Desolation Row: Chords
Scopri il libro sugli Accordi per Chitarra più venduto su Amazon!Intro: MI MI4 MI MI4 MI MI4 MI MI4 MI They're selling postcards of the hanging, LA MI they're painting the passports brown SI The beauty parlor is filled with sailors, LA MI the circus is in town Here comes the blind commissioner, LA MI they've got him in a trance SI One hand is tied to the tight-rope walker, LA MI the other is in his pants LA And the riot squad they're restless, MI LA they need somewhere to go MI SI As Lady and I look out tonight, LA MI MI4 MI MI4 MI from Desolation Row MI Cinderella, she seems so easy, LA MI "It takes one to know one" she smiles SI And puts her hands LA MI in her back pockets Bette Davis style And in comes Romeo, he's moaning LA MI "You Belong to Me I Believe" SI And someone says, "You're in the wrong place, LA MI my friend, you'd better leave" LA And the only sound that's left MI LA after the ambulances go MI SI LA MI Is Cinderella sweeping up on Desolation Row MI4 MI MI4 MI MI4 MI Now the moon is almost hidden, LA MI the stars are beginning to hide SI The fortune telling lady LA MI has even taken all her things inside All except for Cain and Abel LA MI and the hunchback of Notre Dame SI LA MI Everybody is making love or else expecting rain LA And the Good Samaritan, he's dressing, MI LA he's getting ready for the show MI SI He's going to the carnival LA MI MI4 MI MI4 MI tonight on Desolation Row MI Ophelia, she's 'neath the window LA MI for her I feel so afraid SI On her twenty-second birthday LA MI she already is an old maid To her, death is quite romantic LA MI she wears an iron vest SI Her profession's her religion, LA MI her sin is her lifelessness LA And though her eyes are fixed MI LA upon Noah's great rainbow MI SI LA MI She spends her time peeking into Desolation Row MI4 MI MI4 MI MI4 MI Einstein, disguised as Robin Hood LA MI with his memories in a trunk SI Passed this way an hour ago LA MI with his friend, a jealous monk Now he looked so immaculately frightful LA MI as he bummed a cigarette SI And he when off sniffing drainpipes LA MI and reciting the alphabet LA You would not think to look at him, MI LA but he was famous long ago MI SI LA MI For playing the electric violin on Desolation Row MI4 MI MI4 MI MI Dr. Filth, he keeps his world LA MI inside of a leather cup SI But all his sexless patients, LA MI they're trying to blow it up Now his nurse, some local loser, LA MI she's in charge of the cyanide hole SI And she also keeps the cards that read, LA MI "Have Mercy on His Soul" LA They all play on the penny whistles, MI LA you can hear them blow MI SI If you lean your head out far enough LA MI MI4 MI MI4 MI from Desolation Row MI Across the street they've nailed the curtains, LA MI they're getting ready for the feast SI The Phantom of the Opera LA MI in a perfect image of a priest They are spoon feeding Casanova LA MI to get him to feel more assured SI Then they'll kill him with self-confidence LA MI after poisoning him with words LA And the Phantom's shouting to skinny girls, MI LA "Get outta here if you don't know" MI SI Casanova is just being punished LA MI MI4 MI MI4 MI for going to Desolation Row" MI LA MI At midnight all the agents and the superhuman crew SI Come out and round up everyone LA MI that knows more than they do Then they bring them to the factory LA MI where the heart-attack machine SI Is strapped across their shoulders LA MI and then the kerosene LA Is brought down from the castles MI LA by insurance men who go MI Check to see that nobody SI LA MI MI4 MI MI4 is escaping to Desolation Row MI Praise be to Nero's Neptune, LA MI the Titanic sails at dawn SI LA MI Everybody's shouting, "Which side are you on?!" And Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot LA MI fighting in the captain's tower SI While calypso singers laugh at them LA MI and fishermen hold flowers LA Between the windows of the sea MI LA where lovely mermaids flow MI SI And nobody has to think LA MI MI4 MI MI4 too much about Desolation Row MI LA MI SI LA MI MI LA MI SI LA MI LA MI LA MI SI LA MI MI Yes, I received your letter yesterday, LA MI about the time the doorknob broke SI When you asked me how I was doing, LA MI was that some kind of joke All these people that you mention, yes, LA MI I know them, they're quite lame SI I had to rearrange their faces LA MI and give them all another name LA Right now, I can't read too good, MI LA don't send me no more letters no MI SI LA MI MI4 Not unless you mail them from Desolation Row MI LA MI SI LA MI MI LA MI SI LA MI LA MI LA MI SI LA MI
CreditsAutore: DYLAN BOB
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Desolation Row: Video
Desolation Row è un brano scritto e interpretato da Robert Allen Zimmerman, al secolo Bob Dylan, contenuto nell'album Highway 61 Revisited pubblicato nel 1965. Disco che storicamente viene considerato uno dei capolavori del cantautore del Minnesota, è il secondo atto della cosiddetta "trilogia elettrica". La canzone è il brano di chiusura del lato B e raggiunge i livelli più alti della sua poetica letteraria; nel 1974 Fabrizio De Andrè e Francesco De Gregori la tradussero in Via della Povertà.
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