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2 A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - Bob Dylan
[F] [Bb] [F] Oh, [F] where have you been, my [Bb] blue-eyed [F] son? And [F] where have you been, my darling young [C] one? I've [Bb] stumbled on the side of [C] twelve misty [F] mountains, I've [Bb] walked and I've crawled on [C] six crooked [F] highways, I've [Bb] stepped in the middle of [C] seven sad [F] forests, I've [Bb] been out in front of a [C] dozen dead [F] oceans, I've been [Bb] ten thousand miles in the [C] mouth of a [F] graveyard, And it's a [F] hard, and it's a [C] hard, it's a [F] hard, and it's a [Bb] hard, And it's a [F] hard rai-[C]-ain's a-gonna [F] fall [Bb] [F] Oh, [F] what did you see, my [Bb] blue-eyed [F] son? Oh, [F] what did you see, my darling young [C] one? I saw a [Bb] newborn babe with [C] wild wolves all a-[F]round it I saw a [Bb] highway of diamonds with [C] nobody [F] on it, I [Bb] saw a black branch with [C] blood that kept [F] drippin', I saw a [Bb] room full of men with their [C] hammers a-[F]bleedin', I [Bb] saw a white ladder all [C] covered with [F] water, I saw [Bb] ten thousand talkers whose [C] tongues were all [F] broken, I saw [Bb] guns and sharp swords in the [C] hands of young [F] children, A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - Bob Dylan Chorus

3 A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - Bob Dylan
And [F] what did you hear, my [Bb] blue-eyed [F] son? And [F] what did you hear, my darling young [C] one? I heard the [Bb] sound of a thunder, it [C] roared out a [F] warnin', Heard the [Bb] roar of a wave that could [C] drown the whole [F] world, Heard [Bb] one hundred drummers, their [C] hands were a-[F]-blazin', Heard [Bb] ten thousand whisperin' and [C] nobody [F] listenin', Heard [Bb] one person starve, I heard [C] many people [F] laughin', Heard the [Bb] song of a poet who [C] died in the [F] gutter, Heard the [Bb] sounds of a clown who [C] cried in the [F] alley, Heard the [Bb] sound of one person who [C] said he was [F] human, And it's a [F] hard, it's a [C] hard, it's a [F] hard, it's a [Bb] hard, And it's a [F] hard rai-[C]-ain's a-gonna [F] fall [Bb][F] Oh, [F] who did you meet, my [Bb] blue-eyed [F] son? [F] Who did you meet, my darling young [C] one? I [Bb] met a young child be-[C]side a dead [F] pony, I [Bb] met a white man who [C] walked a black [F] dog, I [Bb] met a woman whose [C] body was [F] burning, I [Bb] met a young girl, she [C] gave me a [F] rainbow, I [Bb] met one man who was [C] wounded in [F] love, I [Bb] met another man who was [C] wounded in hatred, Chorus

4 A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - Bob Dylan
And [F] what'll you do now, my [Bb] blue-eyed [F] son? Oh, [F] what'll you do now, my darling young [C] one? I'm a-[Bb]goin' back out 'fore the [C] rain starts a-[F]fallin', I'll [Bb] walk to the depths of the [C] deepest black [F] forest, Where the [Bb] people are many and their [C] hands are all [F] empty, Where the [Bb] pellets of poison are [C] flooding their [F] waters, Where the [Bb] home in the valley meets the [C] damp dirty [F] prison, Where the [Bb] executioner's face is [C] always well [F] hidden, Where [Bb] hunger is ugly, where [C] souls are for-[F]gotten, Where [Bb] black is the color, where [C] none is the [F] number, And I'll [Bb] tell it and think it and [C] speak it and [F] breathe it, And re-[Bb]flect from the mountain so [C] all souls can [F] see it, Then I'll [Bb] stand on the ocean un-[C]til I start [F] sinkin', But I'll [Bb] know my song well be-[C]fore I start [F] singin', And it's a [F] hard, it's a [C] hard, it's a [F] hard, it's a [Bb] hard, It’s a [F] hard rai-[C]-ain's a-gonna [F] fall [Bb] [F] ,

5 After the Goldrush Neil Young
Intro: [C] [F] [C] [F] [F] Well I [C] dreamed I saw the knights in [F] armour coming Sayin' [C] something about a [F] queen There where [C] peasants singin' and [G] drummers drummin' And the [F] archer split the [G] tree There was a [Am] fanfare blowin' [Bb] to the sun That was [F] floating on the [Bb] breeze [C] Look at Mother Nature [G] on the run In the [Bb] nineteen seven[F]ties In the [Bb] nineteen seven[F]ties [C] [F] [C] [F] [F] I was [C] lying in a burned out [F] basement With a [C] full moon in my [F] eye I was [C] hoping for [G] replacement When the [F] sun burst through the [G] sky There was a [Am] band playing [Bb] in my head And I [F] felt like getting [Bb] high I was [C] thinking about what a [G] friend had said I was [Bb] hoping it was a [F] lie I was [Bb] hoping it was a [F] lie [C] [F] [C] [F] After the Goldrush Neil Young [F] Well I [C] dreamed I saw the silver [F] spaceship flying In the [C] yellow haze of the [F] sun There were [C] children crying and [G] colours flying All a[F]round the chosen [G] one All in a [Am] dream all [Bb] in a dream The [F] loading had be[Bb]gun [C] Flying mother nature's [G] silver seed To a [F] new home in the [Bb] sun

