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This Part Of Town
Lyrics transcribed by: Evan Massey
Carman Irby
Scott Holcomb
Music transcribed by: Brian Sofer
Scott Holcomb
Wade Craig
John Izurieta
Verse chords:
|---4------4---|
|---4------4---|
|---4------4---|
|---6------6---|
|---6------7---|
|---4----------|
   G#m    EM7

Verse 1:
      G#m                   EM7              G#m     EM7
I was walkin' the other day     with my head down,
G#m                  EM7             G#m         EM7
    When I met a man     who had his hand out.
G#m                EM7            G#m       EM7
    So I gave him,     gave him a dollar,
G#m                      EM7             G#m         EM7
    But as I walked away     I heard him call out,

Chorus:
F#          A  E             C#      B
   "Tell me Brother, can you see the sun
F#            A      E        G#m
   From where you're standin' now?
F#           A  E   C#        B
   I've been up and I've been down,
         F#    A    E               G#m
But I've never been to this part of town."

Verse 2:
So I started thinkin' 'bout, this world we live in,
And about how far I've got my hand in.
Sometimes it seems that all we have, we have taken,
But maybe next time, won't be the forsaken.

(Chorus) 

Instead of last G#m in the chorus move to jam section:

JoJo solo over G#m > D# > Cm (x8)
Mike solo over Chorus

Verse 3:
So I went to see my girl, told her about my day.
She said, "Life can be that way.
But don't give up, don't give up, no,
'Cause where there is love, there is hope."

Chorus:
Tell me Brother, can you see the sun
From where you're standin' now?
I've been up and I've been down,
But I've never been here before.

Tell me Brother, can you see the sun
From where you're standin' now?
I've been up and I've been down,
But I've never been to this part of town.


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last updated:9/20/2001

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