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Foreverly (album)
Billie Joe Armstrong & Norah Jones
"Foreverly"


1. "Roving Gambler"
2. "Long Time Gone"
3. "Lightning Express"
4. "Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine"
5. "Down In The Willow Garden"
6. "Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet?"
7. "Oh So Many Years"
8. "Barbara Allen"
9. "Rockin' Alone (In An Old Rockin' Chair)"
10. "I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail"
11. "Kentucky"
12. "Put My Little Shoes Away"



1.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           "Roving Gambler"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Intro:

e|------------------|
B|----11-11--11-11--|
G|----11-11--11-11--|
D|----11-11--11-11--|
A|-9----------------|
E|------------------| x4

F#          
I am a roving gambler I gambled all around

Whenever I meet with a deck of cards
  B            F#
I lay my money down
                   B
Lay my money down, lay my money down

F#
I had not been in Washington many more weeks than three

I met up with a pretty little girl
    B                 F#
She fell in love with me
                      B
Fell in love with me, fell in love with me

F#
She took me in her parlour, she cooled me with her fan

She whispered low in her mother's ear
  B                  F#
I love that gambling man
                        B
Love that gambling man, love that gambling man

F#
Oh daughter oh dear daughter how can you treat me so?

Leave your dear old mother
    B              F#
And with a gambler go
                   B
With a gambler go, with a gambler go

F#
My mother oh dear mother you can not understand

If you ever see me a coming back
     B                  F#
I'll be with a gambling man
                     B
With a gambling man, with a gambling man

F#
I left her here in El Paso and I wound up in Maine

I met up with a gambling man
B              F#
Got in a poker game
                     B
Got in a poker game, got in a poker game

F#
We put our money in the pot and dealt the cards around

I saw him deal from the bottom of the deck
      B                 F#
And I shot that gambler down
                       B
Shot the gambler down, shot the gambler down

F#
Well, now I'm in the jailhouse got a number for my name

The Warden said as he locked the door
      B                  F#
You've gambled your last game
                        B
Gambled your last game, gambled your last game

F#
I am a roving gambler I gambled all around

Whenever I meet with a deck of cards
  B            F#
I lay my money down
                   B
Lay my money down, lay my money down


End



2.
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                            "Long Time Gone"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Intro:                E
e|-------------------|
B|-------------------|
G|-------------------|
D|-------------------|
A|-------------------|
E|-0--2--0--2b-2b-0--|
            E
You cheated me

And made me lonely

I tried to be
          B
Your very own

              A
There'll be a day
               E
You'll want me only
           B
But when I leave
                    E
I'll be a long time gone

               A
Be a long time gone
               E
Be a long time gone
            B
Yes, when I leave
                    E
I'll be a long time gone

                E
You're gonna be sad

You're gonna be weepin'

You're gonna be blue
        B
And all alone

                  A
You'll regret the day
            E
You seen me leavin'
              B
'Cause when I leave
                    E
I'll be a long time gone

               A
Be a long time gone
               E
Be a long time gone
            B
Yes, when I leave
                    E
I'll be a long time gone

              E
You'll see my face

Through tears and sorrow

You'll miss the love
                B
You called your own

               A
Baby, there'll be
      E
No tomorrow
              B
'Cause when I leave
                    E
I'll be a long time gone

               A
Be a long time gone
               E
Be a long time gone
            B
Yes, when I leave
                    E
I'll be a long time gone

               A
Be a long time gone
               E
Be a long time gone
            B
Yes, when I leave
                    E
I'll be a long time gone
            B
Yes, when I leave
                    E
I'll be a long time gone


End


3.
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                           "Lightning Express"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Intro: C G A D7 G D7

G
The lightning express from the depot so grand
    C                  G
Had started out on its way

All of the passengers that were on board
A                      D7
Seemed to be happy and gay

   G
But one little boy who sat by himself
    C                   G
Was reading a letter he had
          C                   G
You could plainly tell by the look on his face
         A           D7          G
That the contents of it made him sad

G
The stern old conductor then started his round
       C                     G
Taking tickets from everyone there

And finally reaching the side of the boy
   A                    D7
He gruffly demanded his fare

G
"I have no ticket" the boy then replied
          C                G
"But I'll pay you back someday"
          C                   G
"Then I'll put you off at the next stop we make"
       A              D7             G
But he stopped when he heard the boy say

G
"Please Mr. Conductor
      C                  G
Don't put me off of this train

The best friend I have in this world sir
   A                D7
Is waiting for me in pain

G
Expecting to die any moment sir
    C                        G
And may not live through the day
  C                         G
I wanna reach home and kiss mother goodbye
  A        D7         G
Before God takes her away."