6 Blowin’ In The Wind by Bob Dylan, 1963
[C] How many [F] roads must a [C] man walk down Before you [F] call him a [G7] man? Yes ‘n [C] how many [F] seas must a [C] white dove sail, Before she [F] sleeps in the [G7] sand? Yes n’ [C] how many [F] times must the [C] cannonballs fly, Before they’re [F] forever [G7] banned? CHORUS The [F] answer my [G7] friend is [C] blowin’ in the [F] wind The [F] answer is [G7] blowin’ in the [C] wind. [C] How many [F] times must a [C] man look up Before he can [F] see the [G7] sky? Yes ‘n [C] how many [F] ears must [C] one man have, Before he can [F] hear people [G7] cry? Yes n’ [C] how many [F] deaths will it [C] take till he knows That too many [F] people have [G7] died? . CHORUS The [F] answer my [G7] friend is [C] blowin’ in the [F] wind The [F] answer is [G7] blowin’ in the [C] wind. [C] How many [F] years can a [C] mountain exist Before it’s [F] washed to the [G7] sea? Yes ‘n [C] how many [F] years can some [C] people exist, Before they’re [F] allowed to be [G7] free? Yes n’ [C] how many [F] times can a [C] man turn his head Pretending he [F] just doesn’t [G7] see? The [F] answer is [G7] blowin’ in the [C] wind

7 CHIMES OF FREEDOM - Bob Dylan
[D] [G] [D] [A] [G] [D] [A] [D] [G] [D] (same as CHORUS) Far [D] between sundown’s [G] finish and [D] midnight’s broken [G] toll We [D] ducked inside the [G] doorway, [A] thunder [D] crashing [G] [D] As [D] majestic bells of [G] bolts, struck [D] shadows in the [G] sounds [D] Seeming to be the [G] chimes of [A] freedom [D] flashing [G] [D] [A] Flashing for the [A7] warriors, whose [D] strength is [G] not to [D] fight [G] Flashing for the refugees on the [Em] unarmed road of [A] flight And for [D] each and every [G] underdog, [D] soldier in the [G] night And we [D] gazed upon the [G] chimes of [A] freedom [D] flashing [G] [D] Even [D] though a cloud’s white [G] curtain in a [D] far off corner [G] flashed And [D] the hypnotic splattered [G] mist was [A] slowly [D] lifting [G] [D] Electric lights still [G] struck like arrows, [D]fired but for the [G] ones [D] Condemned to drift or [G] else be [A] kept from [D] drifting [A] Tolling for the [A7] searching ones, on their [D] speechless [G] seeking [D] trail, [G] For the lonesome-hearted lovers with too [Em] personal a [A] tale And for [D] each unharmful [G] gentle soul mis-[D]placed inside a [G] jail

8 CHIMES OF FREEDOM - Bob Dylan
[D] [G] [D] [A] [G] [D] [A] [D] [G] [D] (same as CHORUS) CHORUS: dee [G] dee dee dee dee [D] dee dee dee dee [A] dee dee [G] dee dee dee dee [D] dee dee dee [A] dee—[D] dum [G] [D] Star-[D]ry-eyed and [G] laughing, as I [D] recall when we were [G] caught [D] Trapped by no track of [G] hours for they [A] hanged sus-[D]pended And [D] we listened one last [G] time, and we [D] watched with one last [G] look [D] Spellbound and [G] swallowed till the [A] tolling [D] ended [A] Tolling for the [A7] aching ones whose [D] wounds can-[G]not be [D] nursed For the [G] countless confused, accused, misused, [Em] strung-out ones and [A] worse And for [D] every hung-up [G] person in the [D] whole wide uni-[G]verse And we [D] gazed upon the [G] chimes of [A] freedom [D] flashing [G] [D] Repeat CHORUS

9 COLOURS by Donovan (1965) [G] Yellow is the colour of my true love’s hair In the [C] morning when we [G] rise In the [C] morning when we [G] rise That's the [D] time, that’s the [C] time I love the [G] best [G] Blue’s the colour of the sky, aye aye In the [C] morning when we [G] rise in the [C] morning when we [G] rise That's the [D] time, that’s the [C] time I love the [G] best [G] Green’s the colour of the sparklin’ corn In the [C] morning when we [G] rise in the [C] morning when we [G] rise That's the [D] time, that’s the [C] time I love the [G] best [G] Mellow is the feelin’ that I get When I [C] see her, mm-[G]hmmm When I [C] see her, uh-[G]huh That's the [D] time, that’s the [C] time I love the [G] best [G] Freedom is a word I rarely use Without [C] thinkin’, mm-[G]hmmm Without [C] thinkin’, mm-[G]hmmm Of the [D] time, of the [C] time when I’ve been [G] loved [C] [G]

10 DON’T THINK TWICE IT’S ALL RIGHT – Bob Dylan
Well, it [C] ain't no use to [G] sit and wonder [Am] why, babe [F] It don’t matter any-[G7]how And it [C] ain't no use to [G] sit and wonder [Am] why, babe [D7] If’n you don’t know by [G7] now When that [C] rooster crows at the [C7] break of dawn [F] Look out your window and [D7] I'll be gone [C] You're the [G] reason I'm [Am] traveling [F] on [C] Don't think [G] twice, it's all [C] right An' it [C] ain't no use in [G] turnin' on your [Am] light, babe [F] That light I never [G7] knowed [D7] I'm on the dark side of the [G7] road Still I [C] wish there was somethin' you would [C7] do or say [F] To try and make me change my [D7] mind and stay [C] We never [G] did too much [Am] talkin' any-[F]way Well, it [C] ain't no use in [G] calling out my [Am] name, gal [F] Like you never done [G7] before And it [C] ain't no use in [G] calling out my [Am] name, gal [D7] I can't hear you any-[G7]more I'm a-[C]thinking and a-wondering all the [C7] way down the road [F] I once loved a woman, a [D7] child I'm told [C] I gave her my [G] heart but she [Am] wanted my [F] soul [C] Don't think [G] twice, it's all [C] right I'm [C] walking down that [G] long and lonesome [Am] road, babe [F] Where I'm bound for I can't [G7] tell But [C] goodbye’s [G] too good a [Am] word, gal [D7] So I'll just say fare thee [G7] well I [C] ain't sayin' you treated [C7] me unkind [F] You could have done better but [D7] I don't mind [C] You just kinda [G] wasted my [Am] precious [F] time

