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Stranger In Town Tabs (ver.1)

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Stranger In Town Tabs (ver.1)

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                "Stranger In Town"
                             (Del Shannon)

Intro (there's no real "verse"):

	Am                   G
	Me and my baby  been on the run
	         Am
	So very long
	    (Am)                  G
	Her folks sent a man  to get us
	                     Am
	They say we've done wrong

	      E7                            [N.C.]
	So we run, yeah we run, yeah we run
	                      Am
	From the stranger in town

Chorus 1:

	 A
	Stranger in town, he's out to get me
	 D
	Stranger in town, wants me and my baby

	           A
	He follows me
	From town to town
	And if he gets me
	He'll bring me down

	      E7                            [N.C.]
	So we run, yeah we run, yeah we run
	                      Am
	From the stranger in town
	Am     D    Am     D
	Woo-oo-oo   woo-oo-oo

Bridge:

	C          F                   C       Am
	I'm not afraid of what they'll do   to me
	C           F                    C
	I'm just afraid they'll hurt my baby
	F             Dm         C  Am
	We don't care if we run forever
	D7                       G
	Just as long as we're together

Break (tenor and baritone saxes):

	E7 
	/ / / /  / / / /  / / / /  / / / /

Chorus 2:

	Stranger in town, I think we've lost him
	Stranger in town, can't let him bring us in

	Another town
	One more mile
	And we'll be free
	For a while

	And we'll run, yeah we'll run, yeah we'll run
	From the stranger in town
	Woo-oo-oo   woo-oo-oo

Coda (repeat to fade):

	 Am          D
	Stranger in town


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
            
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