Artist Eagles
Album Eagles
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Note You can replace the G9 with a G.
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Intro:
    G  C Am7  
    G  C Am7  


G             G
  Well, I'm a runnin' down the road, tryin' to loosen my load,
                        D  C
I've got seven women on my mind.
G                       D
Four that wanna own me, two that wanna stone me,
 C                         G
one says she's a friend of mine. 
        Em            C    G 
Take it easy, take it ea - sy, 
              Am                C                Em 
don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy. 
       C                    G              C           G 
Lighten up while you still can, don't even try to understand, 
            Am                 C                  G 
just find a place to make your stand and take it easy. 
 

            G 
Well, I'm a standin' on a corner in Winslow, Arizona 
                D        C 
and such a fine sight to see: 
       G                   D 
it's a girl, my Lord, in a flat bed Ford 
        C                      G 
slowin' down to take a look at me. 
         Em   D             C     G 
Come on, ba - by, don't say may - be. 
        Am                  C            Em 
I gotta know if your sweet love is gonna save me. 
       C               G                  C              G 
We may lose and we may win though we will never be here again. 
        Am               C               G 
So open up, I'm climbin' in, so take it easy. 
 
Solo:
    G       D       C 
    G       D       C       G 
    Em              C       G 
    Am      C       G 
 

            G 
Well, I'm a runnin' down the road, tryin' to loosen my load, 
                       D     C 
got a world of trouble on my mind. 
G                       D 
Lookin' for a lover who won't blow my cover, 
      C          G 
she's so hard to find. 
        Em            C    G 
Take it easy, take it ea - sy, 
              Am                C                Em 
don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy. 
         C    G             C     G 
Come on, ba - by, don't say may - be. 
        Am                 C             G 
I gotta know if your sweet love is gonna save me. 

Outro:
    C       G 
    C       G 
    C                 G  G9  C 
        Oh, we got it ea  -  sy, 
                      G  G9  C 
    we oughta take it ea  -  sy. 
    Em     
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ukeboss

this may sound weird, but instead of G9 i used DM

ukeboss

D D U U D U (island strum)

Reilly J

Switch G9 with G7

Georgia678

I feel like there’s a lot of D Majors missing as quick chord changes half a measure right before the verses kick in. Once I add those, sounds great!

Barb D

nice in Dm comment

Helen Penman

Hi is there a uke riff available for this?

TheDoctorInTheTardis

LOVE IT!!

anonymous

I like to play it at +3. ?

Liam stam

i love the 70. even tho i was not born jet

Hanzo

Got my first ukelele at 6 finally learning to play one 60 years later
This site rocks

Thank you so much for this
Ps
How about auld Lang syne by Jim Malcolm

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