11 Four Strong Winds Neil Young
If I get [C] there before the [Dm] snow flies And if [G7] things are looking [C] good You could [C] meet me if I [Dm] sent you down the [G7] fare But by [C] then it would be [Dm] winter Not too [G7] much for you to [C] do And those [Dm] winds sure can [F] blow cold way out [G7] there 4 strong [C] winds that blow [Dm] lonely 7 [G7] seas that run [C] high All those things that don't [Dm] change come what [G7] may The [C]good times are all [Dm] gone so I'm [G7] bound for moving [C] on I'll look [Dm] for you if I'm [F] ever back this [G7] way Instrumental: [C] [Dm] [G7] [C] [C] [Dm] [G7] Still I [C] wish you'd change your [Dm] mind If I [G7] ask you one more [C] time But we've [Dm] been through that a [F] hundred times or [G7] more If the [C]good times are all [Dm] gone Then I'm [G7] bound for moving [C] on I'll look [Dm] for you if I'm [F] ever back this [G7] way X 2 Intro: [C] [Dm] [G7] [C] [C] [Dm] [G7] Think I'll [C] go out to Al[Dm]berta Weather's [G7] good there in the [C] fall I've got some friends that I could [Dm] go working [G7] for Still I [C] wish you'd change your [Dm] mind If I [G7] ask you one more [C] time But we've [Dm] been through this a [F] hundred times or [G7] more 4 strong [C] winds that blow [Dm] lonely 7 [G7] seas that run [C] high All those things that don't [Dm] change come what [G7] may If the [C]good times are all [Dm] gone Then I'm [G7] bound for moving [C] on I'll look [Dm] for you if I'm [F] ever back this [G7] way

12 HEART OF GOLD - Neil Young Intro: [Em] [Em] [D] [Em]
Everybody but baritones – you may wish to play [Cmaj7] instead of [Bm] – or just move to [G] Intro: [Em] [Em] [D] [Em] [Em] [Em] [D] [Em] [Em] [C] [D] [G] [Em] I want to [C] live, [D] I want to [G] give [Em] I've been a [C] miner for a [D] heart of [G] gold [Em] It's these ex-[C]pressions [D] I never [G] give [Em] That keep me searching for a [G] heart of gold [C] And I'm getting old [C] [Bm] [Am] [G] [Em] Keep me searching for a [G] heart of gold [C] And I'm getting old [C] [Bm] [Am] [G] [Em] I've been to [C] Hollywood, [D] I've been to [G] Redwood [Em] I crossed the [C] ocean for a [D] heart of [G] gold [Em] I've been in [C] my mind, [D] it's such a [G] fine line [Em] That keeps me searching for a [G] heart of gold [C] And I'm getting old [C] [Bm] [Am] [G] [Em] Keeps me searching for a [G] heart of gold [C] And I'm getting old [C] [Bm] [Am] [G] [Em] [C] [D] [G] [Em] [C] [D] [G] [Em] Keep me searching for a [D] heart of [Em] gold You keep me searching and I'm [D] growing [Em] old Keep me searching for a [D] heart of [Em] gold I've been a miner for a [G] heart of gold [C] [C] [C] [Bm] [Am] [G]

13 HELPLESS – Neil Young [D] [A] [G] There is a town in north Ontario With dreams, comfort, memory to spare And in my mind I still need a place to go All my changes were there Blue, blue windows behind the stars, Yellow moon on the rise, Big birds flying across the sky Throwing shadows on our eyes, leave us... Helpless, helpless, helpless Blue, blue windows behind the stars, Yellow moon on the rise, Big birds flying across the sky, Throwing shadows on our eyes, leave us... Helpless, helpless, helpless [D] [A] [G] Baby can you hear me now? The chains are locked and tied across the door Baby, sing with me somehow

14 HONEYCOMB - Bob Merrill (1957) (the Jimmie Rodgers version) [C] (Honeycomb) (Honeycomb) Well it's a [C] darn good life and it's kinda funny How the [F] Lord made the bee and the bee made the honey And the [G7] honeybee lookin' for a home And [C] they called it a honeycomb And they [C] roamed the world and they gathered all Of the [F] honeycomb up in one sweet ball And the [G7] honeycomb from a million trips Made my baby's [C] lips CHORUS: Oh, [F] Honeycomb, won't you be my baby Well [C] Honeycomb, be my own Got a [G7] hank of hair and a piece of bone They made a [C] walkin' talkin' Honeycomb Well, [F] Honeycomb, won't you be my baby Well [C] Honeycomb, be my own What a [G7] darn good life When you got a wife like [C] Honeycomb (Honeycomb) And the [C] Lord said now that I made a bee I'm gonna [F] look all around for a green, green tree [G7] Made a little tree and I guess you heard [C] What then, well, he made a little bird And they [C] waited all around till the end of Spring Gettin' [F] every note that the birdie'd sing And they [G7] put 'em all into one sweet tone For my Honey-[C]comb Repeat CHORUS And the [C] Lord said now that I made a bird I'm gonna [F] look all round for a little ol' word That [G7] sounds about sweet like "turtledove" [C] And I guess I'm gonna call it "love" And He [C] roamed the world lookin' everywhere Gettin' [F] love from here, love from there And He [G7] put it all into one little part Of my baby's [C] heart Repeat CHORUS

