» » »

Byrds - Tulsa County Blues Chords

Artists:  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z # 

Tulsa County Blues Chords

(ver. 1) Click to play this song!
Byrds
 Rating:
4/5 (4 votes)

 Tulsa County Blues lessons Tabs too difficult? Try these video lessons and learn fast
 
                The Byrds     Tulsa County Blue   written by  Pam Pollard 


 E  B  A  G#m  B

 E                   B                 A             B

 My nights have been lonely since I've been in Tulsa county
      A                 B              E
And I really don't know what I'm gonna do 
                    B                  A               B
I just might take a trip somewhere across the southern border 
A                 B                   E
Cause I know I've gotta get away from you  
        A      E               A
I don't know   just where I'll go
  E            B               A G#m B             E
I believe I'll ride it down to Mexico  down to Mexico  
                                             
E                B                   A                B
Got your note in Charlston said you needed my assistance 
    A                B                  E
But when I got there you didn't need me then 
E              B              A                    B
I may not be a wise man but I know this life your leading 
    A                        B             E
You learned your tricks from lots of other men  
        A      E               A
I don't know   just where I'll go
    E          B               A G#m B              E
I believe I'll ride it down to Mexico  down to Mexico 

  From the "The Ballad Of Easy Rider" LP Columbia Records 1969
            
Submit corrections


        Tulsa County Blues lessons Hard to play? Try these video lessons and learn fast Tulsa County Blues lessons
        
↑ Back to top | Tablatures and chords for acoustic guitar and electric guitar, ukulele, drums are parodies/interpretations of the original songs. You may use it for private study, scholarship, research or language learning purposes only