Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay Otis Redding
>[D]Sitting in the morning [F#]sun;
>I'll be [G]sitting when the evening [E]comes.
>[D]Watching the ships roll [F#]in
>And I [G]watch 'em roll away a[E]gain, yeah.
>[D]Sitting on the dock of the [B]bay [cborus]
>Watching the [D]tide roll aw[B]ay.
>I'm just [D]sitting on the dock of the [E]bay
>[E] Wasting [D]time [B]
>I [D] left my home in [F#] Georgia
>Headed [G]for the Frisco [E] Bay
>I have [D]nothing to [F#]live for
>Looks like [G]nothing's gonna come my [E]way [ Now comes Interlude . . ] [D E D B]
>[D] Looks like [A] [G / ] nothing's gonna change
>[D] Everything [A] [G / ]still remains the same
>[D]I can't do what[A] [G / ]people tell me to do.
>[C]So I guess I'll re[A]main the same.
>[D]Sitting here resting my [F#]bones
>Wish this [G]loneliness would leave me a[E]lone
>[D]2000 miles I roam [F#]
>Just to [G] make this dock my [E]home [MPFeb 7, 2012]