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The G movie wasn't really doing so C hot

said the D new producer to the old big G shot

its G dying on the edge of the great C Midwest

Sa D bu must tour or forever G rest.

Hey G look ma

here comes the elephant boy

C bundled all up in his corduroy

D headed down south towards Illinois

from the jungles of East St. G Paul.

G His manager sat in the office C alone

D staring at the numbers on the tele G phone

G wondering how a man could send a child C actor

to D visit in the land of the wind chill G factor.

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G Sabu was sad the whole tour C stunk

the D airlines lost the elephant's G trunk

G the roadie got the rabies and the scabies and the C flu

D they was low on morale but they was high G on.

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Sabu Visits The Twin Cities Alone  by  John Prine

"THE JOHN PRINE ANTHOLOGY: GREAT DAYS" John Prine

--DISC TWO-- --to DISC ONE--

  

  1. SABU VISITS THE TWIN CITIES ALONE   2. AUTOMOBILE   3. KILLING THE BLUES   4. DOWN BY THE SIDE OF THE ROAD   5. LIVING IN THE FUTURE   6. IT'S HAPPENING TO YOU   7. STORM WINDOWS   8. ONE RED ROSE   9. SOUVENIRS - With (Steve Goodman) 10. AIMLESS LOVE 11. THE OLDEST BABY IN THE WORLD 12. PEOPLE PUTTIN' PEOPLE DOWN 13. UNWED FATHERS 14. ANGEL FROM MONTGOMERY (Live with Bonnie Raitt) 15. LINDA GOES TO MARS 16. BAD BOY 17. SPEED OF THE SOUND OF LONELINESS (Live) 18. IT'S A BIG OLD GOOFY WORLD (Live) 19. THE SINS OF MEMPHISTO 20. ALL THE BEST Rhino Records, 1993

2. Automobile      ^    John Prine Intro: [E] [E]February morning, my car won't start today I turned the [tacet]key at 8:03 and the battery passed away Inside a' my automo[E]bile I want my automobile I want my automobile I want to drive it a[B7]ll around this wo[E]rld [E]Bride's gettin' married in the Springtime Widow's gettin married in the Fall I[tacet] got married in high school Or I wouldn't of got married at all I'd be drivin' my automob[E]ile Be drivin' my automobile Be drivin' my automobile I wanna drive it a[B7]ll around this wo[E]rld [E]Everybody said to the new groom Groom, what ya gonna be I s[tacet]aid I'm gonna be a symphony Just as soon as I find a key To my automo[E]bile I want my automobile I want my automobile A[B7]ll around this wo[e]rld Spoken: let's take a ride Instrumental: [E] [A] [B7] [E] [E]Columbus sailed the ocean Moses parted the sea D[tacet]olores left me yesterday Well, I think she took the key To my automob[E]ile I want my automobile I want my automobile Wanta drive it a[B7]ll around this wo[E]rld [E]Now I held a little bitty baby I held a woman all night W[tacet]henever I get the hiccups I hold my breath til my head gets light Then I drive my automob[E]ile Yeah I drive my automobile I drive my automobile I'm want to drive it a[B7]ll around this wo[E]rld Instrumental: [E] [A] [B7] [E] [E]February morning, my car won't start today Yeah, I tu[tacet]rned the key at 8:03 And the battery passed away Inside a' my automob[E]ile I'm drivin' my automobile Wanna my automobile Wanna drive it a[B7]ll around this wo[E]rld Go on. Spoken: [E]It is a beautiful day for a ride Hey, get your head down I can't see anything Someone give me a cigarette I don't want to take my hands off the wheel We ought to take the air filter off this sucker. So we can see what it will really do. Uh oh, it looks to me like a HOS-PITAL Zone Everybody get quiet. Shhhhhhhh. Don't wake the dead up. We're almost out. Hang on. Uh Oh here we go. Well, you can just hold it until we get to the next town.

3. Killing The Blues      ^   Rolly Salley Intro: [A] [A]Leaves were falling ..Just like embers In colors red and gold they set us on f[D]ire Burning just like a m[A]oonbeam ..in our eyes Chorus: So[E]mebody said they saw me Sw[D]inging the world by the tail Bouncing over a wh[A]ite cloud. Ki[E]lling the Bl[A]ues I [A]am guilty of something I hope you never do because there is not[D]hing Sadder than l[A]osing .. yourself in love Repeat Chorus: Instrumental: [A] [D] [A] Repeat Chorus: N[A]ow, you ask me .. Just to leave you To go out on my own and get what I ne[D]ed to You want me to f[A]ind ..what I've already had Repeat Chorus: Repeat Chorus: Repeat Chorus: Repeat Chorus: Instrumental Ending: [E] [D] [A] [E] [A]

