Train Leaves Here This Morning

 

written by Gene Clark /Doug Dillard/ Bernie Leadon

 

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I lost ten points just for bein'
       D                B               E
In the right place at exactly the wrong time
         E
I looked right at the facts there
      D                 B              E
But I may as well have been completely blind
      C#m                     F#
So if you see me walkin' all alone.
           C#m                          F#    
Don't look back I'm just on my way back home
          E
There's a train leaves here this mornin'
        D    B               E
I don't know what I might be on

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She signed me to a contract
     D             B              E
Baby said it would all be so life long
E
Looked around then for a reason
          D                 B                E
When there wasn't somethin' more to blame it on
      C#m                                  F#
But if time makes a difference while we're gone
        C#m                        F#    
Tell me now and I won't be hangin' on
          E        
There's a train leaves here this mornin'
        D    B               E 
I don't know what I might be on

SOLO

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Thirteen-Twenty North Columbus
        D               B                E
Was the address that I'd written down on my sleeve
E
I don't know just what she wanted
          D                 B               E
Might have been that it was gettin' time to leave

     C#m                              F#
And I watched as the smoker passed it on
      C#m                               F#                    
And I laughed when the joker said  "Lead on"
               E     
Cause there's a train leaves here this mornin'
        D    B               E
I don't know what I might be on
          E
There's a train leaves here this mornin'
        D    B               E
I don't know what I might be on

 

From The Fantastic Expedition Of Dillard & Clark