards
     D          D     Am7      D7
Have kept their fires burning
D     D           B7       Em
Jesus Christ this God damn rain
     D       D      B7   Em
Will someone put me on a train
     D     D         B7   Em
I'll never kiss your lips again
   Am7        D7sus4   D7
Or break your heart
     D       D        B7  Em
As I say goodbye I'll say goodbye
    Am7        D7sus4 D     D
Say goodbye to Ruby's Arms

|B7 Em|D D|Am7 D7|D
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from 

Johan Kristian Sveen
University of Oslo, Norway
Dept. of Mechanics

            
            
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