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Get Back G C7 G F C

Jojo was a man who thought he was a loner But he knew it couldn’t last
Jojo left his home in Tucson, Arizona For some California grass

Ch{ (2X) Get back, get back Get back to where you once belonged
Get back Jojo

Sweet Loretta Martin thought she was a woman But she was another man
All the girls around her say she’s got it coming But she gets it while she can

Ch{ (2X) Get back, get back Get back to where you once belonged
Get back Loretta

Get back Loretta, your mother’s waiting for you Wearing her high-heel shoes
And her low-neck sweater Get on home Loretta

Get back, get back Get back to where you once belonged

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Get Back G C7 G F C

Jojo was a man who thought he was a loner But he knew it couldn’t last
Jojo left his home in Tucson, Arizona For some California grass

Ch{ (2X) Get back, get back Get back to where you once belonged
Get back Jojo

Sweet Loretta Martin thought she was a woman But she was another man
All the girls around her say she’s got it coming But she gets it while she can

Ch{ (2X) Get back, get back Get back to where you once belonged
Get back Loretta

Get back Loretta, your mother’s waiting for you Wearing her high-heel shoes
And her low-neck sweater Get on home Loretta

Get back, get back Get back to where you once belonged

Average Rating: 4.8 out of 5 based on 152 user reviews.

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Tangled Up In Blue G Gsus (Capo 2)

G Early one morning the F sun was shinin’ G I was layin’ in F bed.
G Wondering if she’d F changed at all C If her hair was still red.

G Her folks they said that F our lives together, G Sure was gonna be F rough.
G They never did like Mama’s F home-made dress, C Papa’s bank book wasn’t big enough.

D And I was standing on the Em side of the road, G Rain falling on my C shoes.
D Heading out for the Em old east coast,

G Lord knows I’ve C paid some dues, D Getting through,

F Tangled C up in blue G

G She was married when F we first met G Soon to be F divorced
G I helped her out of a F jam I guess C But I used a little too much force

G We drove that car as F far as we could G Abandoned it out F west
G Split up on a F sad dark night C Both agreeing it was best

D She turned around to Em look at me G As I was walking C away
D I heard her say Em over her shoulder G We’ll meet again some C day
On the D avenue

F Tangled C up in Blue G (INTRO)

G I had a job in the F great north woods G Working as a cook for a F spell
G But I never did like it F all that much C And one day the axe just fell

G So I drifted down to F New Orleans G Where I was lucky to be F employed
G Workin’ for a while on a F fishing boat C Right outside of Delacroix

D But all the while Em I was alone G The past was close C behind
D I seen a lot of Em women G But she never escaped my C mind
And I just D grew

F Tangled C up in G blue (INTRO)

G She was working in F topless place And I G stopped in for a F beer
G I just kept looking at the F side of her face In the C spotlight so clear

G And later on when the F crowd thinned out G I was just about to so the F same
G She was standing there in F back of my chair Said to me C Don’t I know your name

D I muttered something Em undernaeth my breath She G studdied the lines on my C face
D I must admit I felt a Em little uneasy When she G bent down to tie the C laces
Of my D shoe
F Tangled C up in G blue

G She lit a burner F on the stove G And offered me a F pipe
G I thought you’d never F say hello she said You C look like the silent type

G Then open up a F book of poems G And handed it to F me
G Written by an F Italian poet C From the thirteenth century

D And every one of them Em words rang true G And glowed like burning C coal
D Pourin’ off of Em every page G Like it was written in my C soul
From me to D you
F Tangled C up in G blue

G I lived with them on F Montague Street G In a basement down the F stairs
G There was music in the cafes at F night C And revolution in the air

G Then he started dealing in F slaves G And something inside of F died
G She had to sell everything F she owned C And froze up inside.

D And when the bottom Em finally feel out G I became C withdrawn
D The only thing I Em knew how to do G Was to keep on C keeping on
Like a bird that D flew
F Tangled C up in G blue

G So now I’m going on F back again G I got to get to her some F how
G All the people we F used to know They’re an C illusion to me now

G Some are F mathematicians G Some are carpenters F wives
G Don’t know how it F all got started I C don’t know what they’re doing with their lives

D But me, I’m still Em on the road G Headin’ for another C joint
D We always did Em feel the same G We just saw it from a different C point

Of D view F Tangled C up in G blue.

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Tangled Up In Blue G Gsus (Capo 2)

G Early one morning the F sun was shinin’ G I was layin’ in F bed.
G Wondering if she’d F changed at all C If her hair was still red.

G Her folks they said that F our lives together, G Sure was gonna be F rough.
G They never did like Mama’s F home-made dress, C Papa’s bank book wasn’t big enough.