4. Down By The Side of the Road      ^   John Prine Intro: [G] [C] [G] [C] [G] [C] [G] [G]Her Father was a failure Her Mo[C]ther was a comfort To a doctor and lawyer and Ind[G]ian Chief. The shirt ran out of buttons He l[C]ost all his marbles at a baseball game And they w[G]ent on Relief. The b[C]ank took away their dipl[G]omas They lo[C]cked them up inside of the ch[G]est And s[C]he moved away to Oklah[G]oma And got a ta[A]too on the side of her br[D]east "God-Damn, My so[G]cks are still hard" From ly[C]ing on the sofa on the night she was over In my b[G]ackyard Yeah, We was sho[C]oting the breeze out amongst the trees When a sh[G]ot rang low And left her standing d[D]own by the side of the r[G]oad D[D]own by the side of the ro[G]ad F[G]ather have mercy, Wh[C]oo Whoo Get her a nurse please She's al[G]most alone [C]I saw her hand reaching out f[G]or the telephone [C]We rather see her locked up in[G]side a home Than see her st[D]anding down by the side of the ro[G]ad D[D]own by the side of the r[G]oad He[C]adlights flashing on her sk[G]irt in the wind. Yo[C]nder comes a truck it dr[G]ove by two men. Sh[C]otgun man leaned out and said do you w[G]ant to t[D]ake a r[G]ide? O[A]ut in the pale moonlight Li[D]ght. light Light Lie Lie Lie lie Too[G] long in the hot sun S[C]he could've be Miss Wisconsin a l[G]ong time ago S[C]pent to much time inside o[G]f the early show W[C]e'd bought her a ticket but she d[G]idn't want to go She was sta[D]nding down by the side of the r[G]oad D[D]own by the side of the r[G]oad He[C]adlights flashing, caught a sk[G]irt in the wind. Yo[C]nder comes a truck it dr[G]ove by two men. Sh[C]otgun man leaned out and said do you w[G]ant to t[D]ake a r[G]ide? Ou[A]t in through the pale mo[D]onlight H[G]er Father was a failure Her Mo[C]ther was a comfort To a doctor and lawyer and In[G]dian Chief. The shirt made out of buttons He l[C]ost all his marbles at a baseball game And they w[G]ent on Relief. The b[C]ank took away their diplo[G]mas They lo[C]cked them up inside of the ch[G]est And s[C]he moved away to Ok[G]lahoma And got a tatoo on the side of her br[D]east God-Damn, M[G]y thoughts are still hard. From ly[C]ing on the sofa on the night she was over In m[G]y backyard Yeah, We was sho[C]oting the breeze out amongst the trees When a s[G]hot rang low And left her sta[D]nding down by the side of the ro[G]ad Do[D]wn by the side of the r[G]oad Do[D]wn by the side of the r[G]oad Do[D]wn by the side of the r[G]oad

5. Living In The Future      ^   John Prine Intro: [E] [E]Jehosaphat the mongrel cat Jumped off the roof to[A]day Some would say he fell but [E]I could tell He d[B7]id himself aw[E]ay His eyes weren't bright like they were the night We played checkers on the tr[A]ain God bless his soul he was a to[E]otsie roll But he's a d[B7]ead man just the s[E]ame Chorus: We are li[A]ving in the fu[E]ture I'll t[A]ell you how I k[E]now I re[A]ad it in the p[E]aper Fi[B7]fteen years a[E]go We're [A]all driving rocket sh[E]ips And ta[A]lking with our mi[E]nds And we[A]aring turquoise jew[E]elry And st[B7]anding in soup l[E]ines We're s[B7]tanding in soup li[E]nes [E]Jake the barber's lonely daughter Went down to her daddy's sh[A]op She plugged herself to the ba[E]rber pole And took a li[B7]ttle off the t[E]op Pre[E]ssure on the left, Pressure on the right Pressure in the middle of the h[A]ole I'm goin' to Maine on a fo[E]rty foot crane I'm gonna u[B7]se it for a fishin' p[E]ole Repeat Chorus: Instrumental: [E] [A] [E] [B7] [E] [E] [A] [E] [B7] [E] [E]Old Sarah Brown sells tickets down At the all night picture s[A]how Where they grind out sex and they r[E]ate it with an "X" Just to ma[B7]ke a young man's pants g[E]row [E]No tops no bottoms just hands and feet Screaming the posters out on the street Strangling the curious and the weak Hell, we g[B7]ive'em what they want to s[E]ee-O. We g[B7]ive'em what they want to s[E]ee. Repeat Chorus: Ending: We're s[B7]tanding in soup li[E]nes Instrumental Ending: [E] [A] [E] [B7] [E] [E] [A] [E] [B7] [E]

