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I Was Young When I Left Home Tabs (ver.1)

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I Was Young When I Left Home Tabs (ver.1)

Bob Dylan
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                This Is By Far My Favorite Early Dylan Song and I Do Mean Early He Was Only 17 When He
This One....You can either hear it on the No Direction Home offical Bootleg soundtrack or
some limited editions of love and theft or you tube lol its in open G soo its not for 
but there is a version for beginners im workin on till then here it is.

                 Doc


Open G tuning (DGdgbd')

G     000000
G'    000430
"D"   000210
"C"   002010


The tab is of the intro, but it's almost the same thing that he plays while singing. As
with Dylan, the actual pattern is always changing, so it would be impossible (and
to write down every single note exactly. For example, the alternation of the bass 
the G and d strings) is not always continuous, and from time to time Dylan uses the lower D
as well.


Intro:

     G'
     :   .   .   .     :   .   .   .
d------0-------0-----|---0-------0-----|
b------------------3-|-----------------|
g--3/4-----4---------|-------4-------3/|
d--------0-------0---|-----0-------0---|
G----0-------0-------|-0-------0-------|
D--------------------|-----------------|
           "D" G    "C"
   :   .   .   .     :   .   .   .     :   .   .   .
d----0-------------|---0-------0-----|---0-------0-----|
b------------------|-----------------|-------1---------|
g--4-----4\2-0-----|-------0-------0-|---------------0h|
d------0-------0-2-|-----2-------2---|-----2-------2---|
G--0-------0-------|-0-------0-------|-0-------0-------|
D------------------|-----------------|-----------------|
  "D"               "C"
   :   .   .   .     :   .   .   .
d----0-------0-----|---0-------0-----|
b------------------|-----------------|
g--2-----2---------|-------0-------2/|
d------0-------0-0-|h2---2-------0---|
G--0-------0-------|-0-------0-------|
D------------------|-----------------|
   G'     "D"  G     G
   :   .   .   .     .
d----0-------------|---0-------0-------|-0-------0-----|
b------------------|-------------------|---------------|
g-/4-----4\2-0---0-|-------0-------0---|-----0-------0-|
d------0-------0---|-----0-------0-----|---0-------0---|
G--0-------0-------|-0-------0-------0-|-------0-------|
D------------------|-------------------|---------------| etc.


    G'
I was young when I left home
             D    G    C
and I been a-rambling 'round.
      D
And I never wrote a letter to my home.
      G     G'   D  G  C
To my home, lord to my home.
      D                          G'
And I never wrote a letter to my home.

It was just the other day,
I was bringing home my pay
when I met an old friend I used to know.
Said your mother's dead and gone,
baby sister's all gone wrong
and your daddy needs you home right away.

Not a shirt on my back,
not a penny on my name.
But I can't go home thisaway.
Thisaway, lord lord lord.
And I can't go home thisaway.

If you miss the train I'm on,
count the days I'm gone.
You will hear that whistle blow a hundred miles.
Hundred miles, honey baby, lord lord lord,
and you'll hear that whistle blow a hundred miles.

I'm playing on a track,
ma would come and whoop me back
on them trussels down by old Jim McKay's.
When I pay the debt I owe
to the commissary store,
I will pawn my watch and chain and go home.
Go home, lord lord lord.
I will pawn my watch and chain and go home.

Used to tell ma sometimes
when I see them riding blind,
gonna make me a home out in the wind.
In the wind, lord in the wind.
Make me a home out in the wind.

I don't like it in the wind,
I go back home again,
but I can't go home thisaway.
Thisaway, lord lord lord,
and I can't go home thisaway.

I was young when I left home
and I been all rambling 'round.
And I never wrote a letter to my home.
To my home lord lord lord.
And I never wrote a letter to my home.


Doc
            
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