Born to run Bruce Springsteen
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This tab is based off the acoustic recording on the "Chimes of Freedom" album.
That decending chromatic would start D string 12th fret, 11, 10, 9, 8 etc.
Hope you didn't mind me changing that.
Also the bridge is a bit more complicated: [F Bb C Eb] (2x's) Each chord rocks back and forth on sus4's.
Next is Ab Eb Ab with sus 4's, then single notes A Bb B C C# A, jump an octave up to D & decend chromatically hitting d# 4x's before resolving on D.
If you're comfortable doing it the way you've been doing it, ignore this, but I think you'll find it works much better.
Starting at "sprung from cages" should be: C G/B Am C G D
C G/B Am C G Em C D G
Same at verse 2
Velvet Rims are an actual item. I've seen them on a few cars - sexy wheels!
It's "velvet rims." Check out the music section of brucespringsteen.net; it gives the lyrics for all his songs!
No, it is definetly velvet rims.
velvet rims, it is
Good work - but not convinced the words were "wrap your legs 'round these velvet rims"...doesn't it sound more like "wrap your legs 'round these throbin' ribs"??
Correct me if I'm wrong..