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The Band, Mystery Train Chords (ver.1)

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Mystery Train Chords (ver.1)

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                Mystery Train - as performed by The Band on their Moondog Matinee album



Levon's drums mimic the chugging of a steam engine



Verse 1
E       A                    E
Train I ride sixteen coaches long
E       A                    E
Train I ride sixteen coaches long
          B7               A               E
Well that long black train got my baby and gone


Chorus
E     A                         E
Train train  rollin' around the bend
E     A                         E
Train train, rollin' around the bend
        B7           A             E
Well it took my baby away from me again


Verse 2
E
I come down to the station meet my baby at the gate
E
Asked the station master if the train's runnin' late
E
He said it's still a-waitin' on the four forty four
E
I hate to tell you son that train don't stop here anymore


Chorus
E     A                             E
Train train  rollin' down  down the line
E     A                       E
Train train  rollin' down the line
E       B7                              E
Well it took my baby and left poor me behind


Instrumental (mimics chorus)
E     A                             E
E     A                             E
E       B7        A                     E

Bridge
E
Heard that whistle blowin' was the middle of the night
E
When I got down to the station the train was pullin' out of sight


Chorus
E       A                       E
Mystery train  smokin' down the track
E       A                       E
Mystery train  smokin' down the track
       B7                  A                  E
Well I don't want no ride  just bring my baby back


Instrumental Outtake

Long jam on E to the end
            
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