Going Mobile














I'm going home, and when I wanna go home, I'm goin' moblie 
Well, I'm gonna find a home on wheels, see how it feels, goin' mobile 
Keep me movin'
I can pull up by the curb, I can make it on the road, goin' mobile
I can stop in any street invitin' people that we meet, goin' mobile
Keep me movin' hmm...
   Out in the woods or in the city 
It's all the same to me, when I'm drivin' free
G/D D E...
The world's my home, when I'm mobile
Wee whoo, beep beep  
Play the tape machine, make the toast and tea when I'm mobile
Well, I can lay in bed with only highway ahead when I'm mobile
Keep me movin'
Keep me movin'
Over fifty
Keep me movin'
Just a hippie gypsy
D A E5 D A E5....
C'mon move now movin'....
||: D A A | D A A :|| E5...
Keep me movin' movin' movin' yeah...
Mobile, mobile....
   I don't care about pollution 
I'm an air-conditioned gypsy 
That's my solution 
Watch the police and the taxman miss me
E E5....
I'm mobile!
(outro) * * *
| E5 | D A | F#m | D | Bm7 | E5 |E
(*w/descending b-string pattern)

A C Cmaj7 D D/F# E Em Em7/D F#m G
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InQuin (report comment to admin):
You'll probably find this much easier to play starting on A. Hard to know what Pete T. did, since he apparently hasn't played it live. But his bro, Simon, plays it beginning on the A, then goes to Bm, then G6 and G. That's the missing ingredient in the chords above: that 6th chord. And the G6 couldn't be any simpler-- highest 4 strings open (but you'll be alternating with G-- xx003x). 

Starting on D also works pretty well, but isn't as easy overall because next you'll go to Em, then have to play C6 alternating against C, which should be done with barre chords (x35555 and x35553). A bit tricky, but this way also sounds good if you can manage it.