Razor Face


C/E 
 
F 
 
C/E 
 
F 
C/D# 
 
C/E 
 
C/E 
 
F 
C/D# 
 
C/E 
 
C/E 
 
F 
 
Has  
C/E 
anybody here seen R
F 
azor 
 
Face
 
I  
Am 
heard he’s back  
Dm 
looking for a place to  
Em 
lay 
 
down
D#m 
 
D 
 
C# 
Am 
Must be gettin
G/B 
 
on
C 
Needs a man who’s  
Em 
young to  
Dm 
walk him  
C 
round
G/B 
Needs a man who’s  
C 
young to walk him  
Em 
round

Oh it must be hard for the likes of you to get by

In a world that you just can’t see through
And it looks so cold
How does it feel to know you can’t go home
How does it feel to know you can’t go home

 
G 
Come on  
F 
Razor Face my old  
C 
friend  
F 
G 
I’ll meet you  
F 
down by the truck stop i
C 
nn  
F 
 
With a b
Am 
ottle of booze in the  
Gm 
back of my car
 
You’re a  
F 
song on the lips of an  
D/F# 
aging 
 
star
 
C 
Razor Face, oh ama
F 
zing 
 
grace
 
Pro
C 
tects you like a g
F 
love
 
And I’ll  
Am 
never learn the  
Gm 
reason 
 
why
 
I l
F 
ove your Razor Face  
C 

3 Comments:

  1. I hate to inform you that these chords are not correct. This is one of my favorite elton tunes. I don’t have super exact chords, but in the verse, you’re looking at something like:

    C/E, F (has anybody here..)
    Am, Dm (heard he’s back…)
    Em, Ebdim (lay down) — not 100% on exact phrasing of the dim
    Dm, C/E (must be getting on)
    F, Am, Am/G, F (needs a man…)
    C/E, F, Am (needs a man…)

    And most of the chorus is correct, though most of the C’s have E in the bass, and the end is:

    Am, Dm (never learn the reason why)
    Bb, C/E (I love your razor face) not exactly sure on the phrasing of the Bb

  2. Nice thanks. Feel happy to inform me! Eventually we’ll figure out exactly how to play it 🙂

  3. Razor Face
    C7/E F C7/E F
    C/D# C7/E C7/E F
    C/D# C7/E C7/E F

    C7/E F
    Has anybody here seen Razor Face
    Am Dm E7 Eb-dim
    I heard he’s back looking for a place to lay down
    Dm Em7
    Must be getting on
    F Am C7/G F
    Needs a man who’s young to walk him round
    C/E F Am7
    Needs a man who’s young to walk him round
    C6/E. F. Am
    Oh it must be hard for the likes of you to get by
    Dm. Em. Eb-dim
    In a world that you just can’t see through
    Dm. Em7
    And it looks so cold
    F. Am. Cm7/G. F
    How does it feel to know you can’t go home
    C/E. F. Am7
    How does it feel to know you can’t go home

    G G7/F. C/E
    Come on Razor Face my old friend
    F G G7/F. C/E. F
    I’ll meet you down by the truck stop inn
    Am C7/G
    With a bottle of booze in the back of my car
    F F#-dim
    You’re a song on the lips of an aging star

    C/E. F
    Razor Face, oh amazing grace
    C/E F
    Protects you like a glove
    Am Dm
    And I’ll never learn the reason why
    Bb F. C7
    I love your Razor Face

    I think the above is closer. Thanks for your work on this site. I enjoy the chords!

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