D And I was standing on the Em side of the road, G Rain falling on my C shoes.
D Heading out for the Em old east coast,

G Lord knows I’ve C paid some dues, D Getting through,

F Tangled C up in blue G

G She was married when F we first met G Soon to be F divorced
G I helped her out of a F jam I guess C But I used a little too much force

G We drove that car as F far as we could G Abandoned it out F west
G Split up on a F sad dark night C Both agreeing it was best

D She turned around to Em look at me G As I was walking C away
D I heard her say Em over her shoulder G We’ll meet again some C day
On the D avenue

F Tangled C up in Blue G (INTRO)

G I had a job in the F great north woods G Working as a cook for a F spell
G But I never did like it F all that much C And one day the axe just fell

G So I drifted down to F New Orleans G Where I was lucky to be F employed
G Workin’ for a while on a F fishing boat C Right outside of Delacroix

D But all the while Em I was alone G The past was close C behind
D I seen a lot of Em women G But she never escaped my C mind
And I just D grew

F Tangled C up in G blue (INTRO)

G She was working in F topless place And I G stopped in for a F beer
G I just kept looking at the F side of her face In the C spotlight so clear

G And later on when the F crowd thinned out G I was just about to so the F same
G She was standing there in F back of my chair Said to me C Don’t I know your name

D I muttered something Em undernaeth my breath She G studdied the lines on my C face
D I must admit I felt a Em little uneasy When she G bent down to tie the C laces
Of my D shoe
F Tangled C up in G blue

G She lit a burner F on the stove G And offered me a F pipe
G I thought you’d never F say hello she said You C look like the silent type

G Then open up a F book of poems G And handed it to F me
G Written by an F Italian poet C From the thirteenth century

D And every one of them Em words rang true G And glowed like burning C coal
D Pourin’ off of Em every page G Like it was written in my C soul
From me to D you
F Tangled C up in G blue

G I lived with them on F Montague Street G In a basement down the F stairs
G There was music in the cafes at F night C And revolution in the air

G Then he started dealing in F slaves G And something inside of F died
G She had to sell everything F she owned C And froze up inside.

D And when the bottom Em finally feel out G I became C withdrawn
D The only thing I Em knew how to do G Was to keep on C keeping on
Like a bird that D flew
F Tangled C up in G blue

G So now I’m going on F back again G I got to get to her some F how
G All the people we F used to know They’re an C illusion to me now

G Some are F mathematicians G Some are carpenters F wives
G Don’t know how it F all got started I C don’t know what they’re doing with their lives

D But me, I’m still Em on the road G Headin’ for another C joint
D We always did Em feel the same G We just saw it from a different C point

Of D view F Tangled C up in G blue.

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BOYS LIGHT UP Am F G Am (Capo 2)

Am I wanna tell you ’bout my F mountain home
G Where all the ladies Am name’s are Joan

Am Where husband works back F late at night
G Hopes are up, for trousers down, with the Am hostess on a business flight

Am Taxi in a F Mercedes drive G I hope that driver’s Am comin’ out alive
Am The garden it is Dorseted, that F lady she’s so corseted
G She’s got 15 ways to Am lead that boy astray
Am Thinks he’s one and only, but that F lovely she’s so lonely
G She pumps him full of breakfast, and she Am sends him on his way

Br{ What a Am sing, song, dance What a G performance
What a F cheap tent show Oh, E no, no, no, no, no

Ch{ Then the Am boys light up Then the F boys light up
Then the G boys light up Then the Am boys light up, light up, light up

Instr{ Am F G Am

Am Silently she F opens the drawer
G Mother’s little helper is Am comin’ out for more
Am Strategically positioned, F before the midday show
That G back is arched, those lips are parched, Am repeated blow by blow

And Am later at the party, where F all the MP’s rave
‘Bout the G hummers she’s been givin’, and the Am money that they saved
To Am her it is skin lotion, F him promotion too
That G flat in Surfers’ Paradise, Am with the ocean view

Br{ What a Am sing, song, dance What a G performance
What a F cheap tent show Oh, E no, no, no, no, no

Ch{ Then the Am boys light up Then the F boys light up
Then the G boys light up Then the Am boys light up, light up, light up
8x
Instr{ Am F G Am

Chorus

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BOYS LIGHT UP Am F G Am (Capo 2)

Am I wanna tell you ’bout my F mountain home
G Where all the ladies Am name’s are Joan

Am Where husband works back F late at night
G Hopes are up, for trousers down, with the Am hostess on a business flight

Am Taxi in a F Mercedes drive G I hope that driver’s Am comin’ out alive
Am The garden it is Dorseted, that F lady she’s so corseted
G She’s got 15 ways to Am lead that boy astray
Am Thinks he’s one and only, but that F lovely she’s so lonely
G She pumps him full of breakfast, and she Am sends him on his way

