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  1. 1. : ahangeling 2 i{er Madly 12 ::. DownSoLong 7 -. i{issBy MyWindow16 -'"-oman 46 .---..rica 0 2 , - -rth House26 : , , -,n g K i n g S n a k e 0 .: 3 - - SP (TexasRadio and the Big Beat) 34 - :: Oo The Storm 38 . ..)oor Man 42 : .:-:0UIOrS: ' - .- ,::rlted - :.=:, London WlV 5TZ, England. .----T,Limited ,. -. : -{r'enue, Rosebery, NSW2018, Australia. . ::t authorised salein for :::es of Americaor Canada 1995 Wise Publications by - r: , :.lroduction of anypart ofthis publication any by - : -i-.g photocopyingis an infringement of copyright . -:. :esign by Carl Cossick - , - :; s1f,gllHamick :- :'. S:udioTwenty ' -. -.--:redKingdomby - --:,::ed, Thedord, . Norfolk --:arantee Quality of - -: : ; : striveto produceeverybookto the highestcommercial -' -...: endeavouring retainthe originalrunning order of the to . : r - -. :e book hasbeencarefullydesigned minimise to . :i: rjnS, andto makeplayingfrom it a real pleasure, --- 1-: .-.as beengivento specifying acid-free, paper neutral-sized ,. - ::::..'hlorinebleachedbutproducedwith specialregard - -.-::.r Throughout. printing the andbindinghavebeen - - : -:. a srurd1'.attractive publicationwhich shouldgive ' -.::.'. Ir l our copl'failsto meetour high standards. - . -' a::d*'e *ill gladlyreplace it. -. , , :-:.ete catalogue describesthousands titlesandis of - :- . -- -,:'ursecttons by'subject. directfrom lusic Sa]es. - : -r-easofinterestandsendachequez'postalorder - -., : -:;i :o: tusic Sales Limired.egmarket Road. : - - ---. Sxfol}i IP333B rs. -':blications -': :.: S;i--.r' i.,:=:.:.a;e: 1aC::
  2. 2. ril TTIEC WordsbyJim Morrison MusicbyThe Doors O COPYRIGHT T97I DOORS MUSIC CO. ALLRIGHTS FORTHE UNITED KINGDOM. NORTHERN IRELANI) AND THE REPUBLIC OF EIRX, CONTROLLED BY RONDOR MUSIC (LONDON) LIMITED, 1OAPARSONS CRIEN, LONDON SW6 4T1f AIL RIGHTS RESER.ED. INTERNATIONAI- COPYRIGHT SECURED. Bright Rock Beat A 7(+9; Trl / 7?11 1 / (8va basso) A7(+9) A7 (+9) A7 (f 9)
  3. 3. I I .7 (+9) i down - towa, I I I - - e - - e - - - - e -e ., -- - -t -t -e
  4. 4. I had- none;- A7 (+9) J ' = _+ a) Ff' .^ fr+- - - - - J-lT Y lr- =- mon - ey,_ I had- none;- A7 (+9) nev - er been so broke could-n't Am + --= _ r - 7'77t e) t--rt t- ' J t r t ? - - . > town. I'm a :hange - ling- Am L'' Lr:g') j q".*k*"," t J r-:J I [r' I'm a
  5. 5. Am '? l 1'7Tl L t l-5 ,r- change ling see me change I n Arn x I'm the you breathe,- (Orch. ) I you greer_ qttln rm - ino etrprrl I I I I
  6. 6. Am I t J L- f T- T - r ---- 7 I live zT, I'm leav-irtg on the mid-night rrain_ gon - na see me change, change, change, change._ ( Repeat
  7. 7. BEENIX)WNSOII)NG WordsbyJim Morrison MusicbyThe Doors O COPYRIGHT I971 DOORS MTISIC CO. ALLRIGHTS FORTHE UNITED KINGDOM, NORTHERN IRIII"[) .dND THE RIPUBLIC OF EtRE, CONTROLLED By RONDOR MUSIC (LONDON) I_IMITED, 10A pAttSONS GRXEN-.t.ONDON SW6 4Tw AIL RIGHTS RXSERVED, INTERNATIOAL COPRIGHT SECURED. Well, I been down so God - damn (8va basso) Em - l lr r ..l1.al -+ ---l la) l- 4 ?-rT t j l -{ -{ tt that it - looks like up to me I > Em Am G < '') --,1 ?a''a r WelI, ' I been l down so ver - y damn ! long- l r r-r
