Tangled up in Blue
Tangled up in Blue: Chords
Video-Corso per Imparare a Suonare la Chitarra da Zero. Clicca qui.Intro: LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 LA SOL/LA Early one morning the sun was shining LA SOL/LA I was laying in bed LA SOL/LA Wondering if she'd changed at all RE If her hair was still red LA SOL/LA Her folks they said our lives together LA SOL/LA Sure was gonna be rough LA SOL/LA They never did like mama's homemade dress RE Papa's bankbook wasn't big enough MI FA#m And I was standing on the side of the road LA RE Rain falling on my shoes MI FA#m Heading out for the East Coast LA RE Lord knows I've paid some dues MI Getting through SOL RE LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 Tangled up in blue LA SOL/LA She was married when we first met LA SOL/LA Soon to be divorced LA SOL/LA I helped her out of a jam I guess RE But I used a little too much force LA SOL/LA We drove that car as far as we could LA SOL/LA Abandoned it out West LA SOL/LA Split up on a dark sad night RE Both agreeing it was best MI FA#m She turned around to look at me LA RE As I was walking away MI FA#m I heard her say over my shoulder LA RE "We'll meet again someday MI on the avenue" SOL RE LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 Tangled up in blue LA SOL/LA I had a job in the great north woods LA SOL/LA Working as a cook for a spell LA SOL/LA But I never did like it all that much RE And one day the ax just fell LA SOL/LA So I drifted down to New Orleans LA SOL/LA so I lucky was to be employed LA SOL/LA Working for a while on a fishing boat RE Right outside of Delacroix MI FA#m But all the while I was alone LA RE The past was close behind MI FA#m I seen a lot of women LA RE But she never escaped my mind MI And I just grew SOL RE LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 Tangled up in blue LA SOL/LA She was working in a topless place LA SOL/LA And I stopped in for a beer LA SOL/LA I just kept looking at the side of her face RE In the spotlight so clear LA SOL/LA And later on when the crowd thinned out LA SOL/LA I was just about to do the same LA SOL/LA She was standing there in back of my chair RE Said to me, "Don't I know your name?" MI FA#m I muttered something underneath my breath LA RE She studied the lines on my face MI FA#m I must admit I felt a little uneasy LA RE When she bent down to tie the laces MI Of my shoe SOL RE LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 Tangled up in blue LA SOL/LA She lit a burner on the stove LA SOL/LA and offered me a pipe LA SOL/LA "I thought you'd never say hello," she said, RE "You look like the silent type" LA SOL/LA Then she opened up a book of poems LA SOL/LA And handed it to me LA SOL/LA Written by an Italian poet RE From the thirteenth century MI FA#m And every one of them words rang true LA RE And glowed like burning coal MI FA#m Pouring off of every page LA RE Like it was written in my soul MI From me to you SOL RE LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 Tangled up in blue LA SOL/LA I lived with them on Montague street LA SOL/LA In a basement down the stairs LA SOL/LA There was music in the cafés at night RE And revolution in the air LA SOL/LA Then he started into dealing with slaves LA SOL/LA And something inside of him died LA SOL/LA She had to sell everything she owned RE And froze up inside MI FA#m And when it finally the bottom fell out LA RE I became withdrawn MI FA#m The only thing I knew how to do LA RE Was to keep on keeping on MI Like a bird that flew SOL RE LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 Tangled up in blue LA SOL/LA So now I'm going back again LA SOL/LA I got to get to her somehow LA SOL/LA All the people we used to know RE They're an illusion to me now LA SOL/LA Some are mathematicians LA SOL/LA Some are carpenter's wives LA SOL/LA Don't know how it all got started RE I don't know what they do with their lives MI FA#m But me I'm still on the road LA RE A-heading for another joint MI FA#m We always did feel the same LA RE We just saw it from a different point MI Of view SOL RE LA LA4 LA LA4 LA LA4 LA Tangled up in blue LA SOL/LA LA SOL/LA LA SOL/LA RE LA SOL/LA LA SOL/LA LA SOL/LA RE MI FA#m LA RE MI FA#m LA RE MI SOL RE LA
Tangled up in Blue: Video
Tangled up in Blue è un brano scritto e interpretato da Robert Zimmerman, conosciuto in tutto il mondo come il grande Bob Dylan, contenuto nell'album Blood on the Tracks pubblicato nel 1975. Disco ritenuto tra i milgiori della sua produzione negli anni '70, è frutto di un periodo difficile legato alla separazone dalla sua prima moglie. La canzone è il singolo di maggior successo dell'album ed è caratterizzata da un testo assai criptico, di difficile comprensione.