Something's Wrong

written by Gene Clark and Douglas Dillard

 

 

Gene Clark        vocals/acoustic guitar/
Doug Dillard      banjo/violin
Bernie Leadon     guitar
David Jackson     bass
Don Beck          mandolin

F                       Eb
Hours of joy when I was just a boy
          Bb
And never wrong I knew
F                      Eb
Kites of red would fly above my head
                Bb
The birds would sing their song
     Dm
Now something's wrong
Bb                         Dm
Where the Sherwood used to be
Bb            Cm  C     F  Eb  Eb/D  F
Neon brambles now I can see
F                       Eb
Fields of corn on early summer mornings
         Bb
Or late afternoons
F                   Eb
Anytime there was a place to find
                  Bb
Where life seemed not so soon
    Dm
Now all too soon
Bb                      Dm
Is this where I used to be
Bb                Cm   C  F  Eb Eb/D F
Still remembering what is me
Bb               Dm
And I won't even try
Bb               Dm
To find a reason why
Cm          C            Eb  F Eb Bb F Eb Bb
I must live here just to die
Dm
Now something's wrong
Bb                         Dm
Where the Sherwood used to be
Bb            Cm    C   F  Eb Eb/D F   Bb
Neon brambles now I can see

 

 

from Dillard & Clark: The Fantastic Expedition of Dilllard and Clark