15 I SHALL BE RELEASED - Bob Dylan
INTRO: [D] [Em] [F#m] [G] [D] They say every-[D]thing can be re-[Em]placed [Em] [F#m] They say every [G] distance is not [D] near [D] So I re-[D]member every [Em] face [Em] [F#m] Of every [G] man who put me [D] here [D] CHORUS: [D] I see my light come [Em] shining [Em] [F#m] From the [G] west down to the [D] east [D] [D] Any day now, [Em] any day now [F#m] I [G] shall be re-[D]leased [D] They say [D] every man needs pro-[Em]tection [Em] [F#m] They say [G] every man must [D] fall [D] Yet I [D] swear I see my re-[Em]flection [Em] [F#m] Somewhere [G] so high above this [D] wall [D] REPEAT CHORUS [D] [Em] [F#m] [G] [D] Standing [D] next to me in this [Em] lonely crowd [Em] [F#m] Is a man who [G] swears he’s not to [D] blame [D] All day [D] long I hear him [Em] shout so loud [Em] [F#m] Just crying [G] out that he was [D] framed [D]

16 INTRO: HARMONICA AND UKES – FIRST VERSE
[C/Am] Well, I ride on a mail train, baby Can’t buy a thrill Well, I’ve been up all night, baby Leanin’ on the window sill Well, if I [C7] die On [F] top of the [G7] hill [STOP] And if [C/Am] I don’t make it You know my baby will [C/Am] Don’t the moon look good, mama Shinin’ through the trees? Don’t the brakeman look good, mama Flagging down the “Double E?” Don’t the sun look [C7] good Goin’ [F] down over the [G7] sea? [STOP] Don’t my [C/Am] gal look fine When she’s comin’ after me? [C/Am] Now the wintertime is coming The windows are filled with frost I went to tell everybody But I could not get across Well, I wanna be your [C7] lover, baby I don’t [F] wanna be your [G7] boss [STOP] Don’t [C/Am] say I never warned you When your train gets lost

17 IT’S ALL OVER NOW, BABY BLUE - Dylan
You [Em] must leave now, take what you need, you [D] think will last But [Em] whatever you wish to keep, you better [D] grab it fast [Em] Yonder stands your orphan with his [D] gun [Em] Crying like a fire in the [D] sun [G] Look out the [Em] saints are comin' [D] through And [Em] it's all over [D] now, [Em] it’s all over [D] now [Em] it’s all over now, Baby [D] Blue The [Em] highway is for gamblers, better [D] use your sense Take [Em] what you have gathered from [D] coincidence The [Em] empty-handed painter from your [D] streets Is [Em] drawing crazy patterns on your [D] sheets [G] This sky, too, is [Em] folding under [D] you All your [Em] seasick sailors, they are [D] rowing home All your [Em] reindeer armies, are all [D] going home The [Em] lover who just walked out your [D] door Has [Em] taken all his blankets from the [D] floor [G] The carpet, [Em] too, is moving under [D] you And [Em] it's all over [D] now, [Em] it’s all over [D] now [Em] it’s all over now, Baby [D] Blue Leave [Em] your stepping stones behind, something [D] calls for you For-[Em]get the dead you've left, they will not [D] follow you The [Em] vagabond who's rapping at your [D] door Is [Em] standing in the clothes that you once [D] wore [G] Strike another [Em] match, go start [D] anew

18 Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door (Bob Dylan)
Intro: [G] [D] [Am] Ooooooooooh [G] [D] [C] [G] Mama take this [D] badge off of [Am] me [G] I can't [D] use it any-[C]more [G] It's getting [D] dark, too dark for me to [Am] see [G] I feel I'm [D] knockin’ on heaven's [C] door [G] Knock, knock, [D] knockin' on heaven's [Am] door [G] Knock, knock, [D] knockin' on heaven's [C] door [G] Mama put my [D] guns in the [Am] ground [G] I can't [D] shoot them any-[C]more [G] That long black [D] cloud is comin' [Am] down [G] I feel I'm [D] knockin' on heaven's [C] door [G] Knock, knock, [D] knockin' on heaven's [Am] door [G] Knock, knock, [D] knockin' on heaven's [C] door Ooooooooooh [G] [D] [Am] [G] [D] [C]

19 LONG MAY YOU RUN - Neil Young
play [A/D] as [F#m] (2120) play [Dsus4] (2230) INTRO: INSTRUMENTAL VERSE [D] We've been [F#m] through some [G] things to-[D]gether [Bm] With trunks of [G] memories [A] still to come [D] We found [F#m] things to do in [G] stormy [D] weather [Bm] Long [A] may you [D] run CHORUS: [D] Long may you [F#m] run, [G] long may [D] you run [Bm] Although these [G] changes have [A] come [D] With your chrome heart [F#m] shinin', [G] in the [D] sun [G] [Bb] [D] [Dsus4] [D] Well it [D] was back in Blind [F#m] River [G] in nineteen [D] sixty two [Bm] When I last [G] saw you a-[A]live. [D] But we missed that [F#m] ship on the [G] long de-[D]cline. [Bm] Long [A] may you [D] run Repeat CHORUS [G] [Bb] [D] [Dsus4] [D] INSTRUMENTAL VERSE [D] Maybe the [F#m] Beach Boys have [G] got you [D] now [Bm] With those [G] waves singin' [A] Caroline. [D] Rollin' [F#m] down that [G] empty [D] ocean road, [Bm] Get into the [A] surf on [D] time. [G] [Bb] [D] [Dsus4] [D]

