House of the Rising Sun

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Animals - Am - No capo

* In: Am C D F - Am C E E
      Am C D F - Am E Am E
* V1-V6
* Outtro

Intro

Am C D F - Am C E E
Am C D F - Am E Am E

Verse 1 - 0:12

Am         C        D     F
There is a house in New Orleans,
Am            C      E    E
They call the Rising Sun
Am            C       D           F
And It's been the ruin of many a poor boy
Am         E         Am    Em
And God, I know, I'm one

Verse 2

Am        C     D     F
My mother was a tailor
Am  C        E         E
She sewed my new blue jeans
Am C            D        F
My father was a gambling man
Am      E   Am        Em
Down in New Orleans

Verse 3

Am      C    D        F
Now the only things a gambler needs
Am   C        E     E
Is a suitcase and a trunk
Am      C    D               F
And the only time he's satisfied
Am E             Am     E
Is when he's on a drunk

Verse 4

Am         C        D     F
Oh mothers, tell your children
Am   C        E     E
Not to do what I have done
Am            C       D           F
Spend your life in sin and misery
Am E             Am            E
In the house of the Rising Sun

Verse 5

Am      C    D        F
I've got one foot on the platform
Am   C        E     E
The other foot on the train
Am      C    D               F
I'm going back to New Orleans
Am E             Am         E
To wear the ball and chain

Verse 6

Am         C        D     F
There is a house in New Orleans,
Am            C      E    E
They call the Rising Sun
Am            C       D           F
And It's been the ruin of many a poor boy
Am         E         Am    E
And God, I know, I'm one

Outtro

Am C D F - Am C E E
Am C D F - Am E Am E

Animals (more accurate) - Am - No capo

* In: Am C D F {Am E}x2
* V1: Am C D F 
      Am C E E
      Am C D F
      Am E Am

      C D F Am E Am E
* V2
* V3
* Br: Am C D F {Am E}x2
      Am C D F {Am E}x2
      Am C D F Am E
* V4
* V5
* V6
* Out: {Am D}x3

Intro

Am C D F Am E Am E

Verse 1 - 0:12

Am         C        D     F
There is a house in New Orleans,
Am            C      E    E
They call the Rising Sun
Am            C       D           F
And It's been the ruin of many a poor boy
Am         E         Am    
And God, I know, I'm one

C D F Am E Am E

Verse 2

Am        C     D     F
My mother was a tailor
Am  C        E         E
She sewed my new blue jeans
Am C            D        F
My father was a gambling man
Am      E   Am
Down in New Orleans

C D F Am E Am E

Verse 3

Am      C    D        F
Now the only things a gambler needs
Am   C        E     E
Is a suitcase and a trunk
Am      C    D               F
And the only time he's satisfied
Am E             Am
Is when he's on a drunk

C D F Am E Am E

Bridge

Am C D F Am E Am E
Am C D F Am E Am E
Am C D F Am E

Verse 4

Am         C        D     F
Oh mothers, tell your children
Am   C        E     E
Not to do what I have done
Am            C       D           F
Spend your life in sin and misery
Am E             Am
In the house of the Rising Sun

C D F Am E Am E

Verse 5

Am      C    D        F
I've got one foot on the platform
Am   C        E     E
The other foot on the train
Am      C    D               F
I'm going back to New Orleans
Am E             Am
To wear the ball and chain

C D F Am E Am E

Verse 6

Am         C        D     F
There is a house in New Orleans,
Am            C      E    E
They call the Rising Sun
Am            C       D           F
And It's been the ruin of many a poor boy
Am         E         Am
And God, I know, I'm one

C D F Am E Am E

Outtro

Am D Am D Am D (fade out with Am & D)

Notes

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The White Buffalo - Fm - No capo

Samenvatting

Fm G# A# C#
Fm G# C
Fm G# A# C#
Fm C  Fm


Part 1

There is a house in Charming Town
     Fm       G#     C
They call the Rising Sun
         Fm       G#      A#          C#
And it's been the ruin of many a poor girl
    Fm     C        Fm
And me, oh God, I'm one.

Part 2 - 0:27

   Fm    G#            A#
If I've listened to my mama
     Fm     G#     C
Lord I'd be home today

But I was young and foolish
                      Fm
Handsome rider let me astray

Part 3 - 0:55

   Fm      G#     A#
Go tell my baby sister
          
Never do what I've done
To shun the house in Charming Town
     Fm       C      Fm
They call the Rising Sun.

Part 4


My mother, she's a tailor
                      C
She sewed my new blue jeans

My sweetheart he's a rambler
                        Fm
Lord he rides and old machine.

Break 1

Fm G# A# C#
Fm G# C
Fm G# A# C#
Fm C  Fm

Fm Fm

Part 5

        Fm           G#      A#
Now the only thing a rambler needs
                    Fm
Is a suitcase and a gun

The only time he's satisfied

Is when he's on the run.

Part 6 - 2:45

He fills his chamber up with lead
    Fm        G#      C
And takes his pain to town

The only pleasure het gets out of life
                        Fm
Is bringing another man down.

Break 2 - 3:19

Fm Fm

Part 7 - 3:44


He's got one hand on the throttle
    Fm               C
The other one on the brake
He's riding back to Redwood
   Fm                Fm
To own his father's stake.

Break 3

Fm Fm

Part 8 - 4:17

And me I wait in Charming Town
                   C
To gain my love as one

I'm staying here to end my life
                   Fm
Down in the Rising Sun.

Break 4

Outtro - 4:58

                               C#
And I'm staying here to end my life
                   Fm
Down in the Rising Sun.

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