Don't Let It Bring You Down

Neil Young

 CmBbCmEb

 Cm
 Old man lying by the side of the road
 Cm7
With the lorries rolling by
 F
 Blue moon sinking from the weight of the load
 AbGm7
And the buildings scrape the sky

 Cm
 Cold wind rippling down the alley at dawn
 Cm7
And the morning paper fly
 F
 Dead man lying at the side of the road
 AbGm7
And the daylight in his eyes

(First Chorus)
 Gm7F7
 Don't let it bring you down
 Eb
It's only castles burning
 Dm7
Find someone who's turning
 Cm
And you will come around

 CmBbCmEb
      

Blind man running through the light of the night
With an answer in his hand
Come on down to the river of sight and
You can really understand

Red light flashin' throught he window in the rain
Can you hear the sirens moan?
White cane lying in the gutter in the lane
And your're walking home alone

(Play 1st Chorus again)

 Cm
 Don't let it bring you down
 F
It's only castles burning  just
 Dm7
Find someone who's turning
 Cm
And you will come around
 CmBbCmEb
                         

 CmFCmF
     


Corrected by static

Corrected by Smileyike216. View original
Ab Bb Cm Cm7 Dm7 Eb F F7 Gm7
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static (report comment to admin):
I've put this in the original key from After The Gold Rush (Eb or C minor).  The Cm is actually supposed to be like Cm sus4. Whatever.  
kurt1mark (report comment to admin):
Two chords are wrong on the lefty version of this song. The F#m7 should be barre the 2nd fret and A string on 4th fret. The Dbm7 should be barre the 4th fret, D string on 6th fret and B string on 5th fret. There is probably an easier way of expressing this,but I can't read music!