Railroad Blues - Sam McGee - Taylor 314CE - Ariberto Osio





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Uploaded on Oct 3, 2010

A fast and ( for me) tricky fingers take of this classic "Railroad Blues" version wich I've played on this slightly amplified Taylor 314-CE, a good and solid guitar usually dedicatet to my acoustic trio duties.
Moving tempo under my foot there's a Shadow Stompi'Bass foot drum, a recent great add on to my set up.
I know I should have smiled at least once in the video, but the fact is that recently my monkey has left me alone on the tree... :-)
Have fun!


I went to the depots
I looked on board, ( x 2 )
Got good time here
But it's better down the road.

You can't do to me
Like you've done poor Shine, ( x 2 )
You took poor Shine woman
But sure you won't take mine.

Where was you mama
When the train left the shade, ( x 2 )
Standing in my front door
Wishing I was dead.


Two little monkeys
Playing up in a tree, ( x 2 )
One say to the other
C'mon let's make woopeee!

I met a little gipsy
In a fortune telling place, ( x 2 )
She read my mind
And then she slapped my face.

INTRO : 4/4 ll: E l E l A ll 2/4 A ll 4/4 E l l B7 C#7 B7 l E :ll

VERSE : ll: E6 l E6 l E6 l E6 l l A7 l A7 l E6 l E6 l l B7 ll 2/4 C#7 B7 ll 4/4 E6 :ll

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