Br{ What a Am sing, song, dance What a G performance
What a F cheap tent show Oh, E no, no, no, no, no

Ch{ Then the Am boys light up Then the F boys light up
Then the G boys light up Then the Am boys light up, light up, light up

Instr{ Am F G Am

Am Silently she F opens the drawer
G Mother’s little helper is Am comin’ out for more
Am Strategically positioned, F before the midday show
That G back is arched, those lips are parched, Am repeated blow by blow

And Am later at the party, where F all the MP’s rave
‘Bout the G hummers she’s been givin’, and the Am money that they saved
To Am her it is skin lotion, F him promotion too
That G flat in Surfers’ Paradise, Am with the ocean view

Br{ What a Am sing, song, dance What a G performance
What a F cheap tent show Oh, E no, no, no, no, no

Ch{ Then the Am boys light up Then the F boys light up
Then the G boys light up Then the Am boys light up, light up, light up
8x
Instr{ Am F G Am

Chorus

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Suspicious Minds

G We’re caught in a trap;C I can’t walk out
D because I love C you too much, G baby.
G Why can’t you see, C what you’re doing to me,
D when you don’t C believe a word I D say? C Bm D7

CH{ C We can’t go on G together Bm with Suspicious C Minds D
Em and we can’t Bm build our dreams C on Suspicious D Minds D7

G So, if an old friend I know, C drops by to say hello,
D would I still C see suspicion G in your eyes?
G Here we go again, C asking where I’ve been.
D You can see these C tears are real I’m D crying. C Bm D7

CH{

BR{ Em Oh, let our Bm love survive, C
I’ll dry the D tears from your eyes.
Em Let’s don’t let a Bm good thing die, C when honey,
You D know I’ve never, G lied to you; C
Mmm, G yeah, D7 yeah!

G We’re caught in a trap;C I can’t walk out
D because I love C you too much, G baby.
G Why can’t you see, C what you’re doing to me,
D when you don’t C believe a word I D say? C Bm D7

G We’re caught in a trap;C I can’t walk out
D because I love C you too much, G baby.

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Suspicious Minds

G We’re caught in a trap;C I can’t walk out
D because I love C you too much, G baby.
G Why can’t you see, C what you’re doing to me,
D when you don’t C believe a word I D say? C Bm D7

CH{ C We can’t go on G together Bm with Suspicious C Minds D
Em and we can’t Bm build our dreams C on Suspicious D Minds D7

G So, if an old friend I know, C drops by to say hello,
D would I still C see suspicion G in your eyes?
G Here we go again, C asking where I’ve been.
D You can see these C tears are real I’m D crying. C Bm D7

CH{

BR{ Em Oh, let our Bm love survive, C
I’ll dry the D tears from your eyes.
Em Let’s don’t let a Bm good thing die, C when honey,
You D know I’ve never, G lied to you; C
Mmm, G yeah, D7 yeah!

G We’re caught in a trap;C I can’t walk out
D because I love C you too much, G baby.
G Why can’t you see, C what you’re doing to me,
D when you don’t C believe a word I D say? C Bm D7

G We’re caught in a trap;C I can’t walk out
D because I love C you too much, G baby.

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Rocket Man

She packed my bags tonight, pre flight
Zero hour 9 a.m.
And I’m gonna be high, as a kite by then

I miss the earth so much, I miss my wife
It’s lonely out in space
In such a time…less place

CH{ And I think it’s gonna be a long long time
Touch down brings me ‘round here to find
I’m not the man they think I am at home oh no no no
I’m a rocket man, ….. Rocket man
Burnin’ out his fuse up here alone

Mars ain’t the kind of place to raise the kids
In fact it’s cold as Hell
And there’s no one there to raise them, if you did

And all this science I don’t understand
It’s just my job five days a week
A rocket man, Rocket man

CH{

And I think it’s gonna be a long long time….. 4 x

Average Rating: 4.6 out of 5 based on 284 user reviews.

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Rocket Man

She packed my bags tonight, pre flight
Zero hour 9 a.m.
And I’m gonna be high, as a kite by then

I miss the earth so much, I miss my wife
It’s lonely out in space
In such a time…less place

CH{ And I think it’s gonna be a long long time
Touch down brings me ‘round here to find
I’m not the man they think I am at home oh no no no
I’m a rocket man, ….. Rocket man
Burnin’ out his fuse up here alone

Mars ain’t the kind of place to raise the kids
In fact it’s cold as Hell
And there’s no one there to raise them, if you did

And all this science I don’t understand
It’s just my job five days a week
A rocket man, Rocket man

CH{

And I think it’s gonna be a long long time….. 4 x

Average Rating: 5 out of 5 based on 239 user reviews.