Ok guys (and ladies)...I've used a lot of songs here. Some have been done well, others...not so much. Harlan at Hawaii.edu is usually spot on with his tabs. This one I'm submitting is alos spot on. Great song. Enjoy. Old Tennessee - Dan Fogelberg Intro: //: D D/C# D/B A7 G/B E/C# :// D D/C# End of October D/B A7 G/B E/C# The sleepy brown woods seem to D D/C# A7 A7 G/B E/C# Nod down their heads to the Winter D D/C# D/B A7 G/B E/C# Yellows and grays paint the sad skies today G A7 D And I wonder when you're coming home Woke up one morning The wind through the window Reminded me winter was just 'round the bend Somehow I just did not see it was coming It took me by surprise again (Chorus) Em A7 D D/C# And I hear you're in San Francisco Bm Bm/A G A7 Living with your sister who's a mother to be Em A7 D D/C# And her husband's way down in Georgia Bm Bm/A G And I'm still in old Tennessee... Em A7 G Wishing you'd come home to me Verse: 3 D D/C# D/B A7 G/B E/C# Life here is easy I'm sure you recall D D/C# How it's so warm and breezy D/B A7 G/B E/C# In the summer and the fall D D/C# But winter's upon me D/B A7 And I've got no heat here G A7 Bm And I miss your fire so sweet Bm/A G A7 D Dear I miss your fire so sweet (Chorus) Gtr. Solo use chords to verse 1. Verse 1 repeated: End of October The sleepy brown woods seem to Nod down their heads to the winter Yellows and gray paint the sad skies today G A7 D D/C# And I wonder when you're coming home G A7 D D/C# I wonder when you're coming home Em A7 D I wonder when you're coming home "Old Tennessee" was written when I lived on a farm outside of Nashville, as a parody of east coast folk music. It was written about a young lady I briefly cohabited with, and her subsequent departure. (Dan Fogelberg 6/11/97).