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Shelter From The Storm  Bob Dylan

           [C]     [C/B]       [F]     [C]         
'Twas in an[C]other lifetime, on[C/B]e of toil an[F]d blood                   [C]

When blackn[C]ess was a virtue and the roa[C/B]d was full of mud      [F]

I [C]come in from the wilderness, a[C/B] creature void of form[F].
"Come in," sh[C]e said, "I'll give you shelte[C/B]r from the s[F]torm."                       [C]
Break: C C/B F C
            [C]     [C/B]       [F]     [C]        
And if I[C] pass this way again, [C/B]you can rest ass[F]ured                      [C]

I'll [C]always do my best for he[C/B]r, on that I give my word[F]

In a wor[C]ld of steel-eyed death, and men wh[C/B]o are fighting to be warm.               [F]
"Come in," sh[C]e said, "I'll give you shelte[C/B]r from the st[F]orm."                       [C]
Break: C C/B F C
            [C]     [C/B]       [F]     [C]        
Enjoy, its an amazing song!


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JWGator (report)

Change the A into Fm# and you will have a match to the "Blood on the Tracks" music book I bought back in the '70's

krzykat (report)

F C Bb F
'Twas in another lifetime, one of toil and blood
F C Bb F
When blackness was a virtue and the road was full of mud
F C Bb F
I came in from the wilderness, a creature void of form.
F C Bb F
"Come in," she said, "I'll give you shelter from the storm."