Warm Beer And Cold Women Tom Waits
[Ebmaj9]Warm beer and cold [Cm7]women, [F9]I just don't fit in
[Bb]Every Joint I stumbled into tonight
Eb s.n. Bb-C-D
That's just how it's been.
All these [Eb]double knit [Cm7]strangers with
[F9]Gin and vermouth, [Bb]and recycled stories
Eb s.n. Eb-F-G
In the naugahyde booths.
With the [Ab]platinum [Bb]blondes, [Emaj9]and tobacco [Cm7]brunettes,
[F9]I'll be drinkin to forget you,
Bb Eb s.n. Eb-F-G
I'll lite another cigarette.
And the [Ab]band's playin' [Bb]something by[Emaj9] Tammy [Cm7]Wynette,
F9 Bb Eb s.n. Bb-C-D
And the drinks are on me tonight.
All my conversations I'll just be talkin' about you baby
Borin' some sailor as I try to get through.
I just want him to listen, that's all you have to do,
He said I'm better off without you,
Till I showed him my tattoo
Now the moon's rising, ain't no time to lose,
Time to get down to drinking,
Tell the band to play the blues.
And the drinks are on me, I'll buy another round,
At the last ditch attempt saloon.
SAX SOLO (over the chords of an entire verse)
VERSE 3: Same as verse 1, except for the following lines.
..."receding hairlines" (instead of recycled stories)
..."I lite a menthol cigarette
And the band's playin' something by Johnny Barnett
At the last ditch attempt saloon"
On the single notes I usually play thirds to give it a better
sound. For instance, play the Bb-C-D with the left hand on the
piano, and then an octave higher with the right hand play D-Eb-F.
The same can be done for the notes leading to the Ab chord. Also,
it seems as if he is riding on a G note a lot, so a Bb(add 6th)
could be played in place of the Bb chord.