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Straylin Street Chords (ver.1)

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Straylin Street Chords (ver.1)

Droge Pete
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                Straylin Street - Pete Droge

I couldn't get the bridge.  If you can pass it on.

Bb	x13331
F	133211
C	x32010
CaddF	x32011
Dm	xx0231


Intro:  Bb  F  C  CaddF  C

Bb         F             C     CaddF   C        
When I was younger I was torn afraid & lonely
I knew I had to move gotta hit the road
Someday I would move and hide out where no one could ever catch me
Cause those are bound to move gotta hit the road

Dm           Bb               F             C
Call for the hobo, but he was nowhere to be found 
Call for the hobo, but he was nowhere to be found
Dm         C            Bb        F
He must be lost down on Straylin Street
He must be lost down on Straylin Street

I spend  all my time chasin nowhere gettin higher
I found out I was nowhere and it hit me hard
Thought I'd jump a train and head out for Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
But the brakeman passed me by cause he was blind

Call for the brakeman but he was nowhere to be found
Call for the brakeman but he was nowhere to be found
He must be lost down on Straylin Street
He must be lost down on Straylin Street

[bridge]
Well say can't you help, help, help a man like me?
Well say can't you help, help, help a man like me?
Well say can't you help, help, help a man like me?
Or are you lost down on Straylin Street
Or are you lost down on Straylin Street

Well I hit the road with my bag full of my laundry
I carried my book in my right hand
Karouac's got his words that reach for the young and the ramble hearted
Cause those are bound to move gotta hit the road

Call for the rider but he was nowhere to be found
Call for the rider but he was nowhere to be found
He must be lost down on Straylin Street
He must be lost down on Straylin Street
            
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