C G A D7 G D7

G
A girl sitting near was heard to exclaim
        C                   G
"If you put him off, it's a shame."

Taking his hand, a collection she made
    A                         D7
The boy's way was paid on the train

       G
"I'm obliged to you miss for your kindness to me."
        C                          G
"You're welcome," she said, "never fear."
     C                        G
Each time the conductor would pass through the car
    A                 D7          G
The boy's words would ring in his ear

G
"Please Mr. Conductor
      C                  G
Don't put me off of this train

The best friend I have in this world sir
   A                D7
Is waiting for me in pain

G
Expecting to die any moment sir
    C                        G
And may not live through the day
  C                         G
I wanna reach home and kiss mother goodbye
  A        D7         G
Before God takes her away."

Outro:
   C                         G
"I wanna reach home and kiss mother goodbye
  A        D7         G
Before God takes her away."


End


4.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    "Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Intro: F#

      F#
In a vine covered shack in the mountains
                                C#
Bravely fighting the battle of time
           F#                          B
There's a dear one who's weathered my sorrows
              F#            C#       F#
This is that silver haired daddy of mine

   F#
If I could recall all the heartaches
          B                         F#
Dear old daddy, I've caused you to bear
   C#                   F#
If I could erase those lines from your face
      G#                         C#
And bring back the gold to your hair

    F#
If God would but grant me the power
                                C#
Just to turn back the pages of time
     F#               B
I'd give all I own if I could but atone
         F#            C#       F#
To that silver haired daddy of mine

F#  C#  F#  B  F#  C#  F#

   F#
I know it's too late, dear old Daddy
                              C#
To repay for the sorrows and cares
             F#                    B
Though dear Mother is waiting in Heaven
          F#         C#          F#
Just to comfort and solace you there

   F#
If I could recall all the heartaches
          B                         F#
Dear old daddy, I've caused you to bear
   C#                   F#
If I could erase those lines from your face
     G#                          C#
And bring back the gold to your hair

    F#
If God would but grant me the power
                                C#
Just to turn back the pages of time
     F#               B
I'd give all I own if I could but atone
         F#            C#       F#
To that silver haired daddy of mine

     F#               B
I'd give all I own if I could but atone
         F#            C#       F#
To that silver haired daddy of mine


End


5.
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                      "Down In The Willow Garden"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Intro:
e|----|----------------------|
B|----|----------------------|
G|----|----------2-----------|
D|----|-------4-----4--------|
A|----|----4-----------4-----|
E|-4b-|-2-----------------2--| x2

     A                F#m
Down in the willow garden
      A                  F#m
Where me and my love did meet
A                F#m
As we sat a-courtin'
   A         E      A
My love fell off to sleep
  F#m             A        F#m
I had a bottle of Burgundy wine
   A                F#m
My love she did not know
A                              F#m
So I poisoned that dear little girl
A      E     F#m
On the banks below

e|----------------------|
B|----------------------|
G|----------2-----------|
D|-------4-----4--------|
A|----4-----------4-----|
E|-2-----------------2--| x2

  A                    F#m
I drew a sabre through her
   A            F#m
It was a bloody knife
  A                  F#m
I threw her in the river
      A     E        A
Which was a dreadful sign
   F#m          A    F#m
My father often told me
     A                  F#m
That money would set me free
   A                               F#m
If I would murder that dear little girl
      A        E    A
Whose name was Rose Connelly

F#m A F#m A F#m A F#m A E F#m

   A                        F#m
My father sits at his cabin door
A                      F#m
Wiping his tear-dimmed eyes
        A                   F#m
For his only son soon shall walk
   A      E        A
To yonder scaffold high
   F#m             A        F#m
My race is run, beneath the sun
    A                 F#m
The scaffold waits for me
    A                             F#m
For I did murder that dear little girl
      A        E         F#m
Whose name was Rose Connelly