20 MAN GAVE NAMES TO ALL THE ANIMALS - Bob Dylan
CHORUS: [Em] Man gave names to all the animals In the be-[B]ginning, in the be-[Em]ginning Man gave names to all the animals In the be-[B]ginning, long time a-[Em]go [Em] He saw an animal that liked to [B] growl Big furry paws and he liked to [Em] howl Great big furry back and furry [A] hair [B] "Ah, think I'll call it a [Em] bear" Repeat CHORUS [Em] He saw an animal up on a [B] hill Chewing up so much grass until she was [Em] filled He saw milk comin' out but he didn't know [A] how [B] "Ah, think I'll call it a [Em] cow" [Em] He saw an animal that liked to [B] snort Horns on his head and they weren't too [Em] short It looked like there wasn't nothin' that he couldn't [A] pull [B] "Ah, think I'll call it a [Em] bull" Repeat CHORUS [Em] He saw an animal leavin' a muddy [B] trail Real dirty face and a curly [Em] tail He wasn't too small and he wasn't too [A] big [B] "Ah, think I'll call it a [Em] pig" [Em] Next animal that he did [B] meet Had wool on his back and hooves on his [Em] feet Eating grass on a mountainside so [A] steep [B] "Ah, think I'll call it a [Em] sheep" [Em] He saw an animal as smooth as [B] glass Slithering his way through the [Em] grass Saw him disappear by a tree near a [A] lake [B] aaah!

21 Mr. Spaceman by Jim McGuinn (1966)
[F] Woke up this morning with [G] light in my eyes And [C] then realized it was [F] still dark outside [F] It was a light coming [G] down from the sky I [C] don't know [Csus4] who [C] or [F] why [F] Must be those strangers that [G] come every night Those [C] saucer shaped lights put [F] people uptight [F] Leave blue-green footprints that [G] glow in the dark I [C] hope they get [Csus4] home [C] all [F] right CHORUS: [C] Hey, Mr. [Bb] Spaceman won't you [Gm] please take me along I [F] won't do anything wrong [C] Hey, Mr. [Bb] Spaceman won't you [Gm] please take me along for a [F] ride [F] Woke up this morning, I was [G] feeling quite weird Had [C] flies in my beard, my [F] toothpaste was smeared [F] Over my window, they'd [G] written my name Said, [C] so long, we'll [Csus4] see [C] you a-[F]gain CHORUS: [C] Hey, Mr. [Bb] Spaceman won't you [Gm] please take me along I [F] won't do anything wrong [C] Hey, Mr. [Bb] Spaceman won't you [Gm] please take me along for a [F] ride

22 Mr. Spaceman by Jim McGuinn (1966)
[F] [G] [C] [F] [F] [G] [C] [Csus4] [C] [F] CHORUS: [C] Hey, Mr. [Bb] Spaceman won't you [Gm] please take me along I [F] won't do anything wrong [C] Hey, Mr. [Bb] Spaceman won't you [Gm] please take me along for a [F] ride

23 MR. TAMBOURINE MAN - Bob Dylan (1965)
CHORUS: [G] Hey! Mr. [A] Tambourine Man, [D] play a song for [G] me I'm not [D] sleepy and there [G] is no place I'm [A] going to [A] [G] Hey! Mr. [A] Tambourine Man, [D] play a song for [G] me In the [D] jingle jangle [G] morning I'll come [A] followin' [D] you [D] Though I [G] know that evenin's [A] empire has [D] returned into [G] sand [D] Vanished from my [G] hand Left me [D] blindly here to [Em] stand but still not [A] sleeping [A] My [G] weariness [A] amazes me, I'm [D] branded on my [G] feet I [D] have no one to [G] meet And the [D] ancient empty [Em] street's too dead for [A] dreaming [A] Repeat CHORUS [G] Take me on a [A] trip upon your [D] magic swirlin' [G] ship My [D] senses have been [G] stripped, my [D] hands can't feel to [G] grip My [D] toes too numb to [G] step Wait [D] only for my [Em] boot heels to be [A] wanderin' [A] I'm [G] ready to go [A] anywhere, I'm [D] ready for to [G] fade In-[D]to my own pa-[G]rade Cast your [D] dancing spell my [G] way, I [Em] promise to go [A] under it [A]

24 MR. TAMBOURINE MAN - Bob Dylan (1965)
CHORUS:  [G] Hey! Mr. [A] Tambourine Man, [D] play a song for [G] me I'm not [D] sleepy and there [G] is no place I'm [A] going to [A] [G] Hey! Mr. [A] Tambourine Man, [D] play a song for [G] me In the [D] jingle jangle [G] morning I'll come [A] followin' [D] you [D]   Repeat CHORUS Though you [G] might hear laughin', [A] spinnin', swingin' [D] madly across the [G] sun It's not [D] aimed at any-[G]one, it's just es-[D]capin' on the [G] run And but [D] for the sky there [Em] are no fences [A] facin' [A] And [G] if you hear vague [A] traces of [D] skippin' reels of [G] rhyme To your [D] tambourine in [G] time, it's just a [D] ragged clown be-[G]hind I wouldn't [D] pay it any [G] mind  It's just a [D] shadow you're [Em] seein' that he's [A] chasing [A] Repeat CHORUS Then [G] take me disap-[A]pearin' through the [D] smoke rings of my [G] mind Down the [D] foggy ruins of [G] time, far [D] past the frozen [G] leaves The [D] haunted, frightened [G] trees, out [D] to the windy [G] beach Far [D] from the twisted [G] reach of [Em] crazy [A] sorrow [A] Yes, to [G] dance beneath the [A] diamond sky with [D] one hand waving [G] free Silhou-[D]etted by the [G] sea, circled [D] by the circus [G] sands With all [D] memory and [G] fate driven [D] deep beneath the [G] waves Let me for-[D]get about to-[Em]day until to-[A]morrow [A]

