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Turn the Page

Bob Seger

 Em
 On a long and lonely highway east of Omaha
 D
You can listen to the engines, moanin' out as one long song
 AmEm
You can think about the woman, or the girl you knew the night before
 Em
 Well your thoughts will soon be wandering the way they always do
 D
When you're riding sixteen hours and there's nothing much to do
 AmEm
And you don't feel much like ridin', you just wish the trip was through

CHORUS
 DEm
Here I am, on the road again
 DEm
There I am, up on stage
 DAm
Here I go, playing the star again
 CDEm
There I go, turn the page

 Em
 When you walk into a restaurant, strung out from the road
 D
And you feel the eyes upon you, as you're shaking off the cold
 AmEm
You pretend it doesn't bother you, but you just want to explode
 Em
 Most times you can hear 'em talk', other times you can't
 D
All the same old cliches is that a woman or a man
 AEm
And you always seem outnumbered, you dare not make a stand

CHORUS

 Em
 Out there in the spotlight, you're a million miles away
 D
 Every ounce of energy you try to give away
 Asus2Em
As the sweat pours out your body like the music that you play
 Em
 Later in the evening, as you lie awake in bed
 Dsus2
 With the echoes from the amplifiers ringin' in your head
 AmEm
You smoke the day's last cigarette, remembering what she said

CHORUS

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macavoy (report comment to admin):
can anyone recommend a good strum pattern??
jefflareau (report comment to admin):
Try alternating on your tonic notes (ie for the A chord hit the open A and E alternately) and build on that thru the song getting stronger as you go. Just how I like to play it, not how Seger does it... 
vague (report comment to admin):
i play it with a basic  ,dw, paus, dw, up,up,dw,dw,up,dw,up,dw simple and sounds great 


Broddas (report comment to admin):
try a minor instead of a
Kj661901 (report comment to admin):
I just started playing like a month ago and i know all four of these chords....plus like nine more this is perfect format and chords sound pretty close to me rhanks.
silverhalide47 (report comment to admin):
Just make it yours. change things if you want , give it something of you .  
krzykat (report comment to admin):
here is the intro tabs


|----14h15p14----------------15-14--------------------------------------|

|-------------15----12----12-------15----12-----------------------------|

|----------------14----14-------------14----14-12-11--------------------|

|----------------------------------------------------12-----------------|

|-------------------------------------------------------12-14-----------|

|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
justinslaughter (report comment to admin):
IF you're playing accoustic try picking the song. Em-64341234 D-43231234 A-53231234. Its just a basic picking pattern that works for a lot of songs. On this song try hitting the root note a little harder than the rest. Especially the e, make it really ring out. that lonesome e really sets the mood for the song.
KillerCole (report comment to admin):
if you strum the top 3 strings (GBE) one after the next (GBEBGBEBG), I think its pretty similar to the part that bob seger plays.  an alternate fingering that works for the Em chord is 453 (4 on G, 5 on B, and 3 on E).
Klingon (report comment to admin):
Correction Bob 'SEGER'

Lyrics are not right either