F#m


End


6.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               "Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet?"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Intro: D A D

D
Who's gonna shoe your pretty little feet
                              A
Who's gonna glove your little hands
D
Who's gonna kiss your ruby red lips
D      A  D
Who-oo-oo-oo

D
Papa's gonna shoe your pretty little feet
                               A
Mama's gonna glove your little hands
D
And I'm gonna kiss your ruby red lips
D      A  D
Who-oo-oo-oo

D A D

D
Who's gonna shoe your pretty little feet
                              A
Who's gonna glove your little hands
D
Who's gonna kiss your ruby red lips
D      A  D
Who-oo-oo-oo

D
Papa's gonna shoe your pretty little feet
                               A
Mama's gonna glove your little hands
D
And I'm gonna kiss your ruby red lips
D      A  D
Who-oo-oo-oo

D A D


End


7.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           "Oh So Many Years"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

          F#
All these many years I've loved you
   B
No one has ever known
   F#                          C#
No one has ever known but you alone
     F#
I've kept it locked inside my heart
    B
And smiled through all my tears
   F#                        C#         F#
My darling, I have loved you oh so many years

F#
Each night within my lonely room
  B
I cry dear, over you
    F#                                    C#
And pray to God that things will turn out right
    F#
But when the dawn of day appears
  B
I brush away my tears
   F#                        C#         F#
My darling, I have loved you oh so many years

F# B F# C#

F# B F# C# F#

F#                            B
I'll go on pretending that my life is oh so gay
    F#                           C#
And happy dear without you by my side
     F#                               B
When all the time my heart is longing just to have you near
   F#                       C#         F#
My darling I have loved you oh so many years

F#                                        B
Maybe fate will lead us down a path where we will meet again
    F#                           C#
And then we both be free to love anew
     F#
Then one sweet kiss from your dear lips
     B
Will banish all my fears
   F#                       C#         F#
My darling I have loved you oh so many years
   F#                       C#         F#
My darling I have loved you oh so many years

F#


End


8.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            "Barbara Allen"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Intro: Bb F C F

F
T'was in the merry month of May
     Bb             F
When flowers were a-bloomin'
      Bb            F
Sweet Willie on his deathbed lay
                C       F
For the love of Barbara Allen

F
He sent his servant to the town
    Bb                 F
The town where she did dwell in
        Bb              F
Saying "Master dear has sent me here
                C       F
If your name is Barbara Allen"

F
Then slowly, slowly she got up
    Bb              F
And slowly she went to him
    Bb                F
And all she said when she got there
              C            F
"Young man, I think you're dying"

F
"Oh don't you remember the other day
     Bb             F
When we were in the tavern?
    Bb                       F
You drank your health to the ladies there
                 C       F
And you slighted Barbara Allen"

Bb F C F

F
He turned his face unto the wall
   Bb               F
He turned his back upon her
    Bb               F
"So long farewell to all my friends
           C       F
Be kind to Barbara Allen"

F
She looked to the east, she looked to the west
    Bb               F
She saw his corpse a-comin'
    Bb               F
"Oh sit him down for me" she cried
            C     F
"That I may gaze upon him"

F
The more she looked the more she grieved
    Bb             F
She bursted out to cryin'
        Bb             F
Sayin' "Pick me up and carry me home
                C    F
For I feel like I am dyin'"

Bb F C F

F
They buried Willie in the old churchyard
    Bb             F
And Barbara in the new one
     Bb                   F
From Willie's grave there grew a rose
               C       F
From Barbara's a green briar

F
They grew and grew to the old church wall
    Bb                F
And could not grow no higher
    Bb                   F
And there they died in a true love-knot
             C       F
The rosebush and the briar

Bb F C F


End


9.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               "Rockin' Alone (In an Old Rockin' Chair)"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Intro: E

E                   B
Sitting alone in an old rocking chair
  B7                     E
I saw an old mother with silvery hair
                           A
She seemed so neglected by those who should care
B                               E
Rocking alone in an old rocking chair

