White Tony Joe - A Rainy Night In Georgia

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Band name White Tony Joe
Song name A Rainy Night In Georgia
Tab type Chords
Added 07/13/2008
Size 1.54 kb
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From: r151431@proffa.cc.tut.fi (Rinnemaa Jyri)
Subject: CRD: A Rainy Night In Georgia, Tony Joe White

Here are chords for a Tony Joe White song, which someone asked for.
It goes something like this on the record. 

Dmaj7   Cmaj7	D

D        		G
Hov'rin by my suitcase, trying to find a warm place to
spend the night.
D		      G
Heavy rain a falling, Seems I hear your voice calling
it's alright.

Bm7		 F#m7     Bm7	           F#m7
A rainy night in Georgia, A rainy night in Georgia, I believe it's
Em          G        D  	Cmaj7
raining all over the world.

Play this after 2nd, 3rd verse:

Cmaj7               Dmaj7    Cmaj7		     Dmaj7
How many times I've wondered, it still comes out the same. No
Em7            D           Em7
matter how you look at it, think of it, you
G           F#m7  Em7  Dmaj7      Cmaj7
just got to do    your own thing.

Additional lyrics:

2. Neon signs a-flashing
   Taxicabs and buses passing through the night.
   The distant moaning of a train,
   seems to play a sad refrain to the night.

3. I find me a place in a box car,
   so I take my guitar out to pass some time.
   Late at night when it's hard to rest,
   I hold your picture to my chest and I'm alright.


 ---  J. Rinnemaa  ---