  8. 8. Em Bb ') fi- l_t I ilr' t*{t Now, why don't one of you peo - ple - A N.C Em a ^ - l ! - l I j t-{l c'- mon and set me free? r-den, war- den, war-den,- | | f___ 'l - r I f ?r r l ,r- I ? Tl vp I l won't you break your lock and key, _ J I L t { ar - den, war - den,
  9. 9. A7 - a tzr I war - den,_ r won't you break I your lock and hl,__ Em a) fi+ r3 *._11t1-_ o JP' ""r, B eb N.C. nr- r'[ fiTr | ^ r , come a - long here, nis - ter,- c mon, a - . . . - | . Lt-l .I l t and let the poor boy b e .- l T c I I 1 *- oy, won't you get i
  10. 10. Em ta -l a - - I ? ? - r E down on your knee; I r l v ll L Ba - by, Ba - by, won't you b.t Em lS. 1) a ?, p t 11 tJn lnee.-L lvl Em Bb a) t- ilr n I C' - mon, lit-tle dar - lin' , 1(_)
  11. 11. N.C. Em a' tfiY l -'r- -r+rrrrJ Y c'- mon- and give your love to me._ ' ct-mon, Ioco A7 N .C . Em Eb7 E7 r-3 ----r 1tJ. _a and set me free! t
  12. 12. II)VEHERMADLY Wordsby RobbyKrieger Music byThe Doors O COPYRIGHT T97I DOORS MUSIC CO. AI-L RIGHTS FORTHE UNITED ICNGDOM, NORTHERN IRII-AND AND THE REPUBLIC OF EIRI, CONTROLLED BY RONDOR MUSIC (LONDON) LIMITED, 1OAPARSONS CruITI. I-ONOON STVO.lTr1 ALL RIGHTS RESERltsD. INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT SECURED, Bright Rock Beat Am 'a I r r r l t . r rrt riff{r Don't you love her mad - ly? I.-F?-t?' | 7l g 7 | | Don't vou needher bad-ly? D7 Am ') *=l f-fif' 'r | 7 l I YI -H Don'tyou loveher ways? v l T t-r.l-J f | 7 | t7' vI r r r I Tell me what you say? t2
  13. 13. love her mad - lv? be her- dad - dy? love her- face?- loveher as- she's l T l Like she did- one thou-sand times be - fore. love her ways?-
  14. 14. whatyou say love her as lk-ing our_ the door?_ 1 I All your love D9 ta) |! $7 l-l) | t J all nt. your love n r vfii f-[ I all r' your love a I Am7 D7 Am7 G r - l - ...- a) Ttf''l V ?- ''FIvFl t t l | | | | i r [ - f l F-FTf,--f.- all your love all your love is gone,_ - fEf-t-l G c -I.LL[ r-I J-l | ''L-l--U-[-f- !- So sing a lone - ly song_ o f a F L4
  15. 15. deep blue dream.- Sev-en hors-es seem- 1', J. J' IJ.IJ ? I' WT V {.,J mark. Ch,- don't you iove- her ?- D Am 'u'' -P r l_lr-f-J t r t vI Lf.J-Ta I V , =.- 7-- Don't you love her as- she's alk - ing ou the door ? .11 Am N.C ":f'r qrl --+ - > > Don't you Iove her mad - Ly? (Re4-ar a.xi fde)
  16. 16. CARSHISSBYMT WordsbyJim Morrison MusicbyThe Doors O COPYRIGHT I971 DOORS MUSIC CO. ALL RIGHTS FORTHE UNITED KINGDOM, NORTHERN IREM^I) AND THE REPUBLIC OF EIRX, CONTROLLED BY RODOR MUSIC (LONDON) LIMITED, 1OAPARSONS GREEN. LONDON SW6 4TW. AIL RICHTS RESERTD, INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHTSECURTD. Slow Blues Beat fI . . I The iars hiss by .e hf" Va i like the waves_down on the beacti._ f 'T t cars hiss_ by my win - dow_ L[.r hf"- 3 like Vl t}te waves_ down i on the 1- beach. _ 16
