Chordie logo

content loaded from cache

END OF THE LINE  Traveling Wilburys

[G]  [D]   [G]   [A]   [D]   [G]   [A]   [D]   [E]   [D]  [D]Well it's alright, riding a[A]round in the [G]breeze
[D]Well it's alright, if you live the [A]life you [D]please
[D]Well it's alright, doing the [A]best you [G]can
[D]Well it's alright, as long as you [A]lend a [D]hand
[G]You can sit around and wait for the [D]phone to ring, At the end of the line
[G]Waiting for someone to tell you [D]everything, At the end of the line
[G]Sit around and wonder what to[D]morrow'd bring, At the end of the line
Maybe a [A]diamond ring
Well it's alright, even if they say you're wrong
Well it's alright, sometimes you gotta be strong
Well it's alright, as long as you got someone to lay
Well it's alright, every day is just one day
Maybe somewhere down the road a way, At the end of the line
You'll think of me and wonder where I am these days, At the end of the line
Maybe somewhere down the road when somebody plays, At the end of the line
Purple haze
Well it's alright, even if push comes to shove
Well it's alright, if you got someone to love
Well it's alright, everything'll work out fine
Well it's alright, we're going to the end of the line
Don't have to be ashamed of the car I drive, At the end of the line
I'm just glad to be here, happy to be alive, At the end of the line
And it don't matter if you're by my side, At the end of the line
I'm satisified
Well it's alright, even if you're old and gray
Well it's alright, you still got something to say
Well it's alright, remember to live and let live
Well it's alright, best you can do is forgive
Well it's alright, riding around in the breeze
Well it's alright, if you live the life you please
Well it's alright, even if the sun don't shine
Well it's alright, we're going to the end of the line
Opening to End of the Line
This opening uses different versions of common chords.
G(7th) - G on the 7th fret. This is a D chord slid up to the 7th fret.
D(2nd) - D on the 2nd fret. The usual D chord.
A(9th) - A on the 9th fret. This is a D chord slid up to the 9th fret.
D(10th) - D on the 10th fret. A barr chord. This is an F chord slid up to the
10th fret.
E(12th) - E on the 12th fret. This is an F chord slid up to the 12th fret.
D(14th) - D on the 14th fret. This is a D chord slid up to the 14th fret.
Play it like this:
G(7th) D(2nd)
G(7th) A(9th) D(10th)
G(7th) A(9th) D(10th) E(12th) D(14th)
************************************************************************
* "Here's a song that I like to play. *
* Print it out, play it and pass it around. *
* If you like it, send me one of your favourites." *
* *
* Jeffrey Goffin Internet: jgoffin@acs.ucalgary.ca *
* Calgary, Alberta, Canada FidoNet: 1:134/160 *
************************************************************************

Important: The song above is NOT stored on the Chordie server. The original song is hosted at www.guitaretab.com. Chordie works as a search engine and provides on-the-fly formatting. Chordie does not index songs against artists/composers will. To remove this song please click here.

A D E G
variations - click chord images

Transpose chords

Tuning

Rating click stars to rate

Layout
Accuracy

SHARE PAGE  



You need to log in to post comments