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Sleeping On The Sidewalk chords


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Sleeping On The Sidewalk chords by Queen

"Sleeping on the Sidewalk" is a song off of legendary rock band Queen's 1977 album "News of the world". It is a blues written and sung by guitarist Brian May.

Guitar chords with lyrics

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Tuning: Standard (E chord diagramEE A chord diagramAA D chord diagramDD G chord diagramGG B chord diagramBB E chord diagramEE)

Key: B chord diagramBB

Difficulty: Novice

Verse 1:
      B7 chord diagramB7B7
I was nothing but a city boy
   B7 chord diagramB7B7
My trumpet was my only toy
          B7 chord diagramB7B7
I've been blowing my horn
        B7 chord diagramB7B7
Since I knew I was born
          B7 chord diagramB7B7
But there isn't nobody wants to know

Chorus:

I've been
E7 chord diagramE7E7
Sleeping on the sidewalk
B7 chord diagramB7B7
Rollin' down the road
  F#7 chord diagramF#7F#7
I may get hungry
      E7 chord diagramE7E7                    B7 chord diagramB7B7
But I sure don't want to go home

E7 chord diagramE7E7  F#7 chord diagramF#7F#7

Verse 2:
             B7 chord diagramB7B7
So round the corner comes a limousine
        B7 chord diagramB7B7
And the biggest grin I've ever seen
        B7 chord diagramB7B7
Come on sonny won't you sign
        B7 chord diagramB7B7
Right along the dotted line
         B7 chord diagramB7B7             B7 chord diagramB7B7
What you saying Are you playing
         B7 chord diagramB7B7
Sure you don't mean me?


Chorus:

I've been
E7 chord diagramE7E7
Sleeping on the sidewalk
B7 chord diagramB7B7
Rollin' down the road
  F#7 chord diagramF#7F#7
I may get hungry
      E7 chord diagramE7E7                    B7 chord diagramB7B7
But I sure don't want to go home

E7 chord diagramE7E7 F#7 chord diagramF#7F#7

Bridge 1:
     E7 chord diagramE7E7
They took me to a room without a table
          B7 chord diagramB7B7
They said blow your trumpet into here
  E7 chord diagramE7E7
I played around as well as I was able
    F#7 chord diagramF#7F#7                           E7 chord diagramE7E7
And soon we had the record of the year

Verse 3:
        B7 chord diagramB7B7
I was a legend all through the land
      B7 chord diagramB7B7
I was blowing to a million fans
B7 chord diagramB7B7
Nothing' was a-missing
        B7 chord diagramB7B7
All the people want to listen
           B7 chord diagramB7B7
You'd have thought I was a happy man

Chorus:

And I was
E7 chord diagramE7E7
Sleeping like a princess
B7 chord diagramB7B7
Never touch the road
F#7 chord diagramF#7F#7
I don't get hungry
      E7 chord diagramE7E7                    B7 chord diagramB7B7
And I sure don't want to go home

(have to have some fun. . .)

Solo:

| B7 chord diagramB7B7 | B7 chord diagramB7B7 | B7 chord diagramB7B7 | B7 chord diagramB7B7 |
| B7 chord diagramB7B7 | B7 chord diagramB7B7 | B7 chord diagramB7B7 | B7 chord diagramB7B7 |
| E7 chord diagramE7E7 | E7 chord diagramE7E7 | B7 chord diagramB7B7 | B7 chord diagramB7B7 |
| F#7 chord diagramF#7F#7 | E7 chord diagramE7E7 | B7 chord diagramB7B7 |

E7 chord diagramE7E7 F#7 chord diagramF#7F#7

Bridge 2:
         E7 chord diagramE7E7
Now they tell me that I ain'??t so fashionable
      B7 chord diagramB7B7
An' I owe the man a million bucks a year
     E7 chord diagramE7E7
So I told them where to stick the fancy label
          F#7 chord diagramF#7F#7                  E7 chord diagramE7E7
It's just me and the road from here

B7 chord diagramB7B7
        B7 chord diagramB7B7          B7 chord diagramB7B7
Back to playing and laying
    B7 chord diagramB7B7
I'm back on the game

Chorus:

I've been
E7 chord diagramE7E7
Sleeping on the sidewalk
B7 chord diagramB7B7
Rolling down the road
  F#7 chord diagramF#7F#7
I sure get hungry
      E7 chord diagramE7E7                  B7 chord diagramB7B7
And I sure don't wanna go home

Outro:

B7 chord diagramB7B7
Yeah

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