Like A Rolling Stone Uke tab by Bob Dylan

8 Chords used in the song: G,Gadd9,Am,Bm,C,D,F,Dm

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Original tuning : +2.5 step(s) [ ? ]
Intro:

G G Gadd9 Gadd9 G G Gadd9 Gadd9 G G Gadd9 Gadd9 Gadd9 Gadd9


G G Am Am
Once upon a time you dressed so fine
Bm Bm C C D D
You threw the bums a dime in your prime, didn't you?
G G Am Am
People'd call, say, "Beware doll,
Bm Bm C C D D
you're bound to fall" You thought they were all kiddin' you

C C D D
You used to laugh about
C C D D
Everybody that was hangin' out

C C Bm Bm Am Am G G
Now you don't talk so loud
C C Bm Bm Am Am G G
Now you don't seem so proud

C C G G D D
About having to be scrounging for your next meal.

G G C C D D
How does it feel
G G C C D D
How does it feel
G G C C D D
To be without a home
G G C C D D
Like a complete unknown
G G C C D D
Like a rolling stone

G G C C D D


G G Am Am Bm Bm
Aww, You've gone to the finest school all right, Miss Lonely
C C D D
But you know you only used to get juiced in it
G G Am Am Bm Bm
Nobody has ever taught you how to live on the street
C C D D
And now you're gonna have to get used to it

C C D D
You said you'd never compromise
C C D D
With the mystery tramp, but now you realize

C C Bm Bm Am Am F F
He's not selling any alibis
C C Bm Bm Am Am D D
As you stare into the vacuum of his eyes

C C F F D D
And say do you want to make a deal?

G G C C D D
How does it feel
G G C C D D
How does it feel
G G C C D D
To be on your own
G G C C D D
With no direction home
G G C C D D
Like a complete unknown
G G C C D D
Like a rolling stone

G G C C D D


G G Am Am Bm Bm
Aww, You never turned around to see the frowns
C C D D
On the jugglers and the clowns when they all did tricks for you
G G Am Am
You never understood that it ain't no good
Bm Bm C C D D
You shouldn't let other people get your kicks for you

C C D D
You used to ride on the chrome horse with your diplomat
C C D D
Who carried on his shoulder a Siamese cat

C C Bm Bm Am Am G G
Ain't it hard when you discover that
C C Bm Bm Dm Dm G G
He really wasn't where it's at
C C G G D D
After he took from you everything he could steal.

G G C C D D
How does it feel
G G C C D D
How does it feel
G G C C D D
To be on your own
G G C C D D
With no direction home
G G C C D D
Like a complete unknown
G G C C D D
Like a rolling stone

G G C C D D


G G Am Am Bm Bm
Aww, Princess on the steeple and all the pretty people
C C D D
They're all drinkin', thinkin' that they got it made
G G Am Am Bm Bm
Exchanging all precious gifts
C C D D
But you'd better take your diamond ring, you'd better pawn it babe

C C D D
You used to be so amused
C C D D
At Napoleon in rags and the language that he used

C C Bm Bm Am Am G G
Go to him now, he calls you, you can't refuse
C C Bm Bm Am Am G G
When you got nothing, you got nothing to lose
C C G G D D
You're invisible now, you got no secrets to conceal.

G G C C D D
How does it feel
G G C C D D
How does it feel
G G C C D D
To be on your own
G G C C D D
With no direction home
G G C C D D
Like a complete unknown
G G C C D D
Like a rolling stone

G G C C D D

 

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08 Oct 2019
About this song

Spearheading Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited (1965), Like A Rolling Stone tells a surrealistic fairytale of a girl falling from high society. Notable not only because of the new rock sound, but also because of its length (clocking in at just over 6 minutes, it was an extremely long track for the time), it became Dylan's biggest hit up till then, reaching #2 in the UK Pop Singles Charts. It quickly became a live favourite, most memorably perhaps as a closer for most of Dylan's 1966 World Tour (documented briliantly in The Bootleg Series, Volume 4: Live 1966: The "Royal Albert Hall" ).