Guitar chords with lyrics
Difficulty: Novice From Bob Dylan's 1992 abum 'Good As I Been To You'. Submitted by: peterK
Intro: E,E, C,C,C,C, D,D,D,D,D, E MajorE Now There's a man you'll hear about C majorC Most anywhere you go, D MajorD And his holdings are in Texas E MajorE And his name is Diamond Joe. E MajorE And he carries all his money C majorC In a diamond-studded jar. D MajorD He never took much trouble E MajorE With the process of the law. E MajorE I hired out to Diamond Joe, boys, C majorC Did offer him my hand, D MajorD He gave a string of horses E MajorE So old they could not stand.
E MajorE And I nearly starved to death, boys, C majorC He did mistreat me so, D MajorD And I never saved a dollar E MajorE In the pay of Diamond Joe. E MajorE Now his bread it was corn dodger C majorC And his meat you couldn't chaw, D MajorD Nearly drove me crazy E MajorE With the waggin' of his jaw. E MajorE And the tellin' of his story, C majorC Mean to let you know D MajorD That there never was a rounder E MajorE That could lie like Diamond Joe. Instrumental E MajorE Now, I tried three times to quit him, C majorC But he did argue so D MajorD I'm still punchin' cattle E MajorE In the pay of Diamond Joe E MajorE And when I'm called up yonder C majorC And it's my time to go, D MajorD Give my blankets to my buddies E MajorE Give the fleas to Diamond Joe.