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Song Name: My hometown By: Bruce Springsteen
Posted By: skink Difficulty: Beginner
Key: Any Genre: General
Harp Type: Any Audio:
Created: 2006-10-03 05:10:51 Modified: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
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Song: 6  6   -8     8    8  
I was eight years old

 6   -8  8    8   8  -9   8 -8  -8
and run-ning with a dime in my hand

 6  6  6   7   -8  -8  -8   7 
In-to the bus stop to pick up

-8 -8 -8  -8   8 -8 7  7 -6
 a pa-per for my old- man -

 6  -8   8  8   8   6   6  -8   8   8  8
I'd sit on his lap in that big old Bu-ick 

 8   -9   -9 -9   8      -8    -8
and steer as we drove through town

  6   7  -8  -8  -8   6   7   
He'd tou-sle my hair and say,

 -8   -8 -8   8   -8  7   7 -6
"son take a good look a-round-

  4   4   5   6    6     
This is your home-town,

 8   8  -9   8 -8  -8
this is your home- town

  6   6   7   -8   -8   
This is your home-town,

 -8  -8   8   -8 7   7 -6
this is your home- town -

verse 2.
In `65 tension was running high at my high school
There was a lot of fights between the black and white
There was nothing you could do
Two cars at a light on a Saturday night
in the back seat there was a gun
Words were passed in a shotgun blast
Troubled times had come to my hometown
My hometown, my hometown, my hometown

 6   -8     7       7      7   -8   7        
Now Main Street's white-washed win-dows

 6  -8  8      8 -8 7
and va-cant stores- -

  7    -8    7     7    7  -8 7  
Seems like there ain't no-bod-y

 7    7   7   -8    8   8  8
wants to come down here no more

   7     -8   7    7   7  -8   7    7  
They're clos-ing down the tex-tile mill

-8  -8   -8    8    8    8  -8 7
a-cross the rail-road tracks- -
  7   7   -8    7    7    7  -8  7   7   
Fore-man says these jobs are go-ing boys

-8    8   8    -9   8 -8  -8   6
and they ain't com-ing - back to

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Your home-town, your home - town,

  7   -8   -8    8    -8 7   7 -6 
your home-town, your home - town -

verse 3.
Last night me and Kate we laid in bed
talking about getting out
Packing up our bags maybe heading south
I'm thirty-five we got a boy of our own now
Last night I sat him up behind the wheel and said
son take a good look around
This is your hometown

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