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Al Stewart - The Immelman Turn Chords

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The Immelman Turn Chords

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Al Stewart
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                [Intro]
 
A7sus4
Riff
 
 
[Refrain]
 
1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4   |
A7sus4                                    G        D       A
 
1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4   |
A7sus4                                    G        D       A
 
 
[Verse]
 
  A                               D              A
I always was the reckless kind, I do what I must do
  Em                              D   C
I put the danger out of mind, and go  on
  A                                   D               A
I joined the barnstorm fliers back in Nineteen Twenty-Two
      Em                               D    C
And a-bove those dusty farms, we put a show on
 
 
[Chorus]
 
D               G       D
Fly, fly to the western sky
          A                       D      A
Where the fog bank shifts and the danger lies
D                  G     D
Why, why would you never learn
         Em                       A
That you won't come back from the Immelman Turn?
 
D               G       D
Fly, fly to the red sun-rise
          A                       D      A
Where the cloud-banks shift under copper skies
D                  G     D
Why, why would you never learn
         Em                       A
That you won't come back from the Immelman Turn?
 
 
[Bridge]
 
A7sus4
Riff
 
 
[Refrain]
 
1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4   |
A7sus4                                    G        D       A
 
1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4   |
A7sus4                                    G        D       A
 
 
[Verse]
 
       A                              D                    A
From a-board a Curtiss Jenny, oh, you see things different-ly
        Em                                 D     C
And the farm boys wait for joyrides in the clear-ing
  A                               D               A
I went out walking on the wing in Nineteen Twenty-Three
      Em                                 D     C
And a-bove the engine noise I heard them cheer-ing
 
 
[Chorus]
 
D               G       D
Fly, fly to the western sky
          A                       D      A
Where the fog bank shifts and the danger lies
D                  G     D
Why, why would you never learn
         Em                       A
That you won't come back from the Immelman Turn?
 
D               G       D
Fly, fly to the red sun-rise
          A                       D      A
Where the cloud-banks shift under copper skies
D                  G     D
Why, why would you never learn
         Em                       A
That you won't come back from the Immelman Turn?
 
 
 
[Bridge]
 
A7sus4
Riff
 
 
[MIDDLE]
 
Em                           F              G         C
You won't come back from the Immelman Turn. Why, why, why?
 
Em                           F              G         A
You won't come back from the Immelman Turn. Why, why, why?
 
A                                  D                A
There never was a one like you who knew that way to fly
 
        Em                       F              G
But you won't come back from the Immelman Turn. Why, why,
 
 
 
[Bridge]
 
A7sus4
Why?
 
 
[Solo]
 
1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  |
Em               F                G                C
 
1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  |
Em               F                G
 
1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  |
A                                                  D
 
1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  |
A                Em               F                G
 
 
[Bridge]
 
A7sus4
Riff
 
 
[Verse]
 
       A                                  D                A
The frost was on your aieleron's, and the wind was in your hair
         Em                            D     C
When you went into the climb I saw you laugh-ing
         A                                        D                A
When the engine stalls and you start to spin, you won't get out of there
      Em                                D    C
And a hush comes on the crowd as you go fall-ing
 
 
[Chorus]
 
D               G       D
Fly, fly to the western sky
          A                       D      A
Where the fog bank shifts and the danger lies
D                  G     D
Why, why would you never learn
         Em                       A
That you won't come back from the Immelman Turn?
 
D               G       D
Fly, fly to the red sun-rise
          A                       D      A
Where the cloud-banks shift under copper skies
D                  G     D
Why, why would you never learn
         Em                       A
That you won't come back from the Immelman Turn?
 
 
 
[Bridge]
 
A7sus4
Riff
 
 
[MIDDLE]
 
Em                           F              G         C
You won't come back from the Immelman Turn. Why, why, why?
 
Em                           F              G         A
You won't come back from the Immelman Turn. Why, why, why?
 
A                                  D                A
There never was a one like you who knew that way to fly
 
        Em                       F              G         A
But you won't come back from the Immelman Turn. Why, why, why?
 
 
[Refrain]
 
1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4   |
A7sus4                                    G        D       A
 
1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4   |
A7sus4                                    G        D       A
 
1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4   |
A7sus4                                    G        D       A
 
1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4  | 1   2   3   4   |
A7sus4                                    G        D       A
            
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