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Further On Up The Road Chords
This tab was sent to me by a friend of mine, whom has heard the Bruce Springsteen
if anyone knows the overture part of this song, please email it to me at smoke_on_the_water54@hotmail.com.

Em                    G
Where the road is dark, and the seed is sowed,
                  Em                       G
Where the gun is cocked, and the bullet's cold,
                     Em   D               Em     D
Where the miles are marked  in blood and gold,
      C               D           Em
I'll meet you further on, up the road,

Em                         G
Got on my dead man's suit, and my smilin' skull ring,
                    Em                   G
My lucky graveyard boots, and a song to sing
                 Em   D                         Em     D
I got a song to sing,    to keep me out of the cold
          C               D           Em
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,

D                        Em
Further on up the road, further on up the road,
                  Em                    G
Where the way is dark and the night is cold,
           Em    D                Em  D
One sunny mornin'  we'll rise I know,
          C               D           Em
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,

Guitar solo over: Em G x2 Em D x2 C
Em (basically the verse)

Em                    G
Now I been out in the desert, just doin' my time,
                      Em                  G
Searchin through the dust, lookin' for a sign,
                         D                          Em
If there's a light up ahead, well brother I don't know,
                Em                    B
But I got this fever, burnin' in my soul,
                   Em        D           Em   D
So let's take the good times,   as they go,
          C               D           Em
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,

G                        Em
Further on up the road, further on up the road,
                   G                        Em
Further on up the road, further on up the road,
           Em    D                Em  D
One sunny mornin'  we'll rise I know,
          C               D           Em
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,
           Em    D                Em  D
One sunny mornin'  we'll rise I know,
          C               D           Em
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,

Or if you don't want to use/don't have a capo and still wanna be in tune with the E
band:

The intro is Fm

Fm                    G#
Where the road is dark, and the seed is sowed,
                  Fm                       G#
Where the gun is cocked, and the bullet's cold,
                     Fm   D#              Fm     D#
Where the miles are marked  in blood and gold,
      C#              D#          Fm
I'll meet you further on, up the road,

Fm                         G#
Got on my dead man's suit, and my smilin' skull ring,
                    Fm                   G#
My lucky graveyard boots, and a song to sing
                 Fm   D#                        Fm     D#
I got a song to sing,    to keep me out of the cold
          C#              D#           Fm
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,

D#                       Fm
Further on up the road, further on up the road,
                  Fm                    G#
Where the way is dark and the night is cold,
           Fm    D#               Fm  D#
One sunny mornin'  we'll rise I know,
          C#              D#           Fm
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,

Guitar solo over: Fm G# x2 Fm D# x2 C#
Fm (basically the verse)

Fm                    G#
Now I been out in the desert, just doin' my time,
                      Fm                  G#
Searchin through the dust, lookin' for a sign,
                         D#                         Fm
If there's a light up ahead, well brother I don't know,
                Fm                    C
But I got this fever, burnin' in my soul,
                   Fm        D#          Fm   D#
So let's take the good times,   as they go,
          C#              D#          Fm
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,

G#                       Fm
Further on up the road, further on up the road,
                   G#                       Fm
Further on up the road, further on up the road,
           Fm    D#               Fm  D#
One sunny mornin'  we'll rise I know,
          C#              D#          Fm
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,
           Fm    D#               Fm  D#
One sunny mornin'  we'll rise I know,
          C#              D#          Fm
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,

Chords: (for with capo)

EADGBe
Em    (022000)
G     (320033)
D     (xx0232)
C     (x32010)
B     (x24442)

Chords: (for without capo)

EADGBe
Fm    (133111)
G#    (466544)
D#    (x68886)
C#    (x46664)
C     (x32010)
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Johnny Cash - Further On Up The Road Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Further On Up The Road tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Further On Up The Road Chords:

Johnny Cash, born J. R. Cash, (February 26, 1932 - September 12, 2003) was a Grammy Award-winning American country singer-songwriter. Cash is widely considered to be one of the most influential American musicians of the 20th century.

Cash was known for his deep, distinctive voice, the boom-chick-a-boom or "freight train" sound of his Tennessee Three backing band, his demeanor, and his dark clothing, which earned him the nickname "The Man in Black." He traditionally started his concerts with the introduction "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash."

Much of Cash's music, especially that of his later career, echoed themes of sorrow, moral tribulation, and redemption. His signature songs include "I Walk the Line," "Folsom Prison Blues," "Ring of Fire," "Get Rhythm," "That Old Wheel" (a duet with Hank Williams Jr.), "Cocaine Blues," and "Man in Black". He also recorded several humorous songs, such as "One Piece at a Time," "The One on the Right Is on the Left," "Dirty Old Egg-Sucking Dog," "A Boy Named Sue," and a duet with June Carter called "Jackson"; and various railroad songs, such as "Rock Island Line" and "Orange Blossom Special".

He sold over 90 million albums in his nearly fifty-year career and came to occupy a "commanding position in music history".[1]

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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