  17. 17. I got this girl be-side_ me, but ? I I *T Head-lights_thru my shin-ing on - the wall - l f Head-lights- thru my climb- ing on - the wall, - 1,
  18. 18. Can't hear my ba - by- hl..' va tho' I call - and call. E ' ) t 7 '__- l t: , J f f q7 T 7_a il7 . r l - . - - - - h'1' ffiI t -hr Win - dow- starts to trem-ble J witha son - ic 1E
  19. 19. f.--. V with a boom Win - dow- starts to trem-ble -J o-t 7' l ;, / 7 7. l - l l-'l - ened room. Cold girl will kill - You - Bbm6 E9 A
  20. 20. Lt WordsbyJim Morrison MusicbyThe Doors O COPYRIGHT DOORS 1971 MUSICCO.AIL RIGHTSFORTHEUNITEDKINGDOM,NORTHERN IRET.AND ANDTHE REPUBLIC EIRE.coNTRoLLED By RoNDoRMUSIC(LoNDoN) I-mnrn, toe pensots Cru;ss. r-oNooN sw6 4Tw. oF ALL RIGHTS RESERED. INTERATIONALCOPYRIGHTSECURED. Sart slowly /i ri t I 3 > > Getting gradually faster 8va basso) 20
  21. 21. F tu t Repeat d lib I took a trip down to I'A - B ll. 3A Yf to trade some beads for a pint of gold. - i- :1
  22. 22. fr . I v / l I I I'A-mer- i - ca, l'A-mer- i - ca, I'A-mer i - ca, I'A-mer - 12. B E7 2) r tr -. l- C'-mon, peo - ple, don't you without 8va E7 z) i- - -r.rv qr' 71 look so down;- You know the rain-man's com-in' to town.- ---E - 4 f-f He'Il change your weath-er, he'll change your luck,- 99
  23. 23. B N.C. T 7 I ^ (He'll e - ven reach you now to your - self ,_ h > e) I - I ' A - mer - i - ca. rt (with 8va basso) r T _ ga+++ a) f - J 1 *ffi rl'- , d . T ! ' L I r a) I - l ) 't I
  24. 24. Friend-ly stran - gers me to townr_ (without 8va basso) A A ' u l r l r all l the peo-ple_ r I l ' )ut them u f rh'*-/r down._ l l I a But r che wo - men _ r E B c I loved their ways_ P-t t) r come r a-gain some l oth t-- er- A n - tle rain, ) v r l like the gen - tle rain ftat falls. r a l ) ) a Y^ ta ) b ^ t a n 1
  25. 25. (with 8va basso) Repeat ad Getting gradually faster a ) . - - / l l l l I I'A- m e r - i - c a , I ' A - ner-i- c a , I ' A - mer- t - ca,- a, .[rTT n [ "Ir - ' f ' T Tl l i TT ca. mer
  26. 26. ITYACITTHHOUSE WordsbyJim Morrison MusicbyThe Doors O COPYRIGHT 1971 DOORS MUSIC CO. AI-L RIGHTS T'ORTHE I,'NITED KINGDOM, NORTHERN IRII-ANt) AND THE REPUBLIC OF EIRN, CONTROLLED BY RONDOR MUSIC (LONDON) LTITNPO, TOEPMSONS GREEN. LONDON SW6 4TW ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT SECURED. Medium beat D a) --- _r. - ' - + - ..iE _.tr -t + + _-. -!' - l a l r Ju r t - FFI I J # Hy-a-cinth House_ what are tiey do - ing in rhe 26
  27. 27. Hy - a-cinth House- toplease the , C ' tfrt rl,l v ? D '2) t r Tr u day? V r r r r r I need a D r . _ - T t r = _ = l = Z Z _ I r : . I T 1 la a:e brand new- friend-who does-n't both-er me,- __ / / brandnew-friend-who does - n't trou-ble me. - wf v 77 T 7 , who, q t 7 who does - n't ,)-
