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Long Road Out of Eden

Intro: Am7 D7 Am7 D7 

Am7          D7 
Moon shining down through the palms 
Am7                   D7 
Shadows moving on the sand 
Am7                     D7 
Somebody whispering the twenty-third psalm 
Am7                D7 
Dusty rifle in his trembling hands 

Am7                     D7          
Somebody trying just to stay alive 
Am7                D7 
He got promises to keep 
Am7                D7 
Over the ocean in America 
Am7                D7 
Far away and fast asleep 

F            G               F               G       Am A9 Am 
Silent stars blinking in the blackness of an endless sky 
F           G           F       G        Am A9 Am 
Cold silver satellites, ghostly caravans passing by 
F          G        F                G      
Galaxies unfolding, new worlds being born 
Dm           Dadd9     Dm                   
Pilgrims and prodigals creeping toward the dawn 
C               E            Am 
But it's a long road out of Eden 

Am7 D7 Am7 D7 

Am7                    D7 
Music blasting from an SUV 
Am7                   D7 
On a bright and sunny day 
am7               D7 
Rolling down the interstate 
Am7               D7 
In the good ol' USA 

Am7                    D7 
Having lunch at the petroleum club 
Am7                          D7 
Smokin' fine cigars and swappin' lives 
Am7                                   D7      
He said: "gimme 'nother slice o' that barbecued brisket!" 
Am7                          D7 
"gimme 'nother piece o' that pecan pie!" 

F        G           F           G   Am A9 Am 
Freeways flickering, cell phones chiming a tune 
F               G       F        G             Am A9 Am 
We're riding to utopia, road map says we'll be arriving soon 
F               G         F               G 
Captains of the old order clinging to the reins 
Dm                Dadd9            Dm 
Assuring us these aches inside are only growing pains 
C               E           Am       
But it's a long road out of Eden 

Am C G / Am C D Am / Am C G / Am C D Am 

F                  G 
Back home I was so certain 
F                 G 
The path was very clear 
Dm                Dadd9    Dm 
But now I have to wonder: "what are we doing here?" 
F                   G 
I'm not counting on tomorrow 
F                G 
And I can't tell wrong from right 
Dm           Dadd9                Dm  
But I'd give anything to be there in your arms tonight 

Solo accomp. (A9 Em Dm Em) 

Am7 D7 Am7 D7 

Am7               D7 
Weaving down the American highway 
Am7                                         D7                                           
Through the litter and the wreckage and the cultural junk 
Am7                       D7        
Bloated with entitlement, loaded on propaganda 
Am7                   D7 
And now we're driving dazed and drunk 

Been down the road to Damascus, 
The road to Mandalay 
Am7                            D7 
Met the ghost of Caesar on the Appian way 
Am7                                        D7 
He said, "it's hard to stop this bingeing, once you get a taste." 
Am7                          D7 
"but the road to empire is a bloody stupid waste." 

F                     G    F               G 
Behold the bitten apple - the power of the tools 
Dm                    Dadd9              Dm   
But all the knowledge in the world is of no use to fools 
C               E           Am 
And it's a long road out of Eden.... 

Outro: Am7 D7 ..  

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