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Gene Clark, Gypsy Rider Chords (ver.1)

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Gypsy Rider Chords (ver.1)

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 C#m            B    Abm              F#m           A
Crank her over once again - Put your face into the wind
E            B                       A
Find another road where you're never been.
           C#m      B  Abm   F#m            A
Sing that 2-wheeled melody - The highway symphony
E                B           A
You know, she'll never understand.
      C#m  C#m/B  A       B               Abm
Gypsy Rider       sing    Your 2-wheeled symphony
F#m              A       B     C#m
You know there's nothing to explain.
                         A     B             Abm
She should have known by now - You're just a vagabond
F#m           A         B   C#m
You may never pass this way again.
                    B   Abm    F#m                A
All the writings on the wall - The paper all must fall
E            B                  A
Your only as good as your word remains
        C#m         B  Abm   F#m                A
You can take it out if you - decide to follow through
E                  B                        A
Just take what you earn and leave what remains.
      C#m   C#m/B  A      B             Abm
Gypsy Rider        sing   Your 2-wheeled symphony
F#m              A       B     C#m
You know there's nothing to explain.
                         A     B             Abm
She should have known by now - You're just a vagabond
F#m           A         B   C#m
You may never pass this way again.

instrumental

 C#m            B    Abm              F#m           A
Crank her over once again - Put your face into the wind
E            B                       C#m
Find another road where you're never been.

Rhino Records 1987
            

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