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Donovan, Mad Johns Escape Chords (ver.1)

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Mad Johns Escape Chords (ver.1)

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                ...MAD JOHN'S ESCAPE... by Donovan
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*from 'A Gift from a Flower to a Garden' (1968)*


Intro:

C  F (x2)

Verse 1:

C              B         C       B   C     B     B7
 Mad John came down from Birming-ham, very hasti-ly.
D         F        Em         C           F       G       F
 And from Borstal, he had ran; he made it down to Torquay.
C     F       G
 Good boy Mad John.

Verse 2:

C               B          C        B    C     B        B7
 Mad John holed up in an a-llotment shed, by a railroad siding.
D            F           Em           C          F        G      F
 In came the man for the watering can; he didn't see John hiding.
C     F       G
 Good boy Mad John.

Chorus 1:

     F        C     F        G
Mad, mad, mad John, mad, mad John,
     F        C     F        G
Mad, mad, mad John, mad, mad John.

Verse 3:

C             B         C            B  C       B        B7
 Mad John met Jill in a transport ca-fe, by the jukebox, loud.
D         F            Em              C            F      G   F
 And over double eggs, chips and beans, they made a solemn vow.
C         F        G
 And Jill paid the bill.

Chorus 2:

     F        C     F        G
Mad, mad, mad John, mad, mad John,
     F        C     F        G
Mad, mad, mad John, mad, mad John.
     F        C     F        G     C  F
Mad, mad, mad John, mad, mad John.


CHORD DIAGRAMS:
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   C       F       B       B7      D       Em      G

 EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE
 x32010  133211  x24442  x24242  xx0232  022000  320003
            
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