Homeless Guitar - 38 Special sur Guitariff.nete: Sun, 26 Apr 1998 17:38:51 +0200 Homeless Guitar - .38 Special From the album "Resolution" ============================================================= Postet from DirkH@ozet.de Suggestions and corrections are always welcome! ============================================================= Intro: Em D A Em 2x Em D A Em Well, I know how it feels to be ripped from my roots Em D A Em And tossed into a world unbending. Em D A Em Not long ago I was bitten by the truth Em D A Em Some folks spend their whole life pretending. D A Now I start each mornin' with the sunlight by my side Em D A Em Find another highway, hitch another ride D Em A And I use this six-string like an archer wields his bow C D I believe when the arrow finds its mark It pierces the soul. (Chorus) Em G Em Three songs for a quarter each time I open my case Em G Em Four chords and the voice of a good man fallen from grace Em G D Em G No pity for me mister, I'm proud to be a drifter C A A long shot from bein' a star C G Am G You know, the times ain't been easy D F Am A9 Em For me and my Homeless Guitar. Em D A Em Now I know how it feels to be judged in a glance Em D A Em Stripped of your pride and your passion. Em D A Em I only know that the rivers of the soul Em D A Em Run deeper than birthright or fashion. D A I see you look me over, feel the weight of your stare Em D A Em I'm sendin' you a message but you act like you don't care. D Em A I see a ripple, a crack in your facade C D You know, it really don't matter who you think you are We're the same under God. (Chorus) Am7 C I thank the Lord above for the gift He's given me Em G I'm richer than most men Em Got a friend in my six-string Am7 C In a world where trust ain't got no guarantee D If you ain't got a penny B Gonna sing you this song for free, yeah. Akkorde wie Chorus (Chorus) D A Oh, I use these six-strings like an archer wields his bow C D I believe when the arrow finds its mark It pierces the soul. Chorus C G Am G You know, the times ain't been easy D F Am A9 Em For me and my Homeless Guitar.