Old Man

Neil Young

Intro
 FDFD
 FD
 Old man look at my life, I'm a lot like you were
 FD
 Old man look at my life, I'm a lot like you were
 CGDFCF
                                          
 DFCG
 Old man look at my life, twenty four and there's so much more
 DFCF
 Live alone in a paradise that makes me think of two
 DFCG
 Love lost, such a cost, give me things that don't get lost
 DCFG
 Like a coin that won't get tossed, rolling home to you
 DAm7Em7
                     
 DAm7Em7
 Old man take a look at my life, I'm a lot like you
 DAm7Em7
 I need someone to love me the whole day through
 DAm7Em7
 Oh, one look in my eyes and you can tell that's true
 DFCGDFCF
                                                          
 DFCG
 Lullabys, look in your eyes, run around the same old town
 DFCF
 doesn't mean that much to me - to mean that much to you
 DFCG
 I've been first and last, look at how the time goes past
 DCFG
 But I'm all alone at last, rolling home to you
 DAm7Em7
                     
 DAm7Em7
 Old man take a look at my life, I'm a lot like you
 DAm7Em7
 I need someone to love me the whole day through
 DAm7Em7
 Oh, one look in my eyes and you can tell that's true
 DFCGDFCFD
                                                                  
 FD
 Old man look at my life, I'm a lot like you were
 FD
 Old man look at my life, I'm a lot like you were
 FCGD
                          


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Am7 C D Em7 F G
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backinpink65 (report comment to admin):
The intro yo yhis song is actually a D chord on the fifth fret with the middle finger lifted up. You switch from this to a regular D on the first fret. You can also add some hammer ons and pull offs with the little and third finger to make it fancy.
MicroGlyphics (report comment to admin):
The Dm9 (no 5) that Neil Young uses is played on the 5th fret, which is a D chord shape with the middle finger lifted, so the 4 treble strings are fingered like this: 

D-G-B-E
0-5-6-0
The high E is open.
batman3264 (report comment to admin):
http://getsome.org/guitar/olga/chordpro/y/Neil.Young/OldMan.chopro

way off I have been playing this song for years

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rogidez (report comment to admin):
Hey Batman 


correct the song if you know it - so that we may learn from your knowledge
varmint007 (report comment to admin):
love it!


toughest part is singing the high notes :)
matty horne (report comment to admin):
Good enough to play in a singalong :)
banjohack (report comment to admin):
I'm sure to even a beginner the chords for this make sense but can someone post it it tab for the banjo so i can pick it. Thanks