Just Like A Woman Uke tab by Bob Dylan

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F F    Bb Bb    C7 C7    F F
Nobody feels any pain

Bb Bb C7 C7 F F
Tonight as I stand inside the rain

Bb Bb C7 C7
Everybody knows

B7 B7 C7 C7
That Baby's got new clothes

Bb Bb Am Am Gm Gm F F C7 C7
But late-ly I see her ribbons and her bows

Dm F Bb C11 | C7 | C9 | C7
Have fallen from her curls


Chorus:

C7 C7 F F Am Am Gm Gm F F Bb Bb
She takes just like a woman, yes, she does

F F Am Am Gm Gm F F Bb Bb
She makes love just like a woman, yes, she does

F F Am Am Gm Gm F F B B
And she aches just like a woman

C11 C7 C9 C7 F
But she breaks just like a little girl.

Verse 2

Queen Mary, she's my friend.
Yes I believe I'll go see her again.
Noboby has to guess,
That baby can't be blessed,
'Till she finally sees that she's like all the rest.
With her fog,
Her amphetamines
And her pearls

Chorus

Bridge :

A7 A7
It was raining from the first


And I was dying of thirst

F F
So I came in here

A7 A7
And you long time curse hurts

Bb Bb
But whats worse is this pain in here

C11 C7 C9 C6
I can't stay in here

C11 C7 C9 C7
Ain't it clear that

Verse 3
I just can't fit.
Yes I believe it's time for us to quit.
And when we meet again,
Introduced as friends,
Please don't let on that you knew me when,
I was hungry,
And it was your world then.

 

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About this song

Just Like a Woman is a 1966 song written by Bob Dylan. It appears on the second side of his classic 1966 album Blonde on Blonde. It was released as a single in the US and peaked at #33. The magazine Rolling Stone ranked the song as number 230 in their 500 Greatest Songs of All Time[1] Dylan wrote this ballad on Thanksgiving Day 1965 while touring in Kansas City. It was allegedly inspired by New York socialite Edie Sedgwick...