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Do Re Mi tab

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Capo 4th Fret - Key of EM

[Intro]
  E             A           B       E
e|---------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------|
D|---------------------------------------------|
G|-------2---2-0---2-0-----------0-------0h2---|
B|-----3---3-----3-----3-0-0h2-2---0h3-3-----3-|
E|-3-3-----------------------------------------|

  E                 A           B         E  B  E
e|-------------------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------------------|
G|---------0h2-0h2-0---2-0-----------0-2-0---|
B|-------3-----------3-----3-0-0h2-2-------3-|
E|-0h3-3-------------------------------------|

[Verse]
   E                   A                   B
e|---0-----0---0-----0---1-----1---1-----1---3-----3---3-----3-|
A|---1-----1---1-----1---1-----1---1-----1---0-----0---0-----0-|
D|---0-----0---0-----0---2-0h2-2---2-0h2-2---0-----0---0-----0-|
G|---2-0h2-2---2-0h2-2-3-3-----3-3-3-----3---0-----0---0-----0-|
B|-3-3-----3-3-3-----3-----------------------2-0h2-2---2-0h2-2-|
E|-----------------------------------------3-3-----3-3-3-----3-|
   Lots ...            leaving...          Beatin'...           etc...

[Verse]
E
Lots of folks back east they say,
     A
Is leaving home, every day,
B
Beatin’ the hot old dusty way
                    E
To the California line
E
Cross the desert sands they roll,
A
Gettin’ out of that ol’ dust bowl.
        B                                                       E
They think they’re goin’ to a sugar bowl, but here’s what they find:

[Chorus]
     B
Now the police at the port of entry say,        *

You’re number fourteen thousand for today.
            E
Oh, if you ain’t got the do-re-mi, folks,
                        B
If you ain’t got the do-re-mi,

Well, you better go back to beautiful Texas,
                             E
Oklahoma, Kansas, Georgia, Tennessee.
                                                         A
California is a Garden of Eden, a paradise to live in or see.
      E
But believe it or not, you won’t find it so hot
        B                  E
If you ain’t got the do-re-mi

[Verse]
If you want to buy a home or farm,
That can't deal nobody harm,
Or take your vacation
By the mountains or sea
Don’t swap your old cow for a car,
You better stay right where you are,
You better take this little tip from me.

[Outro]
* ‘Cause I look through the want ads every day,
But the headlines on the papers always say
If you ain't ...

            
            
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bjs10191 10 Apr 13, 2010 06:02 AM

That would be C-F-G in relation to the capo.
Other than that it seems alright.

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SuperCoolMan 10 Oct 16, 2010 10:24 AM

bjs10191, when you're capoed on a different fret, the chords aren't going to be the same name. They have a similar shape, of course.
Great tab, wish there were more of Woody out there...

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