Tired Eyes

Neil Young
As performed by Cowboy Junkies


[G] [C] [D] [G] [C] [D]

[G] Well he [C] shot four men
in a [D] cocaine deal
[C] and he left them [Csus2] lying [C]
in an [D] open field
[C] full old [Csus2] cars with
[D] bullet holes in the mirrors.
[C] He tried to do his [D] best
but he could [G] not.

Please take my [C] advice,
[Am] please take my [D] advice.
[Am] Open up your tired [D] eyes,
[G] open up your tired [C] eyes.

[D] [G] [C] [D] [G]

Well it [C] wasn't supposed
to go [D] down that way
[C] but they burned his [Csus2] brother
[C] they left him [D] lying in the driveway
[C] they let him [Csus2] down with nothing. [D]
[C] He tried to do his [D] best,
but he could [G] not.

Please take my [C] advice,
[Am] please take my [D] advice.
[Am] Open up your tired [D] eyes,
[G] open up your tired [C] eyes.

[D] [G] [C] [D] [G] [C] [D]

[G] Well tell me [C] more
tell me [D] more tell me more,
[C] I mean was he heavy doper,
[D] or was he just a loser?
[C] Hmm he [Csus2] was a [D] friend of yours,
[C] what do you mean
he had [D] bullet holes in his mirrors?
[C] He tried to do his [D] best
but he could [G] not.

Please take my [C] advice,
[Am] please take my [D] advice.
[Am] Open up your tired [D] eyes,
[G] open up your tired [C] eyes. [D] [G]

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Last Update: July 9, 2004
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