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Blue Sky

The Allman Brothers

 

Each chord gets two beats unless otherwise noted.

 

Intro: / E - A - / - - (E) - / x2

       / E - D - / A - / E - - - /

 

 E              B      A            E

Walk along the river,    sweet lullaby

E                  B      A (2)                                           

It just keeps on flowing, It don't worry 'bout where it's going

 

/ E - - - / B - (A) - /

 

E                  B                 A                E

Don't fly Mister Bluebird, I'm just walking down the road

E              B         A (2)                                           

Early morning sunshine, tells me all I need to know

 

Chorus:

B           A        E               A

You're my blue sky, you're my sunny day

B                 A                      E                 A

Lord you know it makes me high when you turn your love my way

 A                 F#m (1 hold)

Turn your love my way, yeah

 

Solo: / E - - - / A - - - / x36

      / E - - - / B - (A) - /

 

E                B                  A             E

Good old Sunday morning, bells are ringing everywhere

E              B        A (2)                                           

Goin' to Carolina, it won't be long and I'll be there

 

/ E - - - / A - - - /

 

Chorus 2:

B           A        E               A

You're my blue sky, you're my sunny day

B                 A                      E                 A

Lord you know it makes me high when you turn your love my way

 A                 F#m (hold 6 beats)

Turn your love my way, yeah

 

/ E - A - / - - (E) - / x2

/ E - D - / A - - - /

 

End on E

 


This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.