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Out On The Weekend  Neil Young

[A]Think I'll pack it in and[Bm] buy a pick-up
[E]Take it down to L.A.[A]
[A]Find a place to call my o[Bm]wn and try to fix up
[E]start a brand new [A]day
[A]The woman I'm thinking of[Bm], she loved me all up
[E]but I'm so down to[A]day
[A]She's so fine she's in my mind[Bm] I hear her calling [E] [Esus]   [A]
[A]See the lonely boy [Bm7]out on the weekend
[D]trying to make it p[A]ay
[A]Can't relate to joy [Bm7]he tries to speak and
[D]can't begin to [A]say         [Bm] [E7]  [Bm] [E7]  [C#m] [F#7] [Bm] [E7]
[A]She got pictures on the w[Bm]all,they make me look up [E]
[E]from her big brass bed [A}
[A]Now I'm runnin down the road [Bm] tryin to stay up [E]somewhere in her head[A]
[A]The woman I'm thinkin of she [Bm] loved me all up[E]but I'm so down today[A]
[A]She's so fine, she's in my mind [Bm] I hear her callin' [E] [Esus]    [A]
[A] See the lonely boy [Bm7]out on the weekend,[D]tryin to make it [A]pay
[A]Can't relate to joy [Bm7]he tries to speak and [D]can't begin to [A]say

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A Bm Bm7 C#m D E E7 Esus F#7

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Fairstar (report)

Some errors ! I have original sheet music and have played this with harp in pubs and bars for many years.

Corrections - Chorus : ([A]see the lonely boy) [Bm7/A] out on the weekend [Dmaj7/A] tryin' to make it pay [A] can't relate to joy [Bm7/A] he tries to speak and [Dmaj7/A] can't begin to say [A]

Then harp solo goes A Bm E7 Bm E7 C#m F#7 Bm E7 ......

I've always transposed this +5 semitones to :- (better pitch 4 me + easier chords)

Verse : D Em A D Em.

Chorus : D Em7 Gmaj7 D Em7 Gmaj7 D

Harp solo : D Em A7 Em A7 F#m B7 Em A7

Great song - enjoy