6. It's Happening To You      ^   John Prine/John Burns Intro: [D] W[D]ell, it's the same old song B[G]oy meets girl and girl meets boy - They ca[D]rry on They cl[G]ose their eyes and kiss until the - wo[D]rld is gone Oh yes, it's t[A]rue I[G]t's happening to y[D]ou [D]You know what they say They pl[G]edge their love forever then they - a[D]dd a day They h[G]old their hands so tight in the fear that o[D]ne might stray Oh yes, it's t[A]rue [G]It's happening to y[D]ou [G]It's happening to y[D]ou Chorus: [G]I loved her. S[D]he loved me too [G]We had a lot of love. N[D]ow it's all thr[A]ough A[D]nd for awhile Th[G]eir hearts beat as one as they match each other - s[D]mile for smile They da[G]nce away the night as they praise the oth[D]ers style Oh yes, it's t[A]rue I[G]t's happening to y[D]ou I[G]t's happening to y[D]ou Repeat Chorus: W[D]ell, it's the same old song B[G]oy meets girl and girl meets boy - They ca[D]rry on They cl[G]ose their eyes and kiss until the - wo[D]rld is gone Oh yes, it's t[A]rue I[G]t's happening to y[D]ou I[G]t's happening to y[D]ou

7. Storm Windows      ^   John Prine Intro: [C] [G] [D] [G]I can hear the wheels of the automobiles So f[C]ar away - just m[D]oving along through the dr[G]ifting snow [G]It's times like these when the temperatures freeze [C]I sit alone loo[D]king at the world through a st[G]orm window A[Cm]nd down on the beach - the sandman sl[G]eeps T[Cm]ime don't fly - it bounds and le[G]aps A[Cm]nd a country band that plays for ke[G]eps They play it so s[D]low [D/C] [D/B] [D/A] Chorus: [G]Don't let your b[C]aby down [D] [G]Don't let your b[C]aby down [D] [G]Don't let your b[C]aby down [D] ___________________C___G___D_____ E|---|-----|-----|---|---|---|--- B|---|-----|-----|---|---|---|--- G|---|-----|-----|---|---|---|--- D|---|-----|-----|---|---|---|--- A|---|-----|-0-2-|---|---|---|--- E|---|--3--|-----|---|---|---|--- [G]Well, the spirits were high 'til the well went dry [C]For so long the r[D]aven at my window was o[G]nly a crow [G]I bought the rights to the inside fights A[C]nd watched a man just be[D]ating his hand against a s[G]torm window [Cm]While miles away o'er hills and st[G]reams [Cm]A candle burns - A witch's dr[G]eams [Cm]And silence is golden till it sc[G]reams Right through your bo[D]nes [D/C] [D/B] [D/A] Repeat Chorus: St[D]orm windows - G[C]ee but I'm getting o[G]ld St[D]orm window - k[C]eep away the c[D]old Instrumental: [G] [C] [D] [G] [C] [D] [G] [C] [D] ___________________C___G_____ E|---|-----|-----|---|---|--- B|---|-----|-----|---|---|--- G|---|-----|-----|---|---|--- D|---|-----|-----|---|---|--- A|---|-----|-0-2-|---|---|--- E|---|--3--|-----|---|---|--- St[D]orm windows - G[C]ee but I'm getting o[G]ld St[D]orm window - k[C]eep away the c[D]old [G]I can hear the wheels of the automobiles So f[C]ar away - just m[D]oving along through the dr[G]ifting snow [G]It's times like these when the temperatures freeze [C]I sit alone loo[D]king at the world through a st[G]orm window A[Cm]nd down on the beach - the sandman sl[G]eeps T[Cm]ime don't fly - it bounds and le[G]aps A[Cm]nd a country band that plays for ke[G]eps They play it so s[D]low [D/C] [D/B] [D/A] [G]Don't let your b[C]aby down [D] [G]Don't let your b[C]aby down [D] [G]Don't let your b[C]aby down [D] ___________________C_____ E|---|-----|-----|---|--- B|---|-----|-----|---|--- G|---|-----|-----|---|--- D|---|-----|-----|---|--- A|---|-----|-0-2-|---|--- E|---|--3--|-----|---|--- ___________________C_____ E|---|-----|-----|---|--- B|---|-----|-----|---|--- G|---|-----|-----|---|--- D|---|-----|-----|---|--- A|---|-----|-0-2-|---|--- E|---|--3--|-----|---|--- ___________________C___Cm__G_____ E|---|-----|-----|---|---|---|--- B|---|-----|-----|---|---|---|--- G|---|-----|-----|---|---|---|--- D|---|-----|-----|---|---|---|--- A|---|-----|-0-2-|---|---|---|--- E|---|--3--|-----|---|---|---|---