25 MY BACK PAGES - Bob Dylan 1964 (Byrds version)
[C] [Csus4] [C] [Csus4] [C] [Csus4] [C][Csus4] [C] Crimson [Am] flames tied [Em] through my ears Rollin' [F] high and [G] mighty [C] traps [C] Pounced with [Am] fire on [Em] flaming roads Using [F] ideas as my [G] maps "We'll [Am] meet on edges, [Em] soon," said I [F] Proud 'neath heated [G] brow Ah, but [C] I was so much [F] older [C] then I'm [F] younger [G] than that [C] now [Csus4] [C][Csus4] [C] Half-wracked [Am] prejudice [Em] leaped forth "Rip [F] down all [G] hate," I [C] screamed [C] Lies that [Am] life is [Em] black and white [F] Spoke from my skull, I [G] dreamed Ro-[Am]mantic flanks of [Em] musketeers Foun-[F]dationed deep, some-[G]how In a [C] soldier's [Am] stance, I [Em] aimed my hand At the [F] mongrel [G] dogs who [C] teach Fearing [C] not that I'd be-[Am]come my [Em] enemy In the [F] instant that I [G] preach My [Am] pathway led by [Em] confusion boats [F] Mutiny from stern to [G] bow Ah, but [C] I was so much [F] older [C] then I'm [F] younger [G] than that [C] now [Csus4] [C][Csus4] {INSTRUMENTAL – first 6 lines of verse} Yes, [C] my guard stood [Am] hard when [Em] abstract threats Too [F] noble [G] to ne-[C]glect De-[C]ceived me [Am] into [Em] thinking I had [F] something to pro-[G]tect [Am] Good and bad, I de-[Em]fine these terms Quite [F] clear, no doubt, some-[G]how I'm [F] younger [G] than that [C] now [Csus4] [C][Csus4] [C]

26 OLD MAN - Neil Young [Dm7] [D] [F] Old man, look at my life, I'm a lot like [D] you were [F] [C] [G] [D] [F] [C] [F] [D] Old man [F] look at my life, [C] twenty four and there's [G] so much more [D] Live alone in a [F] paradise that [C] makes me think of two [F] [D] Love lost, [F] such a cost, [C] give me things that [G] don't get lost [D] Like a coin that [C] won't get tossed, [F] rolling home to [G] you CHORUS: [D] [Am7] [Em7] [D] Old man, take a look at my life, I'm a [Am7] lot like [Em7] you [D] I need someone to love me the [Am7] whole day [Em7] through [D] Ah, one look in my eyes and you can [Am7] tell that's [Em7] true [D] [F] [C] [G] [D] [F] [C] [F] [D] Lullabies, [F] look in your eyes, [C] run around the [G] same old town [D] Doesn't mean that [F] much to me to [C] mean that much to you [F] [D] I've been [F] first and last, [C] look at how the [G] time goes past [D] But I'm all [C] alone at last, [F] rolling home to [G] you Repeat CHORUS [Dm7] [D] [F] Old man, look at my life, I'm a lot like [D] you were [F] Old man, look at my life, I'm a lot like [D] you were [F] [C][G] finish on [D]

27 ONE MORE CUP OF COFFEE – Bob Dylan
{[Am][Am][G][G][F][F][E][E] X 2} [Am][Am][G][E] Your [Am] breath is sweet Your eyes are like two [G] jewels in the sky [F] Your back is straight, your hair is smooth On the [E] pillow where you lie [Am] But I don't sense affection [G] No gratitude or love [F] Your loyalty is not to me But [E] to the stars above [F] One more cup of coffee for the [E] road, [F] One more cup of coffee 'fore I [E] go (Stop) To the valley be-[Am]low [Am][G][G][F][F][E][E] Your [Am] daddy he's an outlaw And a [G] wanderer by trade [F] He'll teach you how to pick and choose And [E] how to throw the blade [Am] He oversees his kingdom So no [G] stranger does intrude [F] His voice it trembles as he calls out For a-[E]nother plate of food [F] One more cup of coffee for the [E] road, [F] One more cup of coffee 'fore I [E] go (Stop) To the valley be-[Am]low [Am][G][G][F][F][E][E] Your [Am] sister sees the future Like your [G] mama and yourself [F] You've never learned to read or write There's [E] no books upon your shelf And your [Am] pleasure knows no limits Your [G] voice is like a meadowlark But your [F] heart is like an ocean My-[E]sterious and dark [Am][Am][G][G][F][F][E][E][Am] OR