E                               B
Her hands were all callused and wrinkled and old
  B7                        E
A life of hard work was the story they told
                           A
And I thought of angels as I saw her there
B                               E
Rocking alone in an old rocking chair

E                           B
Bless her old heart, do you think she'd complain
       B7                         E
Though life has been bitter she'd live it again
                             A
And carry that cross that is more than her share
B                               E
Rocking alone in an old rocking chair

E                             B
It wouldn't take much just to gladden her heart
     B7                        E
Just some small remembrance on somebody's part
                            A
A letter would brighten her empty life there
B                               E
Rocking alone in an old rocking chair

E                   B
I look at her and I think "What a shame"
    B7                      E
The ones who forgot her she loves just the same
                         A
And I think of angels as I see her there
B                               E
Rocking alone in an old rocking chair

E


End


10.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 "I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

         A
"I'm not in your town to stay,"
       A
said a lady old and gray
       E                       A
to the warden of the penitentiary
         A
"I'm not in your town to stay
         A
And I'll soon be on my way
    E                               A
I'm just here to get my baby out of jail
   D                E                           A
Oh warden, I'm just here to get my baby out of jail"

            A
"I tried to raise my baby right
       A
I have prayed both day and night
        E                                A
That he wouldn't follow footsteps of his dad
       A
I have searched both far and wide
      A
And I feared that he had died
       E                                A
But at last I've found my baby here in jail
   D          E                               A
Oh warden, at last I've found my baby here in jail"

A

        A
"It was just five years today
         A
When his daddy passed away
       E                                  A
He was found beneath the snow so cold and white
             A
T'was then I bowed to take his ring
        A
And his gold watch and his chain
         E                            A
Then the county laid his daddy in the grave
    D           E                            A
Yes warden, the county laid his daddy in the grave"

        A
"I will pawn you his watch
       A
I will pawn you his chain
       E                           A
I will pawn you my diamond wedding ring
       A
I will wash all your clothes
       A
I will scrub all your floors
   E                            A
If that will get my baby out of jail
    D          E                            A
Yes warden, if that will get my baby out of jail"

       A
Then I heard the warden say
       A
to the lady old and gray:
         E                               A
"I'll go bring your darling baby to your side"
         A
Two iron gates swung wide apart
             A 
She held her darling to her heart
    E                                A
She kissed her baby boy and then she died
    D            E                                A
But smiling, she kissed her baby boy and then she died

A E A

A E A

D E A

         A
"I'm not in your town to stay,"
       A
said a lady old and gray
          E                          A
"I'm just here to get my baby out of jail
    D                E                          A
Yes warden, I'm just here to get my baby out of jail"


End


11.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                              "Kentucky"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Intro: G

   G
Kentucky
                                              D
You are the dearest land outside of Heaven to me
D
Kentucky
                                  G
I miss your laurel and your redbud trees

G
When I die,
                               D
I want to rest upon a graceful mountain so high
D
For that is
                        G
Where God will look for me

G
Kentucky
                                     D
I miss the old folks singing in the silvery moonlight
D
Kentucky
                              G
I miss the hound dogs chasin' coons

G D G

G
I know that
                                              D
My mother, dad and sweetheart are waiting for me
D
Kentucky
                 G
I will be coming soon
G
Kentucky


End


12.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       "Put My Little Shoes Away"
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                           D#
Mother dear come bathe my forehead
                G#    A#
For I'm growing very weak
D#              A#          D#
Mother let one drop of water
             A#         D#
Fall upon my burning cheek

   G#                               D#
I'm going away to leave you mother darling
              G#      A#
And remember what I say
D#                A#              D#
Do this wont you please dear mother
              A#     D#
Put my little shoes away

               A#               D#
Santa Claus he brought them to me
              G#      A#
With a lot of other things
D#            A#            D#
I believe he brought an Angel
               A#      D#
With a pair of golden wings

               A#        D#
Tell my loving little playmates
              G#        A#
That I never more will play
D#                 A#        D#
Give them all my toys but mother
              A#     D#
Put my little shoes away

   G#                              D#
I'm going away to leave you mother darling
             G#     A#
And remember what I say
D#                 A#             D#
Do this wont you please dear mother
               A#       D#
Put my little shoes away


End 






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