Dan Fogelberg - Run For The Roses Chords & Tabs


Run For The Roses Chords & Tabs

Dan Fogelberg Chords & Tabs

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Run For The Roses Chords

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From: "Phil Jones" 

Dan Fogelberg

(Unhurried waltz temp)
(Capo to taste.  I usually capo one fret, but I am not sure
whether this is the original key or not.)

E            C#m          A            B7
E            C#m          A            B7

E            C#m          A            B7
Born in the valley, and raised in the trees
E             C#m        A       B7
Of Western Kentucky, on wobbly knees
     E       C#m          A         Am
With Mama beside you, to help you along,
         E        C#m         F#m       B7
You'll soon be a-growing up strong.
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/d/dan_fogelberg/run_for_the_roses_crd.html ]
All the long lazy mornings, in pastures of green,
The sun on your withers, the wind in your mane
Could never prepare you for what lies ahead:
The run for the roses so red.  And it's

 A           B7       G#m
Run for the roses as fast as you can
 A              B7            G#m
Your fate is delivered.  Your moment's at hand.
           A          B7             G#m         A
It's the chance of a lifetime, in a lifetime of chance,
         F#m                          B7
And it's high time you joined in the dance.
      D                           A
It's high time you joined in the dance.

E            C#m          A            B7
>From sire to sire, it's born in the blood.
     E         C#m           A            B7
The fire of a mare and the strength of a stud.
       E                 C#m                A            Am
It's breeding, and it's training, and it's something unknown,
       E            C#m          A   B7
That drives you and carries you home.    So it's 

Submitted by Philip Eric Jones