28 POCAHONTAS – Neil Young Au-[D]rora Borealis The icy sky at night
Au-[D]rora Borealis The icy sky at night [Em] Paddles cut the water In a [D] long and hurried flight From the [A] white man [C] to the [G] fields of [D] green And the [A] homeland [C] we've [G] never [D] seen They [D] killed us in our teepees And they cut our women down They [Em] might have left some babies [D] Cryin' on the ground But the [A] firesticks [C] and the [G] wagons [D] come And the [A] night falls [C] on the [G] settin' [D] sun They [D] massacred the buffalo Kitty corner from the bank The [Em] taxis run across my feet And my [D] eyes have turned to blanks In my [A] little box [C] at the [G] top of the [D] stairs With my [A] indian rug [C] and a [G] pipe to [D] share I [D] wish I was a trapper I would give a thousand pelts To [Em] sleep with Pocahontas and [D] find out how she felt In the [A] mornin' [C] on the [G] fields of [D] green In the [A] homeland [C] we've [G] never [D] seen And [D] maybe Marlon Brando Will be there by the fire We'll [Em] sit and talk of Hollywood And the [D] good things there for hire And the [A] Astrodome [C] and the [G] first tee-[D]pee Marlon [A] Brando, [C] Poca-[G]hontas and [D] me [A] Pocahontas [C][G][D]

29 POSITIVELY 4TH STREET – Bob Dylan
Intro: [G] [Am] [C] [G] [G] You got a [Am] lotta nerve to [C] say you are my [G] friend When [G] I was [D] down [C] you just [Em] stood there [D] grinning [Dsus4] [D] [G] You got a [Am] lotta nerve to [C] say you got a helping hand to [G] lend [G] You just [D] want to [C] be on the [Em] side that's [D] winning [Dsus4] [D] [G] You say I [Am] let you down you [C] know it's not like [G] that If [G] you're so [D] hurt [C] why then [Em] don't you [D] show it [Dsus4] [D] [G] You say you [Am] lost your faith but [C] that's not where it's [G] at You [G] had no [D] faith to [C] lose [Em] and you [D] know it [Dsus4] [D] [G] I know the [Am] reason that you [C] talk behind my [G] back I [G] used to [D] be a-[C]mong the [Em] crowd you're [D] in with [Dsus4] [D] [G] Do you take me for [Am] such a fool to [C] think I'd make con-[G]tact With the [G]one who tries to [D] hide what he [Em] don't know to [D] begin with [Dsus4] [D]

30 POSITIVELY 4TH STREET – Bob Dylan
Intro: [G] [Am] [C] [G] [G] You see me [Am] on the street you [C] always act [G] surprised You [G] say "How are [D] you? Good [C] luck" but [Em] you don't [D] mean it [Dsus4] [D] [G] When you know as [Am] well as me you'd [C] rather see me [G] paralyzed [G] Why don't [D] you just [C] come out [Em] once and [D] scream it [Dsus4] [D] [G] No, I do not feel that [Am] good when I [C] see the heartbreaks you em-[G]brace If [G] I was a [D] master [C] thief per-[Em]haps I'd [D] rob them [Dsus4] [D] [G] And now I know you're dis-[Am]satisfied with your [C] position and your [G] place [G] Don't you [D] under-[C]stand it's [Em] not my [D] problem [Dsus4] [D] [G] I wish that for [Am] just one time you could [C] stand inside my [G] shoes And [G] just for [D] that one [C] moment [Em] I could [D] be you [Dsus4] [D] [G] Yes, I wish that for [Am] just one time you could [C] stand inside my [G] shoes [G] You'd know [D] what a [C] drag it [Em] is to [D] see you [Dsus4] [D] [G] [Am] [C] [G]

31 SUGAR MOUNTAIN - Neil Young
CHORUS: [G] Oh, to live on [Fadd9] Sugar Mountain [G] With the barkers and the [Fadd9] colored balloons, [G] You can't be twenty [Fadd9] on Sugar Mountain [Dm] Tho' you're thinkin' that you're leavin' there too [G] soon, [Dm] You're leavin' there too [G] soon. It's so [G] noisy at the [Fadd9] fair But all your friends are [G] there And the candy floss you [Fadd9] had And your mother and your [G] dad. [Csus4] [C] [G] Repeat Chorus There's a [G] girl just down the [Fadd9] aisle, Oh, to turn and see her [G] smile. You can hear the words she [Fadd9] wrote As you read the hidden [G] note. [Csus4] [C] [G] Repeat CHORUS Now you're [G] underneath the [Fadd9] stairs And you're givin' back some [G] glares To the people who you [Fadd9] met And it's your first [G] cigarette. Now you [G] say you're leavin' [Fadd9] home 'Cause you want to be [G] alone. Ain't it funny how you [Fadd9] feel When you're findin' out it's [G] real?

32 The Times They Are A’Changin’
Come [G] gather 'round [Em] people wher-[C]ever you [G] roam [G] And ad-[G]mit that the [Am] waters a-[C]round you have [D] grown And ac-[G]cept it that [Em] soon you'll be [C] drenched to the [G] bone [G] If your [G] time to [Am] you is worth [D] savin' [D] Then you [D] better start [D7] swimmin' or you'll [Gmaj7] sink like a [D] stone, For the [G] times, [C] they are a-[D]chang-[G]in'[G] [G] [G] Come [G] writers and [Em] critics who prophe-[C]size with your [G] pen [G] And [G] keep your eyes [Am] wide the chance [C] won’t come a-[D]gain And [G] don’t speak too [Em] soon for the [C] wheel’s still in [G] spin [G] And there’s [G] no tellin’ [Am] who that it’s [D] namin’ [D] For the [D] loser [D7] now will be [Gmaj7] later to [D] win Come [G] senators, [Em] congressmen, [C] please heed the [G] call [G] Don’t [G] stand in the [Am] doorway, don’t [C] block up the [D] hall For [G] he that gets [Em] hurt will be [C] he who has [G] stalled [G] The [G] battle [Am] outside [D] ragin’ [D] Will [D] soon shake your [D7] windows and [Gmaj7] vibrate your [D] walls

