Chords A To Town Called Jubilee

Play along with this great song by Elton John and Bernie Taupin.  Enjoy jamming with these chords to A Town Called Jubilee.

 
E 
 
G 
 
D 
 
A 
E 
 
G 
 
D 
 
A 
E 
Lily pulled a  
C 
horseshoe 
 
 
G 
from a pile of  
D 
junk
 
Said “I’m  
Am 
gonna keep thi
G 
s good luck
 
Piece of  
D 
iron 
 
in
D/F# 
side my  
A 
truck”
 
The  
E 
boy just whispered  
C 
”OK”
 
And g
G 
rabbed his old black  
D 
dog
 
As we  
Am 
piled on in and  
G 
cut out through
 
That  
D 
late 
 
No
D/F# 
vember 
 
 
A 
fog
E 
Dull as a plou
C 
ghshare 
 
 
G 
rusting in the  
D 
yard
 
Old  
Am 
Cotton grinned and  
G 
waved 
 
goodbye
 
While the  
D 
auctioneers 
 
 
D/F# 
all played  
A 
cards
 
On  
E 
every other  
C 
Sunday
 
I’d walk  
G 
down to Moe’s and  
D 
back
 
Eat a  
Am 
t-bone steak, watch a  
G 
picture 
 
show,
 
For a  
D 
dollar 
 
 
D/F# 
and a  
A 
half

 

Chorus:

F 
Come on little sister  
C 
get up offa my  
G 
knee
 
Gonna  
F 
settle down some
C 
day
 
In a town called  
G 
Ju
C/G 
bi
G7 
lee
Bb 
Come on brother Jake
F/A 
Break on out  
Fm/Ab 
and a break  
C/G 
free
 
Gonna  
F 
set things right and  
D7/F# 
set up a house
 
In a  
C/G 
town called  
Eb/G 
Ju
Bb/G 
bi
F/C 
lee 
 
 
C 

 

 
E 
 
G 
 
D 
 
A 
E 
 
G 
 
D 
 
A 

 

 
That  
E 
fog came out of no
C 
where Short  
G 
of what I can t
D 
ell
 
Hand to  
Am 
hand we passed that  
G 
bucket
 
Up and  
D 
down 
 
 
D/F# 
from the  
A 
well
E 
”Gone to Cali
C 
fornia”
 
Used to  
G 
be what folks would  
D 
say
 
Down a
Am 
round these parts if  
G 
it was me
 
I’d have  
D 
hoped that  
D/F# 
west bound  
A 
stage

 

Chorus

 

 
F 
One less halle
G 
lujah
 
A  
C/E 
little less sympa
F 
thy
F 
Lily and Jake, the  
G 
old black dog
 
A  
C/E 
pinewood box, a  
F 
rocking 
 
hor
D/F# 
se
 
All  
C/G 
gone 
 
 
C/G 
to 
 
 
Eb/G 
Ju
Bb/G 
bi
F/C 
lee 
 
 
C 

 

 
E 
 
C 
 
G 
 
D 
Am 
 
G 
 
D 
 
D/F# 
 
Am 
 
E 
 
C 
 
G 
 
D 
Am 
 
G 
 
D 
 
D/F# 
 
Am 

 

Chorus

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