TRAIN LEAVES HERE THIS MORNING G. Clark & B. Leadon Eagles Eagles 1972 This song is another country addition by Leadon off the first album. I was planning on figuring it out later this week, but I sat down with it today and got it in less than 10 minutes. I was impressed. Well, enough about me, here's the song. Have fun!
This is the intro. I decided to tab it out so it would be easier to read and figure out, because Bernie plays with the chords a little. What I have here keeps repeating whenever I say E in my tab. There's also a swing feel on this, so the beats aren't all equal. Play it and you'll see what I mean. It starts the song, and continues up to the lyrics below. E Esus4 E Esus4 + + + + + + + + + e:---0-|-----0-0-----0-0-|-----0-0-----0-0-| B:---0-|-----0-0-----0-0-|-----0-0-----0-0-| G:---1-|---1-1-1---2-2-2-|---1-1-1---2-2-2-| D:---2-|---2-2-2-2-2-2-2-|-2-2-2-2---2-2-2-| A:-----|-2-------2-------|-2-------2-----2-| E:-----|-0-------0-------|-0-------0-------|
E I lost ten points just for bein' D B E In the right place at exactly the wrong time E I looked right at the facts there D B E But I may as well have been completely blind Chorus: C#m F# So if you see me walkin' all alone. C#m F# Don't look back I'm just on my way back home E There's a train leaves here this mornin' D B E I don't know what I might be on
Verses and chorus continue simile She signed me to a contract Baby said it would all be so life-long I looked around then for a reason When there wasn't somethin' more to blame it on But if time makes a difference while we're gone Tell me now and I won't be hangin' on There's a train leaves here this mornin' I don't know what I might be on
Guitar Solo: E D B E E D B E C#m F# C#m F# E D B E
Thirteen-Twenty North Columbus Was the address that I wrote down on my sleeve I don't know just what she wanted Might have been that it was gettin' time to leave And I watched as the smoker passed it on And I laughed when the joker said "lead on" Cause there's a train leaves here this mornin' I don't know what I might be on E There's a train leaves here this mornin' D B (D#) slur to E I don't know what I might be on___________