  28. 28. Dfm Em > r tr fr]t] I t see l v the '' '' V bath f T U T 1 T ? L h - room is clear, _ I v1 11r 1 T r think tiat ome-bod-y's ft i - , 1 r rt'' r''r 1 v 1 ri 1 1 I'm sure that some-one is fol - low-ing > U-IrlT ,T7 t t i L l oh, yeah.- > D 1 I I Why did r I i V . |f l + you thr ow the Jack - of l , T r r t 3 Hearts- a - wav?- 28
  29. 29. Why did you throw the Jack- of - , H e a r t s - a - w a Y ? - It was I 'l 7 tI 1': T I I I lv card- in the to p l a y . - on i 1 k 1 say it a - gain, - . fl;r And I'11 brand new the end. -
  30. 30. CMGKINGSNAKE Words& MusicbyJohnl,eeHooker& BernardBesman @ COPYRIGHTII.CIENEGAMUSIC, T:SA IARNERCHAPPELL{USIC LIMITED, 129 PARKSTREL*I] LODO WI ALL RIGHTS RESERVI.]D,INTERNATIONAI, COPYRIGHTSECURID, )=sz N.C. a) 30
  31. 31. x EE H1tfi 13"instrumental) crawl - ing King- Snake the room of damned- (Verses2, 4, 5 & 6 seeblock lyric) B7 iffih tfFt-n 'round with mY mate. gon - na mess 6" To Coda# N E1 o o o o ffi Trl..m ffi Trl.-m
  32. 32. ') 1. A E ffi ffi ffi ffi ffi - - .f: E . a) l . ' i frr {l: '"6 'asL HI: - tuz - -T- l--1--l- -1 - n e J - E7 o o oo ffi r-rfi-l 32
  33. 33. E,1 A Aldim B1 to o x o o t ffi trffiffiffi lffi Frtrl-r1 r-rr-rn Ffi-fi-l D.X. alCoda AFdim B E ;-i ffi+F" TTN-N m-TTt-1 I""].--.m ffi mrTl Verse2: Come a' crawling by my window grassis very high Keep on crawling till the day I die Crawling King Snakeand a room of damned You'd bettergive me what I want, gonnacrawl no more. Verse3: Instrumental Verse 1: Come a' crawling baby,crawling round your door Seeanything I want, I'm gonnacrawl on your floor Let's crawl in the room of damned Come on give me what I want, ain't gonnacrawl no more. Verse5: Come on crawl, come on crawl You don't have to get on your handsand kneesbaby Crawl all over me Just like the spideron the wall, we go crawl. Verse6: Well I'm the Crawling King Snakein the room of damned Call me the Crawling King Snakein the room of damned You don't mess'roundwith my mate Gonnause her for myself.
  34. 34. THEUTA.S.P. (MRADIO AhII'THEBIGBEAT) Words byJimMorrisonMusicbyTheDoors O COPYRIGHT I971 DOORS M,USI! CO. AI,LRIGHTS FORTHE L'NITED ANDTHE oFErRE,coNrRoLLEDBy;fr[no:,yg*ii!Bx,?:iiim?+.{tj,ffio!t]il'fr,.o"oo*s*unr* REpuBLrc KINGt,()M, NORTHERN IRET.AND Medium 4 beat ( spoften:) I want to tell you about Texas Radio and the It comes out of ttre Virginia swamps,cool and slow, with abackbeat. narrow and hard to master. 34
  35. 35. some call it heavenly in its brilliance This is the land where tle others, mean and rueful of the lilestern dream Pharaoh died. I love the friends I have gathered together on this thin raf we bave consrtructed pyramids in honor of otrr escaping. (repeat d lib) 3J Ff F, c f q F f i E Em 3 '--3--r -r, I I a ) - r l L l i l ' ar. I r-3 lt- T i
