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Down At The End Of Your Road guitar chords

From: albright@cbmvax.cbm.commodore.com (Bob Albright - Product Assurance) 
Subject: Lyrics and chords 

     Hi, 

         You'll find the chords here with the lyrics for Jack-A-Lynn, and 
     Down At The End Of Your Road. You may want to compare these lyrics to 
     others to see the missing words. The -> shows which line and [ ] shows 
     the lyrical chance. 

         Ian plays many of his songs using a capo on the 3rd, 5th, and 
     sometimes even the 7th fret. Mother Goose on the album was done on the 
     5th, but on last tour I noticed he had moved it down to the 3rd. Most 
     likely because of his vocal-cord problem. On Jack-A-Lynn the song is 
     done on the 5th. Above the lyrics are the actual chord names, but with 
     the capo on the 5th fret for example a G is shaped like an open D 
     chord without the capo. Also, these are just the chords printed and 
     not all the hammering of the pull-ups and pull-downs, positionings, 
     and the leads that Ian or Martin uses. Maybe someday I'll work out a 
     tablature to show some of the hammering that Ian uses and pass it on 
     the St. Cleve. 

     Regards, 

     Bob Albright 
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                  DOWN AT THE END OF YOUR ROAD 

Intro     Am  D  Am  D  Am  D     Am  Gm  Am  Gm 

          Am                   Gm 
Verse 1   I am your neighbor I seem most respectable 
          Am                    Gm          D# 
          But underneath I'm an nimiquitous toad 
          Am                  Gm 
          So many dreadful mishaps have befallen you 
          F           C           Am 
          Down at the end of your road 
                F             C           Am 
          And I live down the end of your road 

          Am                       Gm 
Verse 2   I'm working on ways to remove you from paradise 
          Am                                 Gm           D# 
       -> From your [ striped ] lawn and your new swimming pool 
          Am                     Gm 
          I place broken bottles in your geraniums 
          F             C         Am 
          Sabotage your gardening tools 
                F             C           Am 
          And I live down the end of your road 

          D        F          C               G 
Chorus -> By day I am a real estate [ agent ] gentleman 
            D            F          C            D 
          I deal in fine properties cheap at the price 
          F            G            C G         F 
          Under dark I plan my most devious practices 
          G                              Am       Am  Gm 
          Which you might not think very nice 

          Am                      Gm 
Verse 3   Designing a system to reverse your plumbing 
          Am                       Gm           D# 
       -> Welling up as you sit on your private throne [ Your welcome ] 
          Am                   Gm 
          All kind of vile and despicable nasties 
          F                C                Am 
          You would rather not have in your home 
                F             C           Am 
          And I live down the end of your road 

Solo      D#  F  C  F#  G#  D#  F  C  D  E 

          Am                               Gm 
Verse 4   Dispensed loathsome creatures in your drawing room 
          Am                     Gm           D# 
          Sent doggy poo-poos in your morning mail 
          Am                          Gm 
       -> Rat's heads and larks wings [ should ] set your tongues turning 
          F                    C           Am 
          And your houses will soon be for sale 
        F             C           Am          F             C           Am 
  And I live down the end of your road, Yes I live down the end of your road 
         F             C           Am          F             C           Am 
  Well I live down the end of your road, And I live down the end of your road 
  F           C           Am          F             C           Am 
  Down at the end of your road, Yes I live down the end of your road 
    F                  C           Am    F                G           Am 
  I live down at the end of your road, I live down at the end of your road 

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