GBaby, I really,C really loDve you now. G GI think you should stop your Ccryin'; D CHere my kerchief to dry your eyeDs, CYou know that I love you,D yea-eah-eah. GGroovy; Dhere IEm am: D Come rub it 'Cpon me belly Bm Like a guavaAm jelly.G GDamsel, hDere IEm stand: D Come rubC it 'pon me beBmlly Like-a guava AmjelGly.Standard guitar tuning:EADGBENo capo
G C G Am Gb. THIS TRAIN GThis train C- mm - mm - mm; GThis train is Cbound to glory G- this train;
C D G CTalkiGn' 'bout ma: this train is bound to glory - this train: GThis train is bouCnd to glory, DThis train carry no un'oly;
G C D GThis D4train - DI'm a-D4talkin' 'bout: this train. GWhen I was just Ca kid, My mommGy used to sing this song. C Now I've gBmrown to be a maAmn, Well, it stilGl lingAmers deep down iBmn my soul; I said, it stGill linBmgers deep downAm in my soul. CI'm talkin' 'bout: tGhis train iCs bound to glory - thGis trCain; G
G C G D D4 DTD4his train is bound to glory - this train; GThis train is bouCnd to glory, DO dis 'ere train carry no un'oly. GThis train - I'mD a-talkin' 'boutG: this tDrain.
G C GC. CORNERSTONE The stoGne that the builder reCfuse G C Will always Gbe the headC cornerstone-a; G C The stoGne that the builder reCfuse G C Will always Gbe the headC cornerstone. G C DYou're a builderG, baby; CHere I am, a stoGne. DDon't you pick aGnd refuse me, G'Cause the things peopleC refuse Are the thinGgs they should chCoose. Do youG 'ear me? DHear what I say! GStone that the bCuilder rGefuse C Will Galways beC the head GcornerstCone-a; The stone Gthat the builder rCefuse, yeaGh! ? C WillG always beC the head GcornerstCone. DYou're a builder, bGaby; CWo, here I am, a stGone! DDon't you pick and refuGse me, G'Cause the t'ings peopleC refuse GAre the things they shouCld use; GThe things people refuseC GAre the things they shouCld use. GDo you 'ear me? DHear what I say! GStone dat them bCuilder rGefuse C WillG always beC the head GcornerstCone-a; The stone Gthat dem builder reCfuse G C
G C Bm D C♯WillC alwayBms be the head cornerstone.
C A C AGComma, comma, coCme back here, GMy-y young ladyC; GComma, comma, coCme back here to me, GMy-y young ladyC, yeah! GJus' while I thCought GEverything was rCunning smooth, G CShe left me GWhile I wasC in the mood. GNow I'm caCllin' to you, GBut my wCorld is relying for you to: GComma, comma, coCme back here, GMy-y young ladCy, yeah! GComma, comma, coCme back here to me, GMy-y young ladCy! GJus' while I thoCught GEverything was rCunning smooth. GYou know I love Cyou; Oh now I love you. /fadeout/ [e]. DEWDROPS 63 - 63 52 55 42 43 42 55 - 63 Mm-mm-hm. GI've been searchin' the Bmwhole darn day AmFor a little woman of mGine - mine - mine - mine. GSomeone a-told me I could fBmind her here But it seAmem she disappGear. GSaid, I searched the whoBmle darn day; AmNight is drawingG nigh. GI t'ink I'd bBmetter go home; AmTry tomorrow agaGin. GBut when I reached that Bmrailroad station, AmI missed the lasGt train, And thCen it seemBmed like dewdrops AmGonna fall on me; G CYes, it Bmseem like teardrops AmGonna call Don me Gnow. GI said, I'd better make Bmup my mind AmWhat am I gonna Gdo. GAm I gonna rest Bmup here, AmOr am I gonna push on thGrough? GMy mind say, "Hey, man, Bmya hit the road." AmDown there I missed the Gtrack - track - track; GI'm lostEm! Lord, I'm lost, eh! CLove is such a Dheavy load! G And thenC: for crying out loud, Gcome back to me! For cryiCng out loud, hear my Gplea! For cryiCng out loud, come bacGk to me! WAmhy do you treaCt me so bad? G WAmhy do you treaCt me so bad? G GMm - mm - mm - mm -Bm bam, bam.
Bomf. STIR IT UP GLet's stCir it up! GStir it upC, littDle darlin'; GStir it up. Yaga, yaga. CLittle dDarlin', stir it Gup. Mm. CLittle dDarlin'. GIt's been a long, long time CSince I've Cgot you on my Gmind, o-oh. C D GNow you are here CIt's so Dclear: GSee what we could do, CJust youD and me, yea-eah! GLet's stir it up! CLittle dDarlin', Gstir it up! Oh, come on, woman! CLittle dDarlin', come on!G Stir it up. ... CLittle dDarlin'. GI'll push the wCood, blaze tGhe fire; C GSatisfy Cyour hearGt desire. C GI'll a-sCtir it, Gyeah - eveCry minute, yeah! GAll you got to Cdo, honey, Keep iGt in it.C GLet's stir it up! CLittle dDarlin', Glet's stir it up! CLittle dDarlin', Gstir it up! Oh, wo - wo - wo - wo-ahC, li'l dDarlin'. GLead up Amnow. G F g. I'M HURTING INSIDE AmWhen I was just Ga littleF child, Am'Appiness was thGere awhiFle. AmThen from me it Gslipped Fone day: Am'Appiness, come Gback, I Fsay, Am'Cause if you don't come - come, I gGo looking, yeah! ? ForF 'appiness. Am'Cause if you don't come - come, GI go looking now! ? FFor 'appiness. AmThen together liGke schooFl children, AmThen your hurt wGas just Fin vain. AmLord, I'm your wGeary chiFld: Am'Appiness, come Gback. OhF, I ? Am'Cause if you don't come GGonna go lookin', yeah! ? For 'Fappiness. AmAnd if you don't come, GGonna go lookin', yeah! ? For F'appiness. AmLike Jah said, IG'm a-hurFtin' inside; AmI'm a-huGrtin' inFside.