8. One Red Rose      ^   John Prine Intro: [G] [G]The rain came down on the t[D]in roof Hardly a so[C]und was left from the bir[D]thday party [C]The kitchen light fell as[D]leep on the bedroom f[G]loor [D] M[G]e and her were tal[D]king softer [C]Than all the time be[D]fore I lost her [C]Picture sat on t[D]op of the chest-of-dr[G]awers O[C]ne red r[D]ose in the B[G]ible [C]Pressed between the H[G]oly Alpha[D]bet [Db] [C] [C]Probably wouldn't bel[D]ieve you if you t[G]old me But what I ne[C]ver knew I ne[D]ver will fo[G]rget [C] [D] [G] R[G]ainy nights get d[D]ark real early [C]Her dress was soft and her ha[D]ir was curly We da[C]nced around the t[D]able to the old ba[G]njo [D] Ra[G]iny nights were m[D]ade for lovers [C]We lay there still ben[D]eath the covers [C]And I ain't ne[D]ver felt like that bef[G]ore O[C]ne red r[D]ose in the B[G]ible [C]Pressed between the H[G]oly Alpha[D]bet [Db] [C] [C]Probably wouldn't bel[D]ieve you if you t[G]old me But what I ne[C]ver knew I ne[D]ver will fo[G]rget Instrumental: [C] [D] [G] [C] [G] [D] [Db] [C] [C] [D] [G] [C] [D] [G] O[C]ne red r[D]ose in the B[G]ible [C]Pressed between the H[G]oly Alpha[D]bet [Db] [C] [C]Probably wouldn't bel[D]ieve you if you t[G]old me But what I ne[C]ver knew I ne[D]ver will fo[G]rget What I ne[C]ver knew I ne[D]ver will for[G]get [D] [G]

9. Souvenirs      ^   John Prine Intro: [G] [C] [D] [G] [G] [C] [D] [G] [Tacet]All the snow has turned to [C]water [D]Christmas day has come and g[G]one Broken toys and faded [C]colors [D]Are all that's left to li[G]nger on [Tacet]I hate graveyards and old pawns[C]hops [D]For they always bring me te[G]ars [G]Can't forgive the way they r[C]ob me [D]Of my childhoood souven[G]irs Chorus: [D]Memories, they can't be bou[G]ghten They [D]can't be won at carnivals for f[G]ree [D]Well, it took me years, to [G]get those souvenirs And I [C]don't know how they slipped away from [D]me [G] [C] [D] [G] [G] [C] [D] [G] [Tacet]Broken hearts and dirty w[C]indows [D]Make life difficult to [G]see That's why last night and this mo[C]rning [D]Always look the same to [G]me [Tacet]I hate reading old love let[C]ters [D]For they always bring me te[G]ars I can't forgive the way they rob [C]me [D]Of my sweetheart sou[G]venirs Repeat Chorus:

10. Aimless Love      ^   John Prine Intro: [A] [A]He's just a small fry. A bit too g[D]un shy. To have his [A]heart touched without a [E]glove He looks at [A]strangers as potential da[D]ngers Trying to S[A]teal his [E]aimless l[A]ove. Love has [D]no mind. It can't spell un[A]kind It's never seen a heart shaped like a Valent[E]ine For if love [A]knew him. It'd walk up [D]to him And introd[A]uce him to an a[E]imless l[A]ove I been out walking. Kinda pillow ta[D]lking To anyo[A]ne that has the time for [E]me For there are s[A]ome folks they think that l[D]ove chokes. It ties and [A]keeps them [E]from being f[A]ree Love has [D]no mind. It can't spell un[A]kind It's never seen a heart shaped like a Valent[E]ine For if love [A]knew you. It'd walk up [D]to you And introd[A]uce you to an a[E]imless l[A]ove Instrumental: [A] [D] [A] [E] Do you look at [A]strangers as potential d[D]angers Trying to [A]steal your a[E]imless l[A]ove. Love has [D]no mind. It can't spell un[A]kind It's never seen a heart shaped like a Valent[E]ine For if love [A]knew you. It'd walk up [D]to you And introd[A]uce you to an a[E]imless l[A]ove And introd[A]uce you to an a[E]imless l[A]ove [E] [A]

11. The Oldest Baby In The World      ^   John Prine/Don Fritts [C]She's got the mind of a child And a b[F]ody peaking over the h[C]ill Well, she would if she could And she s[D7]hould but nobody w[G]ill [G7] With her n[F]ails painted red And her hair so unnaturally cu[C]rled [C/B] [Am] Well I th[F]ink that she may be The o[G]ldest baby in the wo[C]rld [C]She's tasted the night life But it's l[F]eft her with nothing but hu[C]nger And all the available men Seem to t[D7]hink that they want something you[G]nger [G7] But y[F]outh is a costume And the beauty within lies unf[C]urled [C/B] [Am] And I th[F]ink that she may be The ol[G]dest baby in the w[C]orld [C7] Fast h[F]orses win races And royal flushes beat aces And everyone's playing to k[C]eep So let's t[D7]urn out the lights And rock that old baby to sl[G]eep [C] [G] She loves the so[C]und of the rain But you k[F]now she's still afraid of the th[C]under [C]She keeps a head full of hope And a he[D7]art that's so full of wo[G]nder [G7] She may l[F]ook like a woman But she's still some daddy's little g[C]irl [C/B] [Am] And I th[F]ink that she may be The ol[G]dest baby in the wo[C]rld [C/B] [Am] Yes, I t[F]hink that she may be The ol[G]dest baby in the wo[C]rld [F] [C] [G] [C]

