Thunderhead

by Richy Mitch & The Coal Miners

107

D           F#m       Bm                 E
I can still feel the strongest hurt I've had
      G          D            F#m     Bm
I was driving an escape route I'd set up
      E                   G
Along highway nine, I was passing through Dillon
         D            F#m       Bm
When the crunching of metal bit down all around me
E                       G
Coming to a close in my chest
D                   F#m             Bm
And I looked at you dying where you had me all cornered
E                       G
Seven feet tall meeting me at a rest
 
 
D          F#m      Bm                    G              D
I left the scene unscratched, I left a million selves behind
        D                F#m     Bm
And now at the wheel sat only a coward
             G                               D
Who took his easy route and found his way to hide
       D             F#m              Bm
It's a big world I'm telling you, old man
                      G                      D
And I hate that every day, I stray further inside
         D          F#m       Bm
Well, I try to run away from being afraid of
G                          D
What Id go through if you died
 
 
       Bm          Dmaj7
So, I took to the mountains
       F#m              E
To get out while I had time
         Bm                  Dmaj7
I never was there, I'd never been there
      F#m                   E
All I left with you was my pride
         Bm                         Dmaj7
Now I'd burn this town down just to have you around
         F#m                  E
We could get you on out for a ride
       Bm                          Dmaj7
Maybe head down to Dillon, have a look at the moose
      F#m                        E
Get a couple more hours by your side
 
D                 F#7   Bm
Weren't you just alone? I've been in a hurry now
       E
Won't give myself up just yet
       G
Won't give myself up just yet
   D                 F#7      Bm
I knew something was wrong
 
I've been feeling dirtied down
      E                      G
Won't sell myself short just yet
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                  I can still feel
The strongest hurt I've had
I was driving
An escape route I'd set up
Along highway nine
I was passing through Dillon

When the crunching of metal
Bit down all around me
Coming to a close in my chest
And I looked at you dying
Where you had me all cornered
Seven feet tall, meeting me at a rest

I left the scene unscratched
I left a million selves behind
And at the wheel sat only a coward
Who took his easy route
And found his way to hide

It's a big world, I'm telling ya old man
And I hate that every day
I stray further inside
Well, I try to run away from being afraid of
What I'd go through if you died

So, I took to the mountains
To get out while I had time
I never was there
I'd never been there
All I left with you was my pride

Now I'd burn down this town
Just to have you around
We could get you on out for a ride
Maybe head down to Dillon
Have a look at the moose
Get a couple more hours by your side

Weren't you just alone?
I've been in a hurry now
Won't give myself up just yet
Won't, give myself up just yet
I knew something was wrong
I've been feeling dirtied down
Won't sell myself short just yet                
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