Bob Dylan - Talkin World War Iii Blues Chords

 
         
         
         
         
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No chord
Standard guitar tuning:
E
A
D
G
B
E
Capo on 3 fret

Intro

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P|-----------------0------3------2------0---------------------------0--|
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O|-----0-0----0-0----0-0----0-0-0-2------------|
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harmonica:

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SomeG time ago a crazy Cdream came to me, I dDreamt I was walkin' into World War Three, GI went to the doctor theC very next day To Dsee what kinda words he could say. He said it was Ga bad dream. C I wouldn't worry 'bout it none, though, Them old dDreams 're only in your head. harmonica:

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GI said, "Hold it, Doc, a WCorld War passed through my brain." DHe said, "Nurse, get your pad, the boy's insane," GHe grabbed my arm, CI said "Ouch!" As I lDanded on the psychiatric couch, He said, G"Tell me about it." harmonica:

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GWell, the whole thing started at C3 o'clock fast, It wasD all over by quarter past. I was Gdown in the sewer with Csome little lover When I Dpeeked out from a manhole cover G Wondering Cwho turned the lights on us. harmonica:

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GWell, I got up and I Cwalked around DUp and down the lonesome town. GI stood a-wondering whicCh way to go, I lit a Dcigarette on a parking meter And walked on down the Groad. It was a Cnormal day. harmonica:

D G C D G

GWell, I rung the fallout Cshelter bell And I Dleaned my head and I gave a yell, G"Give me a string bean, I'm a Chungry man." A sDhotgun fired and away I ran. G I don't blame 'im Ctoo much though, He didn't know me. harmonica:

D G C D G

GDown at the corner by a Chot-dog stand I Dseen a man, I said, "GHowdy friend, I Cguess there's just us two." DHe screamed a bit and away he flew. G Thought I was a CCommunist. harmonica:

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GWell, I spied me a girl and Cbefore she could leave, I said "DLet's go and play Adam and Eve." I Gtook her by the hand and my Cheart it was thumpin' She said, "DHey man, you crazy or somethin', G CYou seen what happened last time they started." harmonica:

D G C D G C D G C D G

GWell, I seen your CadillacC window uptown DAnd there was nobody aroun', GI got into the Cdriver's seat And I Ddrove down 42nd Street G In my Cadillac. C Good car to driveD after a war. harmonica:

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GWell, I remember seein' some Cad, So I Dturned on my Conelrad. But I Gdidn't pay the CCon Ed bill, So the Dradio didn't work so well. G Turned on my Crecord player It was Rock-A-Day, Johnny siDngin', "Tell Your Ma, Tell Your Pa, Our Loves A-Gonna Grow Ooh-wah, Ooh-wah." harmonica:

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I was Gfeelin' kinda Clonesome and blue, I needed Dsomebody to talk to. So I Gcalled up the operCator of time DJust to hear a voice of some kind. G C "When you hear the beep It will be three o'clock," D She said that for over an hour And I hung up. harmonica:

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GWell, the doctor interrupted me Cjust about then, SayinD, "Hey I've been havin' the same old dreams, GBut mine was a little different yCou see. I dreamt the onlyD person left after the war was me. G I didn't see you around." harmonica:

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Well, Gnow time passed and Cnow it seems DEverybody's having them dreams. GEverybody Csees themselves Dwalkin' around with no one else. G C Half of the people can be part right all of the time, DSome of the people can be all right part of the time. But all of the people can't be all right all of the time. I think Abraham Lincoln said that. G C "I'll let you be in my dreams if I can be in yours," I said that. harmonica:

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