12. People Puttin' People Down      ^   John Prine Intro: [B] [E] [B] [F#] P[B]eople who are sad - sometimes they w[E]ear a frown And p[B]eople who are kings - sometimes they w[E]ear a crown But all the pe[B]ople who don't fit Get the o[F#]nly fun they get >From people puttin' people d[B]own [E]People puttin' people d[B]own P[B]eople without love - sometimes build a f[E]ence around The g[B]arden up above - that makes the whole wo[E]rld go 'round But all the p[B]eople who don't fit Get the o[F#]nly fun they get >From people puttin' people d[B]own [E]People puttin' people d[B]own [B7] [E]So c[B]old, some[F#]times it g[E]ets [F#]so c[B]old Y[B]ou may love your wife - you may lose your fa[E]mily You m[B]ay lose you mind - just to keep your sa[E]nity But the pe[B]ople who don't fit Get the o[F#]nly fun they get >From people puttin' people d[B]own [E]People puttin' people d[B]own Pe[B]ople that are glad - sometimes they w[E]ear a smile And pe[B]ople without dreams they walk the ex[E]tra mile But all the p[B]eople who don't fit Get the o[F#]nly fun they get >From people puttin' people d[B]own [E]People puttin' people d[B]own F[E]rom people puttin' people d[B]own [E]People puttin' people d[B]own [B7] [E]So c[B]old, some[F#]times it g[E]ets [F#]so c[B]old

13. Unwed Fathers      ^   John Prine/Bobby Braddock Intro: [G] [C] [G] In an App[G]alachian, [C]Greyhound sta[G]tion [C] She sits there wa[G]iting, [D]in a family w[G]ay 'Goodbye br[G]other, [C]Tell Mom I love h[G]er' [C] 'Tell all the ot[G]hers, [D]I'll write som[G]eday' Chorus: [G]From an teenage lo[C]ver, to an unwed mo[G]ther Kept undercover, like some bad dr[D]eam [D7] While unwed fa[G]thers, [C]they can't be bot[G]hered [C] They run like w[G]ater, [D]through a mountain st[G]ream [G]In a cold and grey town, [C]a nurse say's 'L[G]ay down' [C] 'This ain't no pla[G]yground, [D]and this ain't h[G]ome' [G]Someone's children, [C]out having chi[G]ldren [C] In a grey stone bu[G]ilding, [D]all al[G]one Repeat Chorus: Instrumental: [G] [C] [G] [C] [G] [D] [G] [G]On somewhere else bound, [C]Smokey Mountain Grey[G]hound [C] 'She bows her h[G]ead down, [D]hummin' lul[G]labys '[G]Your daddy never, [C]meant to hurt you e[G]ver' [C] 'He just don't li[G]ve here, [D]but you've got his e[G]yes' Repeat Chorus: Ending: [G]Well, they run like wa[D]ter, through a mountain str[G]eam

14. Angel From Montgomery      ^   John Prine Intro: [G] [C] [G] [C] [G] [C] [G]I am an old wo[C]man n[G]amed after my mo[C]ther My [G]old man is an[C]other ch[D7]ild that's grown o[G]ld [C] [G] [G]If dreams were lig[C]htning th[G]under was de[C]sire [G]This old house would have bu[C]rnt down a l[D7]ong time a[G]go[C] Chorus: [G]Make me an a[F]ngel that f[C]lies from Mon[G]tgom'ry Make me a po[F]ster of an [D7]old rod[G]eo[C] [G]Just give me [F]one thing that [C]I can hold on [G]to To believe in this li[C]ving is just a hard [D7]way to [G]go [C] [G] [C] [G] [G]When I was a young g[C]irl well, [G]I had me a co[C]wboy [G]He weren't much to l[C]ook at, just free rambling [G]man [C] [G] [G]But that was a lo[C]ng time a[G]nd no matter how I t[C]ry [G]The years just f[C]low by like a br[D7]oken down d[G]am.[C] [G] Repeat Chorus: [G]There's flies in the ki[C]tchen [G]I can hear 'em there buz[C]zing [G]And I ain't done no[C]thing since I [D7]woke up to[G]day. [C] [G] [G]How the hell can a p[C]erson [G]go to work in the mo[C]rning [G]And come home in the ev[C]ening and have not[D7]hing to s[G]ay. [C] [G] Repeat Chorus: Ending: [G] [C] [G] [C] (Repeat and fade)

