The Waterboys Red Army Blues guitar tab

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Red Army Blues by The Waterboys The Waterboys - Red Army Blues Harmonica: 7 6- 7 7- 6 7 7- 6- 7- 7 8 7- 6 RED ARMY BLUES Intro: Am - Em - Am - Em - F - Em - F - C - G 2x Soft guitar sliding intro: Am Em Am Em E|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| B|-13s-10s-13-|-12s8-------|-13s12s10s12s13s17-|-12s8------| G|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| D|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| A|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| E|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| F Em F C G E|------------|------------|------------|-----------| B|-10s-8------|-6s-5-------|-10s-8s-10--|-13s--12---| G|------------|------------|------------|-----------| D|------------|------------|------------|-----------| A|------------|------------|------------|-----------| E|------------|------------|------------|-----------| Saxofoon lick: Am F G Em Am F G Em E|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| B|-13--10--13-|-12-8-------|-13-12-10-12-13-17-|-12-8------| G|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| D|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| A|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| E|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| Am F G Em Am F G Em E|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| B|-13--10--13-|-12-8-------|-13-12-10-12-13-17-|-12-8------| G|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| D|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| A|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| E|------------|------------|-------------------|-----------| --------------------------------------- VERSE 1 ******** Am F When I left my home and my family G Em My mother said to me Am F "Son, it's not how many Germans you kill that counts G Em It's how many people you set free" Am F So I packed my bags, brushed my cap G Em Walked out into the world Am F Seventeen years old, G Em Never kissed a girl --------------------------------------- SAX **** Am F G Em X2 --------------------------------------- VERSE 2 ******** Am F Took the train to Voronezh G Em That was as far as it would go Am F Changed my sax for a uniform, G Em Bit my lip against the snow Am F I prayed for Mother Russia G Em In the summer of '43 Am F And as we drove the Germans back G Em I really believed that God was listening to me --------------------------------------- SAX **** Am F G Em X2 --------------------------------------- VERSE 3 ******** Am F Now we howled into Berlin G Em Tore the smoking buildings down Am F Raised the Red Flag high G Em Burnt the Reichstag brown Am F I saw my first American G Em Well he looked a lot like me Am F He had the same kind of farmer's face G Em Said he come from some place called Hazard, Tennessee --------------------------------------- SAX **** Am F G Em X4 --------------------------------------- VERSE 4 ******** Am F When the war was over G Em My discharge papers came Am F Me and twenty hundred others G Em Went to Stettiner for the train Am F "Kiev!" said the Commissar G Em "from there your own way home" Am F I never got to Kiev G Em We never came back home Am F Train went north to the Taiga G Em Were stripped and marched in file Am F Up the Great Siberian road G Em For miles and miles and miles and miles Am F Dressed in stripes and tatters G Em In a Gulag left to die Am F All because Comrade Stalin was scared G Em that we'd become too westernized! --------------------------------------- SAX **** Am F G Em X8 --------------------------------------- VERSE 5 ******** Am F Used to love my country G Em Used to feel so young Am F Used to believe that life G Em Was the best song ever sung Am F I would have died for my country G Em In 1945 Am F G Em But now only one thing remains X4 G Em Am The brute will to survive Am F G Em X2 --------------------------------------- SAX **** Am F G Em X8 --------------------------------------- London April 1982 On "A Pagan Place" and "The Whole Of The Moon" Tabbed by woutermoscou

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