A A Bm Bm The original mixed up kid sleeps with the ladies all night into an empty bed pillows around his head E7 E7 A A Comes home in the morning light to nothing climbs to hide the tears he sheds for no one and D D/Db E7 A A/Ab A/F# A/E Byron said happiness is born a twin and D D/Db E7 A A/Ab A/F# A/E those who share well they will always win D D/Db E7 A A/Ab F#m what about the man who tried so hard but his heart is locked within A A Bm Bm The original mixed up kid must have been at the end of the line E7 E7 A A When the gave out the forms to sign for someone and he D D/Db E7 A A/Ab A/F# A/E can't make up his mind where he wants to go is there D D/Db E7 A A/Ab A/F# A/E a heaven is ther a hell well I just don't know for in a D D/Db E7 A A/Ab F#m crowded street he can see the street while the other man just sees the snow A A Bm Bm The Original Mixed up kid be on your concience round for you E7 E7 A A for you turned him upside down for nothing
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Transcribed by Andy Baker
Intro anyone ?
NOTES: A '/' means the chord with a different baseline. To get the run down on A, I play the A, A/Ab at the 5th fret (f position bar chord), and then drop back to the standard A position for the A/F#, A/E.
I think the E7 falls better under the fingers played with the (hope this makes sense) 4th finger on G# (top E string) 3rd finger on D (b string) 2nd finger on B (G string) 1st finger on E (D string), and B (A string) 6th string open