Blue Rodeo - Stage Door Chords & Tabs

 

Stage Door Chords & Tabs

Blue Rodeo Chords & Tabs

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Stage Door Chords

   
Blue Rodeo

               Tabbed by stratmaniak
		Edited by bendawg

Stage Door
Written by: Greg Keelor
CD: Palace of Gold 

Intro:
D / / /D / / /

Verse 1:
D                   F#m
I know I can't hide this fear inside
Bm               G2
Still my friends understand
D      A1   Bm     G2
Things have worked out
D       A1      D
Much as you had said


Verse 2:
D                F#m
Ain't no mystery what I need
Bm
Is understanding
    G2                  D
And your sweet sympathy
  A1           Bm                  G2
A steel string guitar and a little weed
D              A1      Bm     G2
And someone to keep me company
D          A1      D
Someone to keep me company


Chorus:
Em
Down the alley and 
A1
Through the stage door
Em       *F#-G1     *(single note F# to G1 chord)
Sometimes I wonder
A1
What I 
A1
What I do it for
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/b/blue_rodeo/stage_door_crd.html ]
Instrumental:
D/// F#m/// Bm/// G2/ A2 G2
D/ A1/ Bm A1 G1/ D/ A1/ D///
Repeat Chorus:


Verse 2:(Refrain)

D                F#m
Ain't no mystery what I need
Bm
Is understanding
    G2                  D
And your sweet sympathy
  A1           Bm                  G2
A steel string guitar and a little weed
D              A1      Bm      G2
And someone to keep me company
D          A1      D
Someone to keep me company

Outro Instrumental: (verse chords x1)
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           Chord Legend

        Eadgbe
A1      x02220
A2      577655
Bm      x24432
D       xx0232
Em	022000
F#m     244222
G1      320033
G2      355433

Editor's note: I clarified and corrected the Chord Legend, and specified the A and G chords I use.
They may be off a bit, but it works quite nicely this way, and sounds good to me.
Feel free to make improvements as necessary.  This is a great song!!!
Keelor specified this as a "country song" which he decided to write, proving once and for all that
you can't categorize all Blue Rodeo music as country.
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