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Everyday Is A Winding Road  Sheryl Crow

  [Db]     [B]    [Gb]    [Abm]                                                                
e--4---2---2----4---|
B--6---4---2----4---|
G--6---4---3----4---|
D--6---4---4----6---|
A--4---2---4----6---|
E--x---x---2----4---|



First Guitar: Db B Gb...
Second Guitar: Sliding sound played over first guitar:

       [Db]       [B]      [Gb]                                 [Db]       [B]     [Gb]             
E------------------------9/11--9/11--9-----------------------4/6--4/6--4--|
B------------------------9/11--9/11--9-----------------------4/6--4/6--4--|
G------------------------9/11--9/11--9-----------------------4/6--4/6--4--|
D-------------------------------------------------------------------------|x2
A-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------------------------|


Verse:
[Db]     I hitched a ride with [B]a vending[Gb] machine repair man
[Db]     He says he's been down th[B]is road more th[Gb]an twice
[Db]     He was high on in[B]telle[Gb]ctualism
[Db]     I've never been there [B]but the brochure lo[Gb]oks nice

Bridge:
[Abm]      Jump in, let's go  [Db]     [B]
[Abm]      Lay back, enjoy [Db]the show   [B]
[Abm]      Everybody gets high,      ever[Db]ybody gets low, [B]
[Abm]       These are the days when[B] anything goes

Chorus:
Everyday i[Db]s a wi[E]nding r[Gb]oad
[Db]      [E]     I get a litt[Gb]le bit closer
Everyday i[Db]s a faded [E]sign    [Gb]
Db E Gb Db (same as the intro :1x)
I get a little bit closer to feeling fine

Verse 2:
(during the 2nd and 3rd verses remember that the second guitar comes
in playing the sliding parts like in the intro)
[Db]      He's got a daughter h[B]e calls Easter [Gb]
[Db]     She was born on a Tu[B]esday ni[Gb]ght
[Db]     I'm just wondering why[B] I feel so all [Gb]alone
[Db]      Why I'm a st[B]ranger in my own[Gb] life

(Bridge)

The chorus is the same as before just that it is repeated, and when you get
to the end where she says, "feelin' fine...", just hold the last Db until it
fades. Then you go into the solo:

e---------------------------------------------------|
G--4/6-4/6-4----9/11-11--x-9/11-11-11---------------|
B--4/6-4/6-4----9/11-11--x-9/11-11-11---------------| x4
D--4/6-4/6-4----9/11-11--x-9/11-11-11---------------|
A---------------------------------------------------|
E---------------------------------------------------|


(Feel free to be yourself with this solo, it is usually played with a
slide(bottleneck), but if you don't have one you can still do it - use your
fingers! Bend the strings, add wah-wah, add distortion, the weirder you
play it the more it will sound like the song. When you finish
the "9/11" part slide your hands up the guitar before you go back to
repeat the bar, it sounds good

Verse 3:
(this verse starts off with no guitar and then both guitars fade in around
the 3rd line. Chords are the same as before.)


I've been living in a sea of anarchy
I've been living on coffee and nicotine
I've been wondering if all the thing I've seen
Were ever real, were ever really happening

(Last chorus is the same as the others)

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