Where To Now St. Peter?

 
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Bm7 
 
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I took my self a blue  
A 
cano
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And I floa
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ted 
 
like
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a leaf  
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Dazzling dancing half e
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ncha
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nt
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ed  
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D 
In my merl
A 
in 
 
slee
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p  
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Crazy 
 
was
A 
the 
 
feelin
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g
G 
Restless were  
A 
my eyes  
Bm 
G 
Insane 
 
 
A 
they 
 
took
E 
the 
 
paddles
G 
My arms they paralyzed  
F#sus4 
 
F# 

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So w
Bm 
here to now  
D 
St. 
 
Peter
E 
If it’s true I’m in yo
G 
ur 
 
hands
Bm 
I may not be  
D 
 
Christian
E 
But I’ve done all one man
G 
can
Bm 
I understand I’m on the r
D 
oad
 
Where all  
E 
that was is gone  
G 
 
So w
Bm 
here to now  
D 
St. Peter  
Esus4 
 
Show me whic
G 
h road I’m on  
A 
 
Esus4 
 
Which road I’m on  
B 
{eoc}

 
Bm7 
 
E 
B 
 
Bm7 
 
E 
 
B 

I took a sweet young foreign gun

This lazy life is short
Something for nothing always ended
With a bad report
Dirty was the day break
Sudden was the change
In such a silent place is this
Beyond the riffle range

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So w
Bm 
here to now  
D 
St. 
 
Peter
E 
If it’s true I’m in yo
G 
ur 
 
hands
Bm 
I may not be  
D 
 
Christian
E 
But I’ve done all one man
G 
can
Bm 
I understand I’m on the r
D 
oad
 
Where all  
E 
that was is gone  
G 
 
So w
Bm 
here to now  
D 
St. Peter  
Esus4 
 
Show me whic
G 
h road I’m on  
A 
 
Esus4 
 
Which road I’m on  
B 
{eoc}

 
B 
I took my self a blue  
A 
ca
G 
no
E 
e  
B 

2 Comments:

  1. William Underwood

    Why isn’t there any piano sheet music of this composition? I have a book of EJ songs but neither it nor any I find in music shops have Where to now St. Peter. If you know of any place I can attain the music I would be very grateful.

  2. I saw it once in a old music book it had a blue cover and had songs from 1969-1972. Can’t remember what it is called though.

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