Article 25 of 816

Subject:      Re: Graham Parson
From:         acmahler@acsu.buffalo.edu
Date:         1996/11/24
Message-Id:   <Pine.GSO.3.93.961124183300.23411B-100000@autarch.acsu.buffalo.edu>
Newsgroups:   alt.guitar.tab
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The song is from when Gram Parsons was with the International Submarine
Band, on their only album, "Safe at Home".  After a _shallow_ listen, I
hear (listen to the record for the timing):

Verse 1:
    G              D
Sometimes I get upset when people treat me bad
  C                             G
I don't have time to think and so I get real mad
I pull my hair and find somewhere that I can be alone
    D                                          G
But when I do, I think of you and then I hurry home

            C                 D       G
Where I got chores to keep me busy, a clock to keep my time
  C              G                                  D
A pretty girl to love me with the same last name as mine
             C                               G
And when the flowers wilt a big old quilt to keep us warm
             D                             C                    G
I've got the sun to see your blue eyes and tonight you're in my arms

I can't promise that this is right, but it might help.