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I Shall Be Released Tabs (ver.1)

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I Shall Be Released Tabs (ver.1)

Bob Dylan
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                By Bob Dylan

A                            Bm
They say everything can be replaced
C#m        Bm              A     E7
 Yet every distance is not near
A                  Bm
So I remember every face
C#m          Bm          A       E7
 Of every man who put me here.
A                   Bm
I see my light come shining
C#m          Bm         A
 From the west unto the east.
A
 Any day now,
Bm
 Any day now,
C#m Bm       A
 I shall be released


They say every man needs protection.
They every man must fall.
Yet I swear I see my reflection,
Somewhere so high above the wall.
I see my light come shining,
Any day now,
Any day now,
I shall be released.


Well onder stands a man in this lonely crowd,
A man who swears he not to blame.
All day long I hear him cry shouting loud,
Calling out that he's been framed.
I see my light come shining,
Any day now,
Any day now,
I shall be released.

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I SHALL BE RELEASED by Bob Dylan 

C                        Dm
They say every man needs protection 
Em                      Dm     C
They say every distance is not near
C                    Dm
But I remember every face
Em       Dm             C
Of every man who put me here
 
C                   Dm
I see my light come shinin' 
Em       Dm               C
C            Dm
Any day now, any day now 
Em      Dm   C
I shall be released 

They say every man can be replaced 
They say every man must fall 
But I swear I see my reflection 
Some place so high above the wall 

Standing next to me in this lonely room 
Is a man who swears he's not to blame 
All day long I hear him shout so loud 
Callin' out that he's been framed 


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