  36. 36. The Negroes in the forest, brightly feathered, and they are saying: "Forget the night! live with us in forests of azure, Out here we is stoned- immaculate." out here on the perimeter, there are no stars. (Sund;.) I . Lis - ten to this I'll tell you a - bout the heart - aches; I'll 2. Lis-ten to this I'll tell vou a - bout Tex - as; I'll E Ffi E F# a) t a aF J t- l. A t Jl n$=. l,-j,. F1 - - e A tell you a - bout the heart - ache and the loss of God. - I'11 tell you a - bout Tex - as Ra - di - o. ['ll ++ l? f, 36
  37. 37. tell you a-bout the hope-less night, the - ger food my soul for - got, tellyou a-bout the hope-less night, the - der - in' the West ern dream, Ff, G i l G F f E Em r__3 v f i 1 + + 1 + + 1 - t'' q' F1 a a ai I tell you a - bout ttre maid-en with wroughti-ronsoul. Em v la:a I -1. + T -J --- 1' t (spoken) I want to tell you about Te:<as Radio and the big beat, Gf G FilE r-3 a) i;. t; fig I soft-driven, slow and mad wrought i - ronsoul Iike some new language. I -----------r f,3
  38. 38. RIDERS ONTTIESNOR}I WordsandMusicbyThe Doors O COPYRIGHT 1971 DOORS MUSIC CO, AI,L RIGHTS FORTHE UNITED KINCDOM, I.iORTHERN IRTI-A.^it) ANDTHFi RxpuBlrcoF ErRr, coNTRoL,L!lD By.loNDoR (LoNDoN) MUSrc r.turrrl, roeiersoN-s-driiilu.oNooN swoarlo, A]-L RIGHTS RISERVED. INTERNATIONAL COPYRICH'I SECURXD, 8va basso A 8va - Em A Em A E m A E m A e) i: lt tz 1t ++. +54 4 t 't - 6 _4. t 't - tf Em A Em A Em A 'e) '- r: Ri-ders on ,lr" ",orrrr, P *r r' t1 vi I Ri - ders on the storm, = I 1 38
  39. 39. r h -, to ttris house we're born, Em A E m A ra) r: t'' a r to this world we're thrown Iike a dog with - out a bone, an Em A Em7 Tz *t-r ff 1 '*ff 2, ? 9 = I f t p T l l I act - or out on loan. Ri - ders on the storm There's a *t--r tlte road his brain is your man girl, you I!,
  40. 40. Em A Em7 ,A Am Bm/A v Tt, I 7r t- l u I r tl )r )f =' }F|l. =* 1 I T I --I T V ^tr r r' squir m-ing like a toad. Take a long hol - i day got - ta love your man. Take him by the hand C/A D/A Em A Em7 A = 'rt_-f + tF' rf' l: t let your chil - dren play. v-l t ) r- F _ J i tl " lt I T - J L l T l - I u you make him un - der stand. The D c E m A a) I r 1 r t + t p v l Tl I t't+ v, tt -l- , give tiis man a ride, sweet f a m - i - ly will die. Kill-er on the road world on you de-pends, our life will n e v - e r e n d . You got-ta love your man. - A E m A l 'Em : a j-- 3|*5=l lJfft-t I,e - /- , - I t tWJ 1_-1 'v fr-_-- t7 t:rl - 40
  41. 41. IF. ll Em 2. Girl, *=l t 7 l J I ?- Ri - ders on the storm t - Ri - ders on the storm z- Ri - ders on the storm Ri - ders on t}te storn Repat atd fde ' l : 1
  42. 42. BACKIXX)RMAhT Words& Music by Willie Dixon ocopyRrcHrHoo."'".ooftt*y#.,9?b1.*##1il+TH|n"f;3ltr3#Vii3l'+'.'#Dr5 MrrsoN LoNDoNw14 RoAD, j=sa N.C. l. Oh yeah- (Verse 2 seeblock lyric) 42
  43. 43. D7 N ffi ffi ffi FjTF1 E7 ffi r-rrr1 N 47 ffi rrr.m ffi Tr--n I
  44. 44. Dr i++fln rff-fi-l ffi Trlffi E7 D7 ffi ffin To Coda& Etrrf] |..]'-1'.m A7 N ffi t-tffi ffi ffi 44
