Subject: Tull tab submission
Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 10:17:41 +0100
From: Håkan Mattsson <hakan.mattsson@esavionics.se>
To: ravenshorn@geocities.com

Jethro Tull: "Another Harry's Bar" from "Roots to branches"
Chords from: Håkan Mattsson
Capo on 4th fret.

Am               F              G
Wet wind on the sidewalk: I'm staring at the rain.

Am                F                       G
Walking up the street, yeah, and walking down again.

G                F             G
And my feet are tired and my brain is numb.

Em                    Am             G               G F G
See that broken neon sign saying, hey, in you come.

Am                 F                  G
Got the scent of stale beer hanging, hanging round my head.

Am              F                     G
Old dog in the corner sleeping like he could be dead.

G          F             G
A book of matches and a full ashtray.

Em               Am          G
Cigarette left smoking it's life away.

          Dm                          G
Another Harry's bar -- or that's the tale they tell.

             Dm                     G
But Harry's long gone now, and the customers as well.

 C          C            F       F          F         C          G
Me and the dog and the ghost of Harry will make this world turn right.

F               G
It'll all turn right.

Am                  F                  G
God's tears on the sidewalk: it's the mother of all rain.

Am                             F                 G
But in the thick blue haze of Harry's, you will feel no pain.

G                     F                 G
And you will feel no soft hand slipping on your knee.

Em                 Am                         G
You don't have to pay for memories, they will all come free.

          Dm                          G
Another Harry's bar -- or that's the tale they tell.

             Dm                     G
But Harry's long gone now, and the customers as well.

 C          C            F       F          F         C          G
Me and the dog and the ghost of Harry will make this world turn right.

F               G        Am
It'll all turn right.

          Am                     Em           D
Now when Harry was a young man, Harry was so debonair.

    G                F                 C
He walked a bouncy step in his shiny shoes.

          Am                     Em                D
And when Harry was a young man, well, Harry could walk on air.

            Dm                   G                      F
He mixed a mean cocktail and he talked you through the late news.

F
You want to hear some great news

F
Harry's still here.

Am               F                    G
Wet wind on the sidewalk: I'm still staring at the rain.

Am                F                     G
Walking up the street, and I'm walking down again.

G                F             G
And my feet are tired and my brain is numb.

Em                    Am          G
See that broken neon sign saying, in you come.

          Dm                          G
Another Harry's bar -- or that's the tale they tell.

             Dm                     G
But Harry's long gone now, and the customers as well.

 C          C            F       F          F         C          G
Me and the dog and the ghost of Harry will make this world turn right.

F                           G
We'll make this world turn right.

                  Am  F G
Another Harry's bar.
And another Harry's bar.
And another, and another Harry's bar.

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Håkan
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