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Bob Dylan's Blues

Capo second fret

Intro: G

the bass part at the beginning goes like:


Unlike most of the songs nowadays that are being written uptown in Tin Pan Alley
That's  where most of the folk songs come from nowadays
This, this is a song, this wasn't written up there
this was written somewhere down in the United States

Well, the Lone Ranger and Tonto, they're riding down the line

Fixin' everybody's troubles, everybody's 'cept mine

    G                           D           G
Someone must have told 'em that I was doin' fine 

All you five and ten cent women, with nothing in your heads
I got a real gal I'm a lovin', lord I'll love her 'til I'm dead
Go away from my door and my window too right now

Lord, I ain't goin' down to no racetrack to see no sports car run
I don't have no sports car and I don't even care to have one
I can walk anytime around the block

Well, the wind keeps a blowin' me up and down the street
With my hat in my hands and my boots on my feet
Watch out so you don't step on me

Well look at here buddy, he wanna be like me
Pull out your six shooter and rob every bank you can see
Tell the judge I said it was all right yeah


The above is solely MY INTERPRETATION of this great song, in a format aimed at learning guitarists.
No attempt has been made to copy or reproduce the artist's or publisher's sheet music for the song, 
if such exists.

It can be used for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. To play the song as it should be played, you should 
purchase the official sheetmusic for the song. You should also purchase and listen to the song to learn 
the rhythm and timing of the song - this is essential if you wish to play the song with any degree of accuracy


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