15. Linda Goes To Mars      ^   John Prine Intro: [D] [D]I just found out yesterday that Li[G]nda goes to Mars [A]Everytime I sit and look at pictures of used c[D]ars She'll turn on her radio and [G]sit down in her chair And l[A]ook at me across the room, as if I wasn't t[D]here Chorus: O[D]h [G]My s[D]tars! My Li[G]nda's gone to Mars Well I w[A]ish she wouldn't leave me here al[D]one O[D]h [G]My s[D]tars! My Li[G]nda's gone to Mars Well, I w[A]onder if she'd bring me something h[D]ome. [D]Something, somewhere, somehow took my Li[G]nda by the hand And s[A]ecretly decoded our sacred wedding b[D]and For when the moon shines down up on our ha[G]ppy, humble home Her i[A]nner space gets tortured by some outer space unk[D]nown. Repeat Chorus: Instrumental: [D] [G] [A] [D] [D] [G] [A] [D] [D]Now I ain't seen no saucers 'cept the o[G]nes upon the shelf And i[A]f I ever seen one I'd keep it to my[D]self For if there's life out there somewhere be[G]yond this life on earth Then [A]Linda must have gone out there and got her money's wo[D]rth. Repeat Chorus: Ending: Yeah, I [A]wonder if she'd bring me something h[D]ome.

16. Bad Boy      ^   John Prine Intro: ____G___________________________C___________________________G__________ E|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------|------------- B|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------|--0---------- G|-------------|-------------|-0--0--------|-0--0--0-2-0-|----0-------- D|--0--0-------|--0--0----0--|-------2-----|-------------|------0------ A|--------2----|-------------|-------------|-------------|------------- E|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------|------------- _____________D____________G____________G_______________________________ E|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------|------------- B|-------------|-------------|-------------|-------------|------------- G|-----0-------|-------------|-------------|-------------|------------- D|-0h2-------0-|-----0-------|-2-0---------|-------------|------------- A|-------2-0---|--------0----|-----0h2-----|-------------|------------- E|-------------|----------3--|---------3---|-------------|------------- [G]I been a bad boy I been long gone I been o[C]ut there I never phone home I never g[G]ave you not one little clue where I'd b[D]een I've been a bad boy ag[G]ain. [G]I got a way of Fallin' in love With an[C]gels that don't shove You into th[G]inkin' that you are committing a s[D]in I've been a bad boy a[G]gain. I've b[G]een a bad boy ag[C]ain Now I've been a bad boy ag[G]ain And all the trouble that I'm i[D]n Makes me a bad boy ag[G]ain I've been a bad boy ag[C]ain Now I've been a bad boy ag[G]ain And all the trouble that I'm i[D]n Makes me a bad boy a[G]gain [G]I must have walked 'round In a real fog I was your b[C]est friend Now I'm a real dog I never th[G]ought that now would ever catch up with th[D]en I've been a bad boy ag[G]ain. [G]I've been a bad boy I sung a wrong song I took a left t[C]urn I stayed too long As you were th[G]inkin' that I wasn't just like all other m[D]en I've been a bad boy a[G]gain. I've b[G]een a bad boy ag[C]ain Now I've been a bad boy ag[G]ain And all the trouble that I'm i[D]n Makes me a bad boy ag[G]ain I've been a bad boy ag[C]ain Now I've been a bad boy ag[G]ain And all the trouble that I'm i[D]n Makes me a bad boy a[G]gain

17. Speed Of The Sound Of Loneliness      ^   John Prine Intro: [G] [C] [D] [G] [G] [C] [D] [G] [G]You come home late and you come home ea[C]rly [D]You come on big when you're feeling sm[G]all [G]You come home straight and you come home c[C]urly [D]Sometimes you don't come home at al[G]l Chorus: So what in the world's come o[C]ver you [D]And what in heaven's name have I d[G]one You've broken the speed of the sound of lon[C]eliness [D]You're out there running just to be on the [G]run [G]Well I got a heart that burns with a fe[C]ver [D]And I got a worried and a jealous mi[G]nd How can a love that'll last fo[C]rever [D]Get left so far b[G]ehind Repeat Chorus: Instrumental: [G] [C] [D] [G] [G] [C] [D] [G] [G]It's a mighty mean and a dreadful so[C]rrow [D]It's crossed the evil line to[G]day Well, how can you ask about tom[C]orrow [D]We ain't got one word to s[G]ay Repeat Chorus: Ending: [D]You're out there running just to be on the r[G]un [D]You're out there running just to be on the r[G]un [D]You're out there running just to be on the r[G]un [C] [G]

