Somewhere Down The Road
?Somewhere Down the Road? Artist: Opal Words and Music by Mike Lemense From ?The Rodent?s Apprentice? 1 acoustic guitar, standard tuning, pretty fast pace G C I?m thinking, well I?ve known you a while, Am And I like the way you smile, D And you?ve left me feeling riled, G And I was hoping maybe, C You could come and save me, Am D Dsus4 D Because you know it pains me, oh yeah Bridge D G C And I?m just looking for a change G D Am But not this kind where you go away, D G C And I know that it may seem strange G D C D Dsus4 D That I feel a need to be with you every day Refrain D G D C Somewhere down the road, o somewhere down the road D G D C Somewhere down the road, o somewhere down the road D G C I will forget about this sad day, G D C D Dsus4 D And all sadness will be lost in the fray D G D C Somewhere down the road, o somewhere down the road D G D C Somewhere down the road, o somewhere down the road D G C Maybe together we?ll stay, G D C The happy ending to this life?s play, G D Am C (Slower) Somewhere down the road(x3) Additional Verses Verse 2 I feel, o so filled with madness Because of all the gladness I get and then I leave with the sadness Each and every passing day, that we are away, My life seems so far away Verse 3 I miss just talking by the fire, with nothing to acquire, But love And I miss riding down the street, Feeling fancy free, And nothing much to think of Verse 4 And as go, through the history of my mind, what?s there all the time, is you, And as I go through the journey, I?ve still had no greater time, than when I?m with you Additional Bridges (First bridge follows second verse) Second Bridge (Follows third verse) Maybe in some distant day, I will be this free again, I?ll have nothing much to say, Except I?m with you, so things are ok Third Bridge (Follows fourth verse) You keep me on my feet, You make my life so sweet, Yeah you make things better than all right, You?ve helped me live my life That?s about it, a refrain follows every bridge. You won?t be able to play this song correctly if you heard it before, as in a lot of Opal songs, the strum pattern makes the song.