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Here Comes A Thought

(Some of the chords in this song are a little unusual so here are the chords with their numbers!)

Fmaj7: G-5, C-4, E-3, A-2         A7: G-0, C-0, E-1, A-7        

E: G-4, C-4, E-4, A-2                Dm7: G-2, C-2, E-1, A-3    

E7: G-1, C-2, E-0, A-2             G7sus4: G-0, C-2, E-1, A-3

Fm6: G-1, C-2, E-1, A-3          G7: G-0, C-1, E-2, A-1     

Cmaj7: G-0, C-0, E-0, A-2       Fdim: G-1, C-2, E-1, A-2

C6: G-3, C-3, E-2, A-4             Cdim7: G-2, C-3, E-2, A-3

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(Garnet):

Fmaj7                                                                E                 E7

Take a moment to think of just, flexibility, love and trust.

Fmaj7                                                              Fm6           Fdim

Take a moment to think of just, flexibility, love and trust.

A7/C

Here comes a thought, that might alarm you.

Fmaj7                                      E                       E7

What someone said, and how it harmed you.

A7/C6

Something you did, that failed to be charming.

Fmaj7      

Things that you said, are,

        E                          E7

Suddenly swarming.

     Dm7                  G7sus4    G7

And oh, you’re losing sight, you’re losing touch.

Cmaj7       Cdim7      

All these little things seem to matter so much.

Dm7        G7sus4  G7  Dm7  G7sus4  G7

That may confuse you, that I might lose you.

Fmaj7                                 E

Take a moment remind yourself, to,

              E7

Take a moment and find yourself,

Fmaj7                                   Fm6          Fdim7

Take a moment and ask yourself,

                      Fm6

If this is how we fall apart.

                 Cmaj7                                                                Fmaj7  

But it’s not, but it’s not, but it’s not, but it’s not, but it’s not,

       Cmaj7                                                           Fmaj7

It’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay,

                      Cmaj7                                    

You’ve got nothing, got nothing, got nothing,

                            Fmaj7

Got nothing to fear,

     Fm6       Fdim7     Cmaj7

I’m here, I’m here, I’m here…

(Stevonnie):

A7/C

Here comes a thought, that might alarm me.

Fmaj7                                      E                       E7

What someone said, and how it harmed me.

A7/C6

Something I did, that failed to be charming.

Fmaj7

Things that I said, are,

        E                          E7

Suddenly swarming!

    Dm7                  G7sus4    G7

And oh, I’m losing sight, I’m losing touch.

Cmaj7       Cdim7

All these little things seem to matter so much.

Dm7        G7sus4  G7

That they confuse me,

(Garnet & Stevonnie):

Dm7  G7sus4  G7

That I might lose me.

Fmaj7                                 E

Take a moment remind yourself, to,

              E7

Take a moment and find yourself,

Fmaj7                                   Fm6          Fdim7

Take a moment and ask yourself,

                       Fm6

If this is how we fall apart.

                 Cmaj7                                                                Fmaj7  

But it’s not, but it’s not, but it’s not, but it’s not, but it’s not,

      Cmaj7                                                           Fmaj7

It’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay,

                     Cmaj7  

I’ve got nothing, got nothing, got nothing,

                             Fmaj7

Got nothing to fear,

     Fm6       Fdim7     Cmaj7

I’m here, I’m here, I’m here…

                 Cmaj7

And it was just a thought,

                                                             Fmaj7  

Just a thought, just a thought, just a thought, just a thought,

       Cmaj7                                                           Fmaj7

It’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay, it’s okay,

            Cmaj7

We can watch,

We can watch,

We can watch,

We can watch,

                    Fmaj7

Them go by,

Fm6            Fdim7                          Cmaj7

From here, from here, from here.

(Stevonnie):

Fmaj7                                                                 E              E7

Take a moment to think of just, flexibility, love, and trust,

Fmaj7                                                               Fm6         Fdim7      

Take a moment to think of just, flexibility, love, and trust.

A7/C6

D C B A~


Rock Island E-7’s at 16th st Jct Chicago 1975 by Mark LLanuza on Flickr.

Caption: “It’s the summer of 1975. Two E7s are in charge of a commuter train with cars dating back to the 40’s. At this time this was not rare as most all the commuter fleet looked like a rolling museum with the best mud and weed main line. Most everything coming out of La Salle Street station had commuter cars dating back to the 20’s and 40’s and E7s and E6s and some hand-you-down E-units from the UP RR. Many cars didn’t have air conditioning.”

16th Street, Chicago

Photo by Mark Llanuza

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BLONDE V BLACK PT.2

I really like my first post where I did this and felt like I missed a bunch of blondies who have gone back to their roots. 

(None of the pictures are mine, the link to where I got them is the caption to each picture so just click on it and it will take you to where I got the picture.)

Pt. 1 

flickr

MP 7015 & 2 more by Robert Thomson
Via Flickr:
Scanned Photo Postcard Scan is presented for historical/archival purposes No copyright is claimed or intended From the back of the card: “…In this scene, the westbound [Colorado]Eagle is speeding toward Denver on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe iron north of Pueblo. Pike’s Peak’s 14,110 ft. suffit, about 40 miles distant, can be seen to the right of the locomotive… …E7-model locomotives, like the 7015 in this picture, of two and three units, pulled the enlarged formation shown here. Behind the locomotive are a baggage-express car, RPO car, 4 coaches, Planetarium [dome] coach, diner, and four sleeping cars, some of which were heavy-weights adapted for high-speed service… Missouri Pacific Railroad Company” The post card was published by Vanishing Vistas of Sacramento, CA in 1972. The photo is uncredited and the text is by Robert Le Massena. MP E7A 7015