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Notorious Tabs (ver.1)

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Notorious Tabs (ver.1)

Confederate Railroad
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                **************** NOTORIOUS *****************

Written and performed by Confederate Railroad.


Capo on the 1st fret.

Verse 1:
         E
	Riding North on Interstate 75
	
	With a nervous fading beauty sitting by his side
          A                            E
	And a pistol that he used to pave the way
                                            B7 
	Down the long black stretches of a dark highway


Verse 2:
         E  
	Ray bought his future with a pound of lead
	
	When he robbed a liquor store and left the clerk for dead
          A                                 E 
	That kid should have put the money in the sack
                                              B7 
	But he didn't and now there ain't no turning back


Chorus 1:
                A                     E  
	He's a desperate rider, he's a Jesse James
             A                                E
	The best that he could hope for is a household name
               A                   E
	There ain't nobody that a man can trust
                B7                    E 
	When all his headlines read, notorious
               A                   E
        There ain't nobody that a man can trust
                B7                    E    
	When all his headlines read, notorious


Verse 3:
          E 
	They pulled out of ? about12 o'clock 

	Took the heatstroke with the lights off to avoid the road block
         A                              E                                
	Ray killed the motor at the county line
                                           B7  
	Changed his Tennessee plates to a lost tag sign


Verse 4:
         E          
	She would never ask what the boy had done

	But said she'd be his hostage if he needed one
         A                           E  
	Her momma raised her to be loyal and true
                                              B7   
	And she figured that's the least that she could do


Chorus 2:
                 A                  E  
        She was lost and lonely on a midnight ride
           A                    E 
        Reluctant Bonnie to a poorman's Clyde
            A                       E
	It ain't too easy when the man you love
              B7                     E 
	Has got a reputation that's notorious
            A                       E 
        It ain't too easy when the man you love
              B7                     E  
	Has got a reputation that's notorious


Verse 5:
          E
	They were just outside of Knoxville when the lights flashed on

	And the siren's starting howling like hell houndogs
         A                            E  
	Ray popped that Firebird into overdrive
                                      B7
	And swore he'd never let them take him alive


Chorus 3:
                  A                     E 
        He was a desperate rider, he was Jesse James
             A                                  E
	The best that he'd ever hope for was a household name
              A                    E 
	The morning papers didn't say too much
               B7                E
	But his obituairy read, notorious
             A                             E
        The caption by his picture didn't say too much
               B7                E    
	But his obituairy read, notorious
             A                             E
        The caption by his picture didn't say too much
               B7                E
	But his obituairy read, notorious






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********* WHEN YOU LEAVE THAT WAY YOU CAN NEVER GO BACK *********

Written by Steve Clark,Johnny Mac Rae

performed by Confederate Railroad.


Intro and the average way they play during the song:

		 D	           
	
	e -------0h2-----2h3---3---------0h2-----2h3---3--------
	B -----3-------3---------------3-------3----------------
	G ---2-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2---2------
	D -0-----------------------0----------------------------
	A ------------------------------------------------------
	E ------------------------------------------------------

about the same thing for the A chord.

Verse 1:
        D
	I remember waking in the morning
                                        A
	To the sound of the rooster's crow
    
	Mamma cooking in the kitchen
                                 D
	Arthur Godfrey on the radio


Verse 2:
        D 
	Me and Dad were just like strangers
                                A
	We never did see eye to eye
                
	Came to blows one Sunday morning
                                            D  F  C/G  D
	So i packed my bags and i said goodbye


Chorus:
         /                                        Em  
	When you leave that way you can never go back
      A                                  D  
	A train won't run on a torn up track
                                     G  D     Em
	Sometimes i wish i'd never roamed,oh no
      A                                                  D   
	'cause when you leave that way you can never go home


Verse 3:
         D 
	Then i met a girl in Knoxville
                               A
	Oh,we set our wedding day

	I left her standing at the alter
                            D 
	With a baby on the way


Chorus.


Bridge:
         G                A              D  
	Lord i'd love to see my mom and daddy
              G               A                Bm  
	And what i'd give to hold that boy of mine
             G               A                  D
	I'd get down on my knees and i say i'm sorry
          E                               A                      
	If i could only go back one more time


Verse 4:
         D
	But i killed a man in Houston
                                    A
	When he caught me with his wife
               
	And i told the preacher man to leave me alone
                                 D
	When he came to read my rights


Chorus bis:
         /                                                      Em  
	He said son,when you leave this way you can never come back
      A                                  D	
	A soul won't roll on a torn up track
                                     G   D Em
	All through eternity you'll roam alone
      A                                                    D 
	'cause when you leave this way you can never come home

                                     G   D Em   
	All through eternity you'll roam alone
      A                                                    Bm  
	'cause when you leave this way you can never come home
            
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