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Please come to boston Kenny Chesney
Date: 2/11/04; 9:42:45 PM Please Come to Boston Performed by: Kenny Chesney on his latest Album, "When The Sun Goes Down" Don't know who the original writer was. David Allen Coe has a version as well. Transcribed by: Brent Browning firstname.lastname@example.org **Capo 2nd Fret (D) Please Come to Boston For the (G) springtime I'm (D) stayin' with some friends and they got (G) lots of room. (Em) You can sell you paintings on the (D) sidewalk By a (Bm) cafe' where I (A) hope to be (G) working soon (D) Please come to Boston She said (A) no boy you come home to (D) me. **Chorus: And she said (D) ramblin' boy why don't you (A) settle down. (D) (1.Boston, 2. Denver 3. L.A.) ain't your (A) kind of town. (D) There ain't no gold and there ain't nobody like (G) me. I"I'm the (Em) number one fan of the (A) man from Tennessee.(D) (D) Please come to Denver to watch the (G) snowfall We'll (D) move up into the mountains so far that we (G) can't be found (Em) Throw I love you echoes down the (D) canyon And then(Bm) lye awake at (A) night till they come (G) back around. (D) Please come to Denver she said (A) no boy you come home to (D) me. Go to ** Bridge: Now this (Bm) drifters world goes (A) round and round and I (G) doubt if it's ever gonna stop (D) And of (Bm) all the dreams I've (A) lost and found and(G) all that I ain't got. I need someone to (Em) cling to. Somebody I can (A) sing to. (D) Please come to L.A to live (G) forever. The (D) California life alone is (G) just too hard to live We'll (Em) live in a house that looks out over the (D) ocean There's some (Bm) stars that fell (A) from the sky livin up (G) on a hill. (D) Please come to L.A she said (A) no boy you come home to me.(D) Go to ** I'm the number on fan of the man from Tennessee I'm the number on fan of the man from Tennessee
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..settle down - I replace the Bm with an A then D. Sounds right.
This is one of my favorite songs ever!!!
I just love to play this song.
Actually, this song was written by John Seymour. I met him last night at a gig. He sold the song and the rights to Dave Loggins for little to nothin'.
A beautiful song by anyone who covers it, but it was written (and recorded originally) by Dave Loggins.