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The Last Trip To Tulsa
SUBMITTED BY: Johan Dahlgren

TUNING: EADGBE

CHORDS:
E7:
022130
Asus2:
x02200
Dsus4:
xx0233
A:
x02220
C:
x32010
D:
xx0232
A7:
x02020

INTRO: Asus2 A C Well, I used to drive a cab, you know C I heard a siren scream D Pulled over to the corner C Asus2 And I fell into a dream A There were two men eating pennies C And three young girls who cried D The West coast is falling, C Asus2 I see rocks in the sky. E7 The preacher took his bible And laid it on the stool. D He said: with the congregation running, C Asus2 A Asus2 A Why should I play the fool? Well, I used to be a woman, you know C I took you for a ride, D I let you fly my airplane C A It looked good for your pride. 'Cause you're the kind of man you know C Who likes what he says. D I wonder what's it's like C A To be so far over my head. E7 Well, the lady made the wedding And she brought along the ring. D C She got down on her knees C Asus2 A7 And said: Let's get on with this thing. Well, I used to be a folk singer C Keeping managers alive, D When you saw me on a corner C A7 And told me I was jive. So I unlocked your mind, you know C To see what I could see. D If you guarantee the postage, C A7 I'll mail you back the key. E7 Well I woke up in the morning With an arrow through my nose D Dsus4 There was an Indian in the corner C Asus2 Em Asus2 Em Tryin' on my clothes. A Well, I used to be asleep you know C With blankets on my bed. D I stayed there for a while C Asus2 A 'Til they discovered I was dead. The coroner was friendly C And I liked him quite a lot. D If I hadn't 've been a woman C Asus2 I guess I'd never have been caught. E7 They gave me back my house and car Asus2 A And nothing more was said. Well, I was driving down the freeway C When my car ran out of gas. D Pulled over to the station C A But I was afraid to ask. The servicemen were yellow C And the gasoline was green. D Although I knew I couldn't C A I thought that I was gonna scream. E7 That was on my last trip to Tulsa Just before the snow. D Dsus4 If you ever need a ride there, C Asus2 Em x4 Asus2 Be sure to let me know. A I was chopping down a palm tree C When a friend dropped by to ask D If I would feel less lonely C Asus2 If he helped me swing the axe. A C I said: No, it's not a case of being lonely We have here, D I've been working on this palm tree C C A Asus2 A Asus2 A Asus2 A Asus2 A For eighty seven years C I said: No, it's not a case of being lonely We have here, D I've been working on this palm tree C A7 For eighty seven years E7 He said: Go get lost! And walked towards his Cadillac. D Dsus4 I chopped down the palm tree C And it landed on his back.