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Tom Trauberts Blues chords

version 3
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The current 5-star chord sheet isn't entirely correct. A few chords are wrong, it's not capo'd according to the piano sheet music, and some of the chords weren't in the exact place. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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Chords:

F     133211
Gm7   353333
F/A   xx3211
A#    113331
G7    3x0001
C7    x32310
C7/G  3x2310
G9    3x0201

F       Gm7    F/A    A#    A#
F/A    F/A     G7     G7   C7    C7


A#                       F/A                         Gm7         C7        F      C7/G   F/A
Wasted and wounded, it ain't what the moon did, I've got what I paid for now
  A#                    F/A                   G9                   C7
I See you tomorrow, hey Frank, can I borrow a couple of bucks from you
      F          Gm7     F/A         A#
To go waltzing Mathilda, waltzing Mathilda, 
F/A                    Gm7          C7
You'll go waltzing Mathilda with me


    A#                      F/A 
I'm an innocent victim of a blinded alley 
        Gm7                C7       F      C7/G   F/A
And I'm tired of all these soldiers here
    A#                         F/A                         G9                   C7
And no one speaks English, and everything's broken, and my Stacys are soaking wet
      F          Gm7      F/A        A#
To go waltzing Mathilda, waltzing Mathilda, 
F/A                   Gm7          C7
You'll go waltzing Mathilda with me


        A#                       F/A 
Now the dogs are barking and the taxi cab's parking
Gm7             C7     F      C7/G   F/A
A lot they can do for me
  A#                         F/A                         G9                     C7      
I begged you to stab me, you tore my shirt open, and I'm down on my knees tonight
    A#                            F/A                   G9                C7   
Old Bushmill's I staggered, you'd bury the dagger, your silhouette window light 
      F          Gm7     F/A         A#
To go waltzing Mathilda, waltzing Mathilda, 
F/A                   Gm7          C7
You'll go waltzing Mathilda with me

         A#                       F/A 
Now I've lost my Saint Christopher now that I've kissed her
Gm7               C7     F      C7/G   F/A 
And the one-armed bandit knows
        A#                         F/A 
And the maverick Chinamen, and the cold-blooded signs,
        Gm7               C7
And the girls down by the strip-tease shows, go
F           Gm7    F/A         A#
Waltzing Mathilda, waltzing Mathilda, 
F/A                   Gm7          C7
You'll go waltzing Mathilda with me

      A#                       F/A 
No, I don't want your sympathy, the fugitives say 
         Gm7                C7       F      C7/G   F/A
That the streets aren't for dreaming now
             A#                      F/A 
Manslaughter dragnets and the ghosts that sell memories, 
             Gm7                C7
They want a piece of the action anyhow
      F           Gm7    F/A         A#
To go waltzing Mathilda, waltzing Mathilda, 
F/A                   Gm7          C7
You'll go waltzing Mathilda with me

            A#                      F/A 
And you can ask any sailor, and the keys from the jailor,
        Gm7         C7         F      Gm7   F/A 
And the old men in wheelchairs know
      A#                         F/A
And Mathilda's the defendant, she killed about a hundred,
        Gm7              C7 
And she follows wherever you may go
      F           Gm7    F/A         A#
To go waltzing Mathilda, waltzing Mathilda, 
F/A                   Gm7          C7
You'll go waltzing Mathilda with me

            A#                        F/A 
And it's a battered old suitcase to a hotel someplace,
      Gm7             C7    F      Gm7   F/A  
And a wound that will never heal
         A#         F/A
No prima donna, the perfume is on  
        Gm7          C7           F         Gm7     F/A   
an old shirt that is stained with blood and whiskey
        A#                                F/A
And goodnight to the street sweepers, the night watchmen flame keepers
        Gm7         C7     F   Gm7 F/A
And goodnight to Mathilda, too

A#  A#  F/A  F/A  Gm7  C7  F

Alternatively use capo on 3:
F    =   D
Gm7  =   Em7
F/A  =   D/F#
A#   =   G
G7   =   E7
C7   =   A7
C7/G =   A7/E   = 001010
G9   =   E9     = 020102

            
            
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