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Bells and Whistles - Wrinkle Neck Mules
Track 1 - The Wicks Have Met (2007)
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Standard tuning; capo 1st fret
 
During the chorus, at the end of the 1st and 3rd lines,
the D chord is followed by a little fill that can be emulated by: 
D D Dsus2 D Dsus4 D Dsus2 D.  

I've left this out for the sake of clarity - just playing the D sounds ok, too. 

[Intro]
A
C G A

[Verse]
A
Best take the cards out and lay them flat out 
      C              G                    A
Well, even if that’s not what you want to do 
A
I would not stray far from the bed you made 
         C                       G               A
'cause I imagine you’re going to lie in that one too 

[Chorus]
    D               
I’m alone out here 
          A
Well, I’m alone out here 
    D               
I’m alone out here 
          A
Well, I’m alone out here 

[Verse]
A
Two ponds staring up like eyes of the earth 
      C           G               A
Well, trickery is not necessarily sin 
      A
Well, August will drain them and April fills them up 
          C                 G            A
Well, the fish out here are jumping once again 

[Chorus]
    D               
I’m alone out here 
          A
Well, I’m alone out here 
    D               
I’m alone out here 
          A
Well, I’m alone out here 
F                                G
Listen to the bells and whistles ring
F                             G                 A
Listen to the hawks and doves while they gently sing 
F                                G
Listen to the bells and whistles ring
F                             G                 A     
Listen to the hawks and doves while they gently sing
A
C G A

[Solo]
A
C G
A
C G
A

[Verse]
A
One from the left and one from the right 
    C             G                A
And then I take a flurry with both hands 
A
I will not falter, I will not go down 
       C        G                 A
On the hillside where the violets grow 
C            G                   A
Inside of me where the violence grows 
C                   G                 A
Lord, almighty where does the timing go?

[Chorus]
    D               
I’m alone out here 
          A
Well, I’m alone out here 
    D               
I’m alone out here 
          A
Well, I’m alone out here 
F                                G
Listen to the bells and whistles ring
F                             G                 A
Listen to the hawks and doves while they gently sing 
F                                G
Listen to the bells and whistles ring
F                                G
Listen to the bells and whistles ring
F                             G                 A
Listen to the hawks and doves while they gently sing
A
C G A

            
            
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