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Through These Reins and Gone; Lyrics/Tabs
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1. Trailer Song
F C F C F

(F) I swear I'm going someplace
Can't you see the ( C ) billboard in my (F) eyes?
(F) I swear I'm going someplace
Gonna leave this ( C ) trailer (F) behind

A# C F

A# C F

I swear I'm going someplace
Never mind the tremble on my lips
My love was white as cocaine
When they found her underneath the river bridge

A# C F

A# C F

I swear I'm going someplace
Can't you hear her calling from on high?
My body, it's a narrow runway
Gonna leave this body behind

A# C F

A# C F

F C A#

F C A#

And so on…

2. Ballad of Lou the Welterweight
For the little riff thing, just strum semi-specifically at the A, D, G strings in the
G chord and the D, G, B strings of the C. Hitting the strings surrounding each
“main” note is okay, and results in the fullish sound heard on the record.
Here's a tab of it, sort of

G------------------------4-|
D---------------------5----|(5)
A------------------5-(5)---|
E-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-(3)------|

and

B--------5-|
G-----5----|(5)
D--5-(5)---|
A-(3)------|

For the rest of the fingering, it's mostly just playing around. There's never any fancy
deviating from the chords

Intro:
G (barre) C (barre)
Am Em
G

Verse:
C G
I put this shovel down
Am Em
Hire me on better ground
I can’t afford no gas
I walk to work on the overpass

My teenage daughter’s knocked up
Oh, Janey, this time, you really fucked up
You ought to be in the hospital,
But I can’t afford to go the bill

Chorus:
Am Em
Hey hey, revolver
G F C
Don’t lead me on
Am Em G F C
Your shiny barrel’s long and narrow
Am Em
Hey hey, revolver
G

I put this shovel down,
I walk the line into Hudson town
The blue Burger King billboard signs
Remind me of her mother’s eyes

She ran off to be a movie star
I hope she found what she was looking for
I promised Janey we’d see L.A.
If I ever made some cash some day

Chorus
G a few times
End on C

3. Hey Hey Revolver
For the little riff thing, just strum semi-specifically at the A, D, G strings in the
G chord and the D, G, B strings of the C. Hitting the strings surrounding each
“main” note is okay, and results in the fullish sound heard on the record.
Here's a tab of it, sort of

G------------------------4-|
D---------------------5----|(5)
A------------------5-(5)---|
E-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-(3)------|

and

B--------5-|
G-----5----|(5)
D--5-(5)---|
A-(3)------|

For the rest of the fingering, it's mostly just playing around. There's never any fancy
deviating from the chords

Intro:
G (barre) C (barre)
Am Em
G

Verse:
C G
I put this shovel down
Am Em
Hire me on better ground
I can’t afford no gas
I walk to work on the overpass

My teenage daughter’s knocked up
Oh, Janey, this time, you really fucked up
You ought to be in the hospital,
But I can’t afford to go the bill

Chorus:
Am Em
Hey hey, revolver
G F C
Don’t lead me on
Am Em G F C
Your shiny barrel’s long and narrow
Am Em
Hey hey, revolver
G

I put this shovel down,
I walk the line into Hudson town
The blue Burger King billboard signs
Remind me of her mother’s eyes

She ran off to be a movie star
I hope she found what she was looking for
I promised Janey we’d see L.A.
If I ever made some cash some day

Chorus
G a few times
End on C


4. Your Belly in My Arms

5. Got What I Need


D Drink some colored drink
fall in love and run
lost my G shoes I think
so my D runnings done
y'say the A world I see
will get the G best of me
but I Bm got A what I G need

Had a girl one time
but she upped and left me
sometimes I wonder why
guess she didn't like me
y'say the world of love
will get the best of us
but I got what I need


Against an old oak tree
A river by my side
Ain't got no money
Sleep in my car at night
but I don't mind
no it don't bother me
cause I got what I need

6. Soldiers Song
7. Valentines Song
8. Roll On Arte

Capo on 5th fret for the version off Arizona and Through the Reins

Chords are the same for each verse and chorus...

Oh the turbines pound, your plane touches down, the captain catches your eye.
Dm C G F G F
And all the city crows perched high in rows on wires watch you walk by.
Dm C G F G F
Your mouth has changed, your room's rearranged, someone's been sleeping inside.
Dm C G F G F
And the curtain's closed on all your windows, to block out the fried chicken sign.
Dm C G F G F


Roll on, Arte roll on. Your heart's too good for this town.
C G F G F
Your eyes cast through the glass at my so sorry mannequin frown.
C G F G F


The porter sings as he begins to clean up the mess that we've made.
The Christmas trees are cast on the street and garbage trucks block Hooper Lane.
My head's in pain but I can't complain cause my sweetheart waits down the line
and in a while we'll be in a house by the sea, even if just in my mind.


Roll on, Arte roll on. Your heart's too good for this town.
Your eyes cast through the glass at my starry American frown.
My mouth ain't fed, my lips ain't cherry red and my grin might show my bad teeth.
And all the people I pass, they give me a glance, as if I'm some low class thief.

But to you I'm fine, and I'm in your mind even if I'm not around.
And my arms are strong and that's where you belong, given the love that we've found.
Roll on, Arte roll on. Your heart's too good for this town.
Your eyes cast through the glass at your so sorry Marilyn frown.

9. Christmas Song
Quick and dirty - sounds like the top E string is missing or not played but I didn't look at any Youtube footage to double check

Well a D cold wind did come up
A and blew my hat off
G I could not catch up
I A guess I'm just a sad dove.

D Oh oh I'm A starting to find
that Bm I was not made for these G ti-i-i-A-imes. Repeat

So it made it's way westward
and fell in some river
I saw me a horse there
he looked familiar when
he started running
like a straight away demon
I used to run like that
you should've seen me, and

Oh oh I'm starting to find
I was not made for these times.

a girl's drowning in the water
so I pulled her to shore
I breathed her breath back, she's sayin'
I seen you before?
I said you might've seen me
chasing my hat
if'n you see it
you can have it

Oh oh I'm starting to find
I was not made for these time


10. Mercy

11. Song to Die To


capo on 6

G Dyin' I don't mind
C just so long as i could find
a G decent song for me to D die to

G blindfold and a cigarette
and C I won't have no regret
G just give me a song
D song to G die to

walking ain't that bad
if only i had
a place that i would want to walk to

talking it could be done
if i could find anyone
that i would ever want to talk to

C O I'm D ready to G die
C just D play me that G song
C and I'll D go
to that G sweet Bm by and C by
C O I'm D ready to move G along

12. Going Going Gone
Capo 4th fret

C There's a home up F in the sky
C I'm gonna climb to it F by and by C
I'm gonna walk these F yellow lines C
Till they turn to Am golden vines F

I'm going, G going, F gone x2 C

I remember your F eyes were soft C
In the doorway as you F saw me off C
You said we're young and F I'll admit C
But we ain't that Am innocent F

I'm going, G going, F gone x2 C

Black cloud falling F on a field C
Throwing rain on F my windshield C
But it don't matter cause I F left behind C
The type of vision that Am rain can blind F

I'm going, Ggoing, F gone x4 C

Can't keep no F steady job C
With an unsteady F mind, my God C
So I'm gonna walk these F yellow lines C
Till they turn to Am golden vines C



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