18. It's A Big Old Goofy World      ^   John Prine Intro: [G] [C] [D] [G] [C] [G] U[G]p in the morning Wo[C]rk like a dog Is be[D]tter than sitting Like a b[C]ump on a l[G]og Mind all your manners Be qu[C]iet as a mouse Someda[D]y you'll own a home That's a b[C]ig as a ho[G]use [G]I know a fella He e[C]ats like a horse Kno[D]cks his old balls Round the o[C]ld golf co[G]urse You oughta see his wife She's a c[C]ute litle dish She sm[D]okes like a chimney And dri[C]nks like a f[G]ish Chorus: [G]There's a big old goofy man Dancing with a b[C]ig old goofy girl O[D]oh Baby .. It's a big old goofy wo[G]rld [G]Elvis had a woman With a h[C]ead like a rock I wi[D]shed I had a woman That m[C]ade my knees k[G]nock She'd sing like an angel And e[C]at like a bird And i[D]f I wrote a song She'd know ev[C]ery single wo[G]rd Repeat Chorus: Instrumental: [G] [C] [D] [C] [G] [G]Kiss a little baby G[C]ive the world a smile And i[D]f you take an inch Give 'e[C]m back a m[G]ile Cause if you lie like a rug And you d[C]on't give a damn You're ne[D]ver gonna be As ha[C]ppy as a c[G]lam [G]I'm sitting in a hotel Tr[C]ying to write a song My he[D]ad is just as empty As t[C]he day is l[G]ong Why it's clear as a bell I sh[C]ould have gone to school I'd be w[D]ise as an owl Stead of s[C]tubborn as a m[G]ule. Repeat Chorus: Ending: O[D]oh Baby .. It's a big old goofy wo[G]rld Repeat and fade: [G] [C] [D] [C] [G]

19. The Sins Of Memphisto      ^   John Prine Intro: ___C______F_C__________G_C_________F_C_________G_C____ E|---0---------|---0-------|---0-------|---0-------|-- B|-1---1--6-5--|-1---1-3-1-|-1---1-6-5-|-1---1-3-1-|-- G|-------------|-----------|-----------|-----------|-- D|-------------|-----------|-----------|-----------|-- A|-------------|-----------|-----------|-----------|-- E|-------------|-----------|-----------|-----------|-- Chorus: [C]From the Be[F]lls of St. Mary To the Co[C]unt of Monte Cristo No[G]thing can stop Nothing can stop Nothing can stop The S[F]ins of Memphis[C]to ___C______F_C____C______G_C______ E|---0---------|---0----------|-- B|-1---1--6-5--|-1---1--3-1---|-- G|-------------|--------------|-- D|-------------|--------------|-- A|-------------|--------------|-- E|-------------|--------------|-- [G]Sally used to play with her Hula Hoops [F]Now, she tells her problems to therapy groups Gr[G]andpa's on the front lawn staring at a rake Won[F]dering if his marriage was a terrible mistake I'm si[G]tting on the front steps drinking Orange Crush Won[F]dering if it's possible for me to still blush Uh Huh ___C______F_C_____ E|---0---------|-- B|-1---1--6-5--|-- G|-------------|-- D|-------------|-- A|-------------|-- E|-------------|-- Oh, Yeah ___C______G_C_____ E|---0---------|-- B|-1---1--3-1--|-- G|-------------|-- D|-------------|-- A|-------------|-- E|-------------|-- A [G]boy on a bike with courderoy slacks S[F]leeps in the river by the railroad tracks He wa[G]its for the whistle on the train to scream So [F]he can close his eyes and begin to dream. Uh Huh ___C______F_C_____ E|---0---------|-- B|-1---1--6-5--|-- G|-------------|-- D|-------------|-- A|-------------|-- E|-------------|-- Oh, Yeah ___C______G_C_____ E|---0---------|-- B|-1---1--3-1--|-- G|-------------|-- D|-------------|-- A|-------------|-- E|-------------|-- Repeat Chorus: ___C______F_C____C______G_C______ E|---0---------|---0----------|-- B|-1---1--6-5--|-1---1--3-1---|-- G|-------------|--------------|-- D|-------------|--------------|-- A|-------------|--------------|-- E|-------------|--------------|-- The ha[G]nds on his watch spin slowly around With his m[F]ind on a bus that goes all over town Lo[G]oking at the babies and the factories And lis[F]tening to the music of Mister Squeeze As [G]if by magic or remote control He finds a pi[F]ece of a puzzle that he missed in his soul Uh Huh ___C______F_C_____ E|---0---------|-- B|-1---1--6-5--|-- G|-------------|-- D|-------------|-- A|-------------|-- E|-------------|-- Oh, Yeah ___C______G_C_____ E|---0---------|-- B|-1---1--3-1--|-- G|-------------|-- D|-------------|-- A|-------------|-- E|-------------|-- Repeat Chorus: A[G]dam and Eve and Lucy and Ricky B[F]it the Big Apple and got a little sticky Esmer[G]alda and the Hunchback of Notre Dame They h[F]umped each other like they had no shame They p[G]aused as the posed for a Polaroid photo She wh[F]ispered in his ear "Exactly Odo ... Quasi Mo[C]do" ___C______F_C____C______G_C______ E|---0---------|---0----------|-- B|-1---1--6-5--|-1---1--3-1---|-- G|-------------|--------------|-- D|-------------|--------------|-- A|-------------|--------------|-- E|-------------|--------------|-- Repeat Chorus: Sa[G]lly used to play with her Hula Hoops No[F]w, she tells her problems to therapy groups Uh Huh ___C______F_C_____ E|---0---------|-- B|-1---1--6-5--|-- G|-------------|-- D|-------------|-- A|-------------|-- E|-------------|-- Oh, Yeah ___C______G_C_____ E|---0---------|-- B|-1---1--3-1--|-- G|-------------|-- D|-------------|-- A|-------------|-- E|-------------|-- ___C______F_C____C______G_C______ E|---0---------|---0----------|-- B|-1---1--6-5--|-1---1--3-1---|-- G|-------------|--------------|-- D|-------------|--------------|-- A|-------------|--------------|-- E|-------------|--------------|--

