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Come On In
Out Of The Woodwork
1974 by Gary E. Andrews
All Right Reserved for the Globe


Chords:
D XXO232
Fmaj7 XX321O
G 32OOO3
A XO222O

Come On In.
I'm just sittin' here grinnin'
Waitin' for you to smile.
Come On In.
Have you paid your penny,
To pass the pipe around awhile?
Do you know
what the main man knows,
Or is that accidental style?

Stop on by,
If ya' just can't stop smilin'
While the music's around.
Stop on by,
If you're standin' trial,
And error mounts your crown,
You frown, Your brow.
Come On In.
Tell me where you've been.
Did you have a hard trip down?

(Chorus)
Do you arrange-- changes?
Do you effect life?
Do you believe, In angels,
Or are you alone (alone) again (again)
tonight, tonight, tonight?
Or are you alone again tonight?

Raise your hand
if your mood demands it,
And you've got something to say.
Raise your hand
if the master plan,
Doesn't seem to suit your chosen way.
Raise your hand
if you're fooled again.
Tomorrow is the very first day.

Do you arrange-- changes?
Do you effect or affect or deflect or reflect your life?
Do you believe, In angels,
Or are you alone (alone) again (again)
tonight, tonight, tonight?
Or are you alone again tonight?

More Info...
Come On In 1974 by Gary E. Andrews. All Rights Reserved For The Globe.

Finger-picking (thumb and index finger) gave me a different rhythm to relate to and I got this one. A guy asked me if I was the "...main man" mentioned in the song. I'd never thought about it. I think I was asking if the listener is as lost as I am in figuring out life. But that was 1974. Now it's 2008 and I'm as confused as ever, but about a whole bunch of different stuff than I was then. Yeah. I think this is the natural state of man.