33 The Times They Are A’Changin’
Come [G] mothers and [Em] fathers [C] throughout the [G] land [G] And [G] don’t criti-[Am]cize what you [C] can’t under-[D]stand Your [G] sons and your [Em] daughters are be-[C]yond your com-[G]mand [G] Your [G] old road is [Am] rapidly [D] agin’ [D] Please [D] get out of the [D7] new one if you [Gmaj7] can’t lend your [D] hand For the [G] times, [C] they are a-[D]chang-[G]in'[G] [G] [G] The [G] line it is [Em] drawn and the [C] curse it is [G] cast [G] The [G] slow one [Am] now will [C] later be [D] fast As the [G] present [Em] now will [C] later be [G] past [G] The [G] order is [Am] rapidly [D] fadin’ [D] And the [D] first one [D7] now will [Gmaj7] later be [D] last For the [G] times, [C] they are a-[D]chang-[G]in'[G]

34 Wagon Wheel Old Crow Medicine Show/Bob Dylan
Intro: 1ST VERSE 2x - INSTRUMENTAL [C] Headed down south to the [G] land of the pines And I'm [Am] thumbin' my way into [F] North Caroline [C] Starin' up the road And [G] pray to God I see [F] headlights [F] I [C] made it down the coast in [G] seventeen hours [Am] Pickin' me a bouquet of [F] dogwood flowers And I'm a [C] hopin' for Raleigh I can [G] see my baby to-[F]night [F] CHORUS: So [C] rock me mama like a [G] wagon wheel [Am] Rock me mama any [F] way you feel [C] Hey, [G] mama [F] rock me [F] [C] Rock me mama like the [G] wind and the rain [Am] Rock me mama like a [F] south-bound train [C] Hey, [G] mama [F] rock me [F] then solo - fiddle over 1/2 chorus [C] Runnin' from the cold [G] up in New England I was [Am] born to be a fiddler in an [F] old-time stringband My [C] baby plays the guitar [G] I pick a banjo [F] now [F] Oh, the [C] North country winters keep a [G] gettin' me now Lost my [Am] money playin' poker so I [F] had to up and leave But I [C] ain't a turnin' back To [G] livin' that old life no [F] more [F] REPEAT CHORUS then solo - fiddle over FULL chorus CHORD ONLY ON FIRST BEAT FOR THIS VERSE [C] Walkin' to the south [G] out of Roanoke I caught a [Am] trucker out of Philly Had a [F] nice long toke But [C] he's a headed west from the [G] Cumberland Gap To [F] Johnson City, [F] Tennessee And I [C] gotta get a move on [G] fit for the sun I hear my [Am] baby callin' my name And I [F] know that she's the only one And [C] if I die in Raleigh At [G] least I will die [F] free [F] REPEAT CHORUS ending on a [C]

35 WAY OVER YONDER IN A MINOR KEY
I [A] lived in a place called Olfus-[D]kee [D] And I had a little girl in a holler [A] tree [A] I said, little girl, it's plain to [D] see [D] There ain't nobody that can sing like [A] me [Bm] Ain't nobody that can sing like [F#m] me [F#m] She [A] said it’s hard for me to [D] see [D] How one little boy got so ug-[A]ly [A] Yes, my little girly that might [D] be [D] But there ain't nobody that can sing like [A] me Chorus [D] Way over yonder in the minor [A] key [A] [Bm] Way over yonder in the minor [A] key [A] [Bm] There ain't nobody that can sing like [F#m] me [F#m] We [A] walked on down by the buckeye [D] creek [D] To see the frog eat the goggle eyed [A] bee [A] To hear that west wind whistle to the [D] east [D] There ain't nobody that can sing like [A] me [Bm] Ain't nobody that can sing like [F#m] me [F#m] [A] Oh my little girly will you let me [D] see [D] Way over yonder where the wind blows [A] free [A] Nobody can see in our holler [D] tree [D] And there ain't nobody that can sing like [A] me Repeat Chorus Her [A] mama cut a switch from a cherry [D] tree [D] And laid it on the she and [A] me [A] It stung much worse than the hive of [D] bees [D] But there ain't nobody that can sing like [A] me Now [A] I have walked a long long [D] ways [D] But I still look back to my tanglewood [A] days [A] I've led lots of girls since then to [D] stray [D] Saying, ain't nobody that can sing like [A] me Repeat Chorus – ENDING ON [A]

36 You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere Bob Dylan (G)
[G] Clouds so swift [Am] rain won't lift [C] Gate won't close [G] railings froze [G] Get your mind off [Am] wintertime [C] You ain't goin' no[G]where Chorus: [G] Whoo-ee [Am] ride me high [C] Tomorrow's the day my [G] bride's gonna come [G] Oh oh are [Am] we gonna fly [C] down in the easy [G] chair [G] I don't care how many [Am] letters they sent [C] Morning came and [G] morning went [G] Pick up your money and [Am] pack up your tent Chorus [G] Buy me a flute and a [Am] gun that shoots [C] Tail gates and [G] substitutes [G] Strap yourself to the [Am] tree with roots [C] You ain't goin' no[G]where [G] Genghis Khan he [Am] could not keep [C] All his kings su[G]pplied with sleep [G] We'll climb that hill no [Am] matter how steep [C] When we get up to [G] it


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