  45. 45. D7 N i]+ffi ffi ffi rrrrn I E'l N ffi ffi rffrfi alCoda D.%. Trr-rn #coda N ffi Frffi Verse 2: You men eat your dinner Eat your pork and beans I eat more chickenany man ever seen Yeah yeah I'm a back door man The men don't know But your little girls understand. Well I'm a back door man I'm a back door man Oh, baby I'm a back door man The men don't know But your little girls understand. +J
  46. 46. ffiMAT WordsandMusicbyThe Doors o coFaRIGHT 1971DooRS MUSICco. ArL RIGHTSFoRTHE UNITEDKNGDoM, N-oRTHERN tREl-AND ANDTHE RIPUBLICOF EIRE,CONTROI,LED RONDOR BY MUSIC(LONDON)I-IUTTTO, PENSONS ION GREEh'. LONDONSW64TW ALL RIGHTS RESER'ED. INTERNATIONALCOPYRIGHT SECURXD. Bright beat zt -+ -+-+ F o +--a= It v l--l_f -t---f: --T-l la) r' I . r I Lr-.- ) - r 1'' 1-J J__ l 46
  47. 47. tu 4 '-t+- i . ?l ?rTr-r -?'- + 't17- 9 - r - r' u+i l - c) l t 1 WelI, I just got took a look a-round, see which way the wind - blow, re the lit - tle girls in their
  48. 48. A r2) --J - T I'z ?-7 ?--T A1 r- | I | Hol - ly-wood bun - ga - lows I-J LJ LJ Are vou a A 12) .'.-.t tr-t lr-l ,3 luck-y lit - tle la - dy in the ci - ry of light?- A ', r-L[I-t1 or Just an - oth - er lost an - gel. - Ci - ry of night,- ci - ty of night, I t | 1 F 1 t l t ^ ci - ty of night, ci - ry of night.- 48
  49. 49. a J 7 ' 7 J l l l l L. A.- wo - man, L. A. - wo - man, L , A. wo - man, Sun-day af - ter - noon, - L. A. - wo - man, Sun- day
  50. 50. n ru L . A. wo - man, Sun-day a f - ter-noon- drive thru your sub-urbs A G Gf lL trl f r rlues, fr in - to ' l your / z , L r r r e --.----t_-_ -_l--.-|-F- A G e ) l V --- t]' 4,. Jr_zo J___z blues, Vl ,',-,o your blue, blue, - blues,_ G G f , A r r t a! t') --t I - l in - to your blues 50
  51. 51. your hair is hills are say I nev - er- loved you- 5l
  52. 52. iv - in' down the mid - night al - leys roam A G A ta - - - +' - - - 4 , v Cops tn cars, the top - Iess bars,- nev - er saw a wo - man 52
  53. 53. so a - lone, mur - der mad - ness let's changethe moodfrom glad to sad - ness. ;3
  54. 54. Am tL - .t 1._4 z o ) - a - Y I Mis - ter v v 1 r - _ ] t - - v ---'- Am ' a A A 4 j _ -r -i- . 7 ' T l l tf 7 7 a a + J _ . ? ? l . t ' i , ) i i 7 t - I v l_.f r - ' E - Mo - jo r i s - in '_ -te Mis Mo - jo ris - in'- Mis -ter (Gett;n6 gdually faster ard faster) q ) a a ' J 3 _ _ _ Mo - jo ris - in'_ r-LLrf Mis - ter ' ' a l j _ _ Mo - jo ris - in'- got to Am -+ t: ' 7 7 t I r 7 T | t r t ? f t / IJJJ I I Il-L*tr i l ' ,t keep on - ris - in'_ Mis - ter M o - j o - ris - in' Mis -ter 54
  55. 55. ?f7r r -rJ I lMo- jo ris - in' Mis - ter >'e 'l ll v l , I Mis-rer iUo-io ris-in' ris-in', ris - in', r t ? f l r = r = l ris - in', ris - in' is - in', ris-in', JJ
  56. 56. I- + 1 .^ I -a 12,, ? , .J t V ci - ty of night, ci - ry of night, a - f ' t 7 L. A.-wo- man. L. A.-wo - man. she'smy-wo- m€ul, L. A.-wo - man. Repeat atd fade 56

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