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John prine (born october 10, 1946 in maywood, illinois-died april 7, 2020 in nashville, tennessee) was an american country/folk singer-songwriter who has achieved widespread critical (and some commercial) success since the early 1970s. the son of william prine and verna hamm, his grandfather had played guitar with merle travis and he started playing guitar himself at 14 years old. he was a postman for 5 years and spent a couple of years in the army before starting his musical career in the chicago area. read more on last.fm, other songs:.

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The Meaning Behind The Song: Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone by John Prine

The meaning behind the song: “sabu visits the twin cities alone” by john prine.

John Prine’s “Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone” is a poignant and introspective song that delves into the feelings of isolation and detachment. Released in 1971 as part of his self-titled album, the track showcases Prine’s exceptional songwriting abilities and his unique ability to capture human emotions in a deeply relatable way.

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At its core, “Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone” explores the universal themes of loneliness, longing, and the search for meaning. Prine masterfully weaves together vivid imagery and metaphors to portray the inner turmoil of a character who feels disconnected from the world around them. The song draws inspiration from the Golden Age of Hollywood and presents a fictional account of Sabu, an Indian-born actor who gained fame in the 1940s.

Prine’s lyrics create a vivid narrative that invites listeners to empathize with Sabu’s struggles. The protagonist, who is renowned for his on-screen charm, faces solitude and anonymity when he ventures into the Twin Cities without his usual entourage. This tale serves as a metaphor for the universal experience of feeling alone in a crowded room, where external recognition does little to assuage one’s inner emptiness.

The haunting melody and Prine’s soulful delivery add further depth to the song, evoking a sense of melancholy that resonates with audiences. From the opening lines to the closing notes, “Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone” serves as a somber reflection on the transient nature of fame and the longing for a genuine connection.

Frequently Asked Questions about “Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone”

1. what inspired john prine to write “sabu visits the twin cities alone”.

John Prine drew inspiration for this song from his observations of human loneliness and the disconnect felt even by those who seemingly have it all. The character of Sabu serves as a metaphor for this experience.

2. Is the song based on a true story?

No, “Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone” is a fictional narrative created by John Prine to convey the emotions and themes he wanted to explore through the song.

3. Does the song have any personal significance to John Prine?

While Prine has never explicitly spoken about any personal connection to the song, it can be inferred that the feelings of isolation and longing depicted in the lyrics resonate with him on some level.

4. What is the significance of the Twin Cities in the song?

The Twin Cities, referring to Minneapolis and St. Paul, represent a bustling urban environment where even in a crowd, one can feel alone. They symbolize the contrast between external recognition and internal emotions.

5. How does the song explore the theme of fame?

“Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone” offers a glimpse into the darker side of fame, highlighting how even those in the public eye can experience a sense of isolation and emptiness behind the facade of success.

6. What role does the Golden Age of Hollywood play in the song?

The song draws on the glamorous era of Hollywood to illustrate the stark contrast between the on-screen personas of actors and their private lives. The character of Sabu embodies this dichotomy.

7. How does John Prine’s delivery enhance the emotional impact of the song?

Prine’s soulful rendition and the haunting melody add layers of depth to the lyrics, intensifying the emotional impact and allowing listeners to immerse themselves in the protagonist’s feelings of isolation.

8. Are there any covers or notable renditions of the song?

Over the years, various artists have covered “Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone,” including Jason Isbell, Todd Snider, and Iris DeMent. Each rendition brings a unique interpretation to the song while staying true to its emotional core.

9. What other songs by John Prine explore similar themes?

John Prine’s discography is replete with introspective and emotive songs. “Hello in There” and “Sam Stone” are two notable examples that delve into themes of loneliness, isolation, and the complexity of human experiences.

10. What impact has “Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone” had on Prine’s career?

While the song may not have achieved widespread commercial success, it has become a beloved fan favorite and emblematic of John Prine’s ability to craft compelling narratives that resonate with listeners on an emotional level.

11. How does “Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone” resonate with audiences today?

The song’s exploration of loneliness and the pursuit of genuine connections continues to be relevant in today’s fast-paced, interconnected world. It serves as a reminder that fame and recognition do not guarantee fulfillment.

12. What are some other notable songs from John Prine’s self-titled album?

Aside from “Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone,” John Prine’s self-titled album features memorable tracks such as “Angel from Montgomery,” “Sam Stone,” and “Paradise.” Each song showcases Prine’s exceptional storytelling abilities and his unique perspective on the human experience.

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