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Original Artist - One Way Train (Chord)
Submitter: kawlijah (0) on 2/5/06
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ONE WAY TRAIN
 at  WRITTEN BY THURMAN MOORE


B
I WAS PLAYING IN A HONKY-TONK

ON THE WORN-OUT SIDE OF TOWN.
         E
I WAS PLAYING IN A HONKY-TONK
                            B
ON THE WORN-OUT SIDE OF TOWN.
            F#7                      E 
WHEN UP WALKED THIS GOOD-LOOKING WOMAN
             B                        
SHE SAID, "MAN I WANT TO SHOW YOU AROUND."

            B                                    
   THEN SHE TOOK ME FOR A RIDE, ON A ONE-ONE-ONE-WAY TRAIN.
               E                                       B
   THEN SHE TOOK ME FOR A RIDE, ON A ONE-ONE-ONE-WAY TRAIN.
            F#7             
   BY THE TIME SHE WAS THROUGH WITH ME,
         E                    B
   MY LIFE'S NEVER BEEN THE SAME.

B
LOST MY JOB AT THE HONKY-TONK,

AND MY GUITAR'S IN THE PAWN.
        E
DON'T HAVE A WASHINGTON QUARTER,
                    B
SHE TOOK AWAY MY SONG.
           F#7                    E
SHE'S A GOOD-LOOKING WOMAN WHO TOOK ME FOR A RIDE
                          B
ON A ONE-ONE-ONE-WAY TRAIN.

        B                                    
   THEN SHE TOOK ME FOR A RIDE, ON A ONE-ONE-ONE-WAY TRAIN.
               E                                       B
   THEN SHE TOOK ME FOR A RIDE, ON A ONE-ONE-ONE-WAY TRAIN.
            F#7             
   BY THE TIME SHE WAS THROUGH WITH ME,
         E                    B
   MY LIFE'S NEVER BEEN THE SAME.



Chords:

B barre chord    -  799877 
E swing chord    -  076777
F#  swing chord  -  098999

If you can barre chord use the B barre chord at the seventh 
fret and then use the swing chords at the sixth and eighth 
frets. If you want to change it to your key just move up 
or down the guitar neck. This is really a simple song to play.

A local station played this song for over two years.

If you wish to play it in A you may capo the second fret 
and still have it in the key of B. To change from 
B to A here is the formula.

B   -  A
E   -  D
F#  -  E

Enjoy.
 
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