G6Buckets of Drain, G6buckets of Dtears, G6got all them Dbuckets comin' G6out of my Dears. GBuckets of moonbeams in my Dhand, AI got all the Glove, F♯mhoney baby, A7youE can Dstand. I been meek and hard like an oak, I seen pretty people disappear like smoke. Friends will arrive, friends will disappear, if you want me, honey baby, I'll be here. Like your smile and your fingertips, like the way that you move your lips. I like the cool way you look at me, everything about you is bringing me misery. Little red wagon, little red bike, I ain't no monkey but I know what I like. I like the way you love me strong and slow, I'm taking you with me, honey baby, when I go. Life is sad, life is a bust, all you can do is do what you must. You do what you must do and you do it well, I'll do it for you, honey baby, can't you tell. BUCKETS OF RAIN- Bob Dylan BEuckets Esusof rain,E2 buckets of tEsusears E GEot allEsus them buckE2ets coming out oEsusf my ears E BAuckets of moonbeams in my hanEd A/E EStandard guitar tuning:EADGBENo capo
A G♯m11 F♯m11YEou goA/Et all Ethe love honey baby I can stand I've been meek, and hard like an oak I've seen pretty people disappear like smoke Friends will arrive, friends will disappear If you want me, honey baby I'll be here I like the smile in your fingertips I like the way that you move your hips I like the cool way you look at me Everything about you is bringing me misery Little red wagon, little red bike I ain't no monkey but I know what I like I like the way you love me strong and slow I'm taking you with me honey baby when I go Life is sad, life is a bust All you can do is do what you must You do what you must do, and you do it well I'll do it for you, honey baby can't you tell? CHORDS:
E Esus E2 A A6
B C♯m11 F♯m11D6+9 A♭m7+5 NOTE: I'm not really that sure about this one, I just know it sounds much better than playing it in standard version. This is just a general outline- listen to the record to really get it. Also, it's hard to explain, but you need to slide on and off the 000102 and 000304 shapes when they appear. FROM: Blood on the Tracks, 1975.