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    End Of the Day

    Lucy Kaplansky

     

    Intro Strum: D   D   D U D U

                 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +

    Main Strum: D   D U   U D U

                1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +

     

    Chord Guide

           12

    Em:   022000

           32 1

    C:    x32010

          3    4

    G:    3x0003

             132

    D:    xx0232

            231

    Am:   x02210

     

     

     

     

     

    Intro: / Em - - - / C - - - / G - - - / D - - - - / x2

     

      Em (2)

    I used to hear him sing in a Bleecker Street bar

                G (2)

    On that tiny stage with a borrowed guitar

           D (2)

    His voice cutting thru like a speeding car

      C (2)

    Tearing through the deals of the brokers at the bar

                 Em (2)

    Then he sold everything for a Wall Street wage

       G (2)

    A rich man's money is  a rich man's cage

     D (2)

    Pockets full of gold and a dead man's face

                    C (2)

    There was life in those eyes though there's not a trace

     

    Chorus:

                             G (2)

    How much did it cost you?

                                   D (2)

    How much  did you pay?

                  Em (2)                          C (2)

    Are you sorry and the end of the day

                  G    D                     

    Are you sorry    at the end of the day

     

    Intro Progression x1

     

           Em (2)

    She used to be a friend and a wife and a daughter

                      G (2)

    Now she's walked on everybody like she's walking on water

              D (2)

    She’ll kiss you on the mouth while she takes what you give her

     C (2)

    Turn the  other cheek and she walks away forever

             Em (2)

    Your just another rung on the ladder to the top

    G (2)

    Once she started climbing she couldn’t ever stop

         D (2)

    With her entourage around her as she sits on her throne

              C (2)

    She's the queen of nothing now, sitting all alone

     

    Chorus

     

    Intro Progression x2

     

    Am            G                             C (2)

        And you found out what you wanted

    Am         G                      C (2)

        Well it isn't what you need

    Am             G                                Em (2)

         And you curse this train you’re riding

    Am       G       C                       D

         You curse it but you never leave

                           Em   C               Em  D

    Well there's a way       there's a way

     

    Chorus x2, skip last line first time through

     

    Intro Progression x2

     

      Em (2)

    I used to hear him sing in a Bleecker Street bar

                G (2)

    On that tiny stage with a borrowed guitar

           D (2)

    His voice cutting thru like a speeding car

      C (2)

    Tearing through the deals of the brokers at the bar

      C (2)

    Tearing through the deals of the brokers at the bar

              

            C         G   C

    Ending: D   D U D U   U

            1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +

     


    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.