The Allman Brothers Band - Nowhere To Run Chords & Tabs


Nowhere To Run Chords & Tabs

The Allman Brothers Band Chords & Tabs

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Nowhere To Run Chords

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From: (Atasales)
Subject: Re: REQ: "No Where to Run" Allman Brothers

Since I play that song with the co writer every Sunday night (John
Prestia), I'll take this one.

First, the chords are pretty easy, so I'll just tell you what they are.
Bo Diddly intro and verse:  E to A  I play them in open position by the

No one left to run with ............
That is a variation of an F#m that plays like
g------2-----------------------------|       let ring out

to a Barre A style B chord, back to the open E chord
back to the Bo Diddly E to A
[ Tab from: ]
I will take some time to get you some of the Warren slide and Dicky lead,
but if I were you, I'd just jam it like you said.

No One To Run With Anymore
John Prestia/Dickey Betts

E        A                 E                                      E A E A
Everybody wants to know where Jimmy has gone

He left town, don't think he's comin' back home.

Tony's got a job, three kids, and a lovely wife

Workin' at the commerce bank for the rest of his life.

F#m                  B                  E
Nobody left to run with anymore
Nobody left to do the crazy things we used to do
Nobody left to run with anymore

Guitar Hook

Verse 2
I'm gonna hit the road, adios my friend

Go someplace and start all over again

Don't know where I'm goin', like a gypsy out on the

Go someplace and join a travelin' show.


Guitar Solo for verse    (Warren Slide)
Guitar Solo for Chorus (Dickey Straight)

Verse 3
I think Jimmy must of had the right idea

Packed up his stuff and moved right outta here

I don't know where he's at, but I'm sure that he's O.K.

Now I realize just what Jimmy's tryin' to say


Bo Diddley guitar part
Tight Ending!