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On The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fe Chords

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On The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fe

( Johnny Mercer and Harry Warren)

	  
E7      A    D9   A     D9   A   E7   A  
Do you hear that whistle down the line 
Cdim  A        D9      A     Cdim     A E7 A  
 I   figure that it's engine number forty nine 
E7        A    D9  A   D9      F#7       Cdim 
She's the only one that 'll sound that way 
        A       A9    D9  Cdim   E7      A  
On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe All aboard, she's on her way 
E7      A    D9   A     D9   A    E7   A  
See the old smoke risin'    round the bend 
Cdim  A     D9       A         Cdim    A   E7  A  
I  reck on that she knows she's gonna meet a friend 
E7         A  D9    A     D9      F#7     Cdim 
Folks around these parts kept the time of day 
          A         A9  D9   Cdim  E7      A  
From the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe  

Bridge one 
A7        D             D6              F#m  Bm 
Heres he comes  whoo whoo oow hoo oow hoow hoow hoo  
     A      Cdim   Bm5-/7 E7   A  
Hey, Jim, ya better get therig 
A7   D    D6      F#m   Bm 
Oow hoo whoo oow hoo whoo whoo 
      D             Cdim              Bm5-/7     E7  
She's got a list of passengers that's mighty big  
E7          A    D9   A    D9   A     E7   A  
And they'll all want lifts to Brown's Hotel  
Cdim   A       D9        A      Cdim      A   E7  A 
'Cause lot soft hem been travelin'    for quite a spell 
E7       A   D9   A    D9 F#7   Cdim 
All the way from Philadelph eye aye 
       A       A9    D9  Cdim      E7      A  
On the Atchis on, Topeka    and the Santa Fe  
E7      A   D9 A  D9   A   E7   A  
Back in Ohio     where I come from 
Cdim  A     D9       A     Cdim        A    E7   A  
I've done a lot of dreamin' and I've travell'd  some  
E7     A D9   A     D9  F#7     Cdim 
But I never thought I'd see the day 
        A    A9     D9 Cdim     E7     A  
When I ever took a ride on the Santa Fe  
E7       A   D9 A   D9  A    E7   A  
I would lean across my window sill 
Cdim  A       D9     A     Cdim  A    E7   A  
And hear the whistle echoin'  across the hill 
E7        A     D9   A    D9        F#7     Cdim 
Then I'd watch the light still they fade away 
        A       A9    D9  Cdim      E7      A  
On theAtchison, Topeka    and the Santa Fe 

Bridge two 
A7        D             D7M            F#m       Bm 
What a thrill with the whe elsa singin' "west ward ho"  
D       Cdim   E7  Bm5-/7   D  
From the day I heard them start  
  D                   D7M    F#m     Bm 
'Cross the Kansas plains from New Mexico 
   D              Cdim            Bm5-/7    E7  
I guess I've got a little gypsy    in my heart 
E7        A   D9  A   D9   A    E7    A  
When I'm old and grey and set tled down 
Cdim  A     D9      A      Cdim    A   E7   A  
If I ever get a chance to sneak away from town 
E7         A    D9  A    D9 F#7   Cdim 
Then I'll spend my busman's holiday 
        A       A9    D9  Cdim      E7      A  
On the Atchison, Topeka    and the Santa Fe 
	  

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