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Artist: Warren Haynes (Written by Ray Sisk)
Song: Glory Road
Album: Live At Bonnaroo

Transcribed by: Kevin Goodsell

Notes: There are chords mixed in with the riffs that I didn't
bother to write out. It's pretty easy to figure out where they
go. Each riff is only written once, but used at least a few times
-- it should be obvious where.

There's one chord that I don't know the name of for sure. I wrote
it as C9maj7 (my best guess), and it looks like this (low to high):


Intro - start with a G chord, then:

e -----------------------------------------------------------------
B ------0---------0---------0--------------------------------------
G --------0--------------------------------------------------------
D --0h2-----2-2s4---4---0h2--------0h2p0---------------------------
A --------------------5--------------------------------------------
E ---------------------------------------3-------------------------

  G                          D
Tonight I'm gonna sleep in a good hotel

Am                    C                D
  A nice warm bath if all goes well    I've

G                         D
Been out in the badlands    twenty-one days

C                    D
  Tracking my bounty down

G D C D        G                D
        He was only a kid maybe seventeen

Am               C                 D
Traded love away   for a streak of mean

G                                      D
   Now he's tied to my saddle with his head hung low

C            D      G
  Out on the glory road

   G                                            D
e -----------------------------------------------------------------
B -----------------------------------------------------------------
G -----------------------------------------------------------------
D ---0h2---2-2-0---------------------------------------------------
A -----------------------------------0-0h2p0-----------------------
E ---------------------------------3---------3---------------------

D                      D7
  So all you down town ladies won't you

G    C        G
     Dress in style

D                           D7
  I've got some gold in my    saddle bags

    C              G
I'd trade it for a smile

D                        C
Let's have dinner on the devil tonight

G                            C    C9maj7  Am
Tomorrow there'll be hell to pay

          G                   D
Won't you come along, I'll be riding on

    C      D        G
The glory road some day

G                      D
  Two men painted on a midnight sky

Am                    C              D
   One slung low, the other riding high

  G                 D               C                    D
I wonder if anybody knows just why    I had to shoot him down

G D C D    G                  D
             And now I lay me down to rest

Am                    C               D
God bless the boy, my bullet in his chest

G                        D
  But you can't bless me  'cause I lost my soul

C            D      G
  Out on the glory road

(Repeat chorus)

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bradperoney 122 Sep 16, 2015 11:19 AM

Nice job with this. That mystery chord is a G/B. C to G/B to Am is a pretty common chord movement. You can find it in Dust in the Wind, No Woman No Cry, and many others.

You can play it as x20030 or x20033. Leaving the high E string open technically makes it a G6/B...

I'm pretty sure he plays this with a capo on the second fret nowadays - and on the Ashes & Dust version of this tune.

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rthp007 10 Jun 10, 2017 04:48 PM

excellent tab, good work, nice to see constructive comments rather than shit that just tears people down, at least you have guts enough to try

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