Helpless Uke tab by Crosby Stills Nash And Young

3 Chords used in the song: D, A, G

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Intro: D D  A A  G G  D D  A A  G G

D D A A G G
There is a town in north Ontario,

D D A A G G
With dream comfort memory to spare,

D D A A G G
and in my mind I still need a place to go,

D D A A G G
All my changes were there,

Blue, blue windows behind the stars,
Yellow moon on the rise,
Big birds flying across the sky,
Throwing shadows on our eyes.

D D A A G G
Helpless, helpless, helpless

D D A A G G
Baby can you hear me now?

D D A A G G
The chains are locked and tied across the door,

D D A A G G
Baby, sing with me some how.

D D A A G G D D A A G G

Blue, blue windows behind the stars,
Yellow moon on the rise,
Big birds flying across the sky,
Throwing shadows on our eyes.

(repeat and fade)

D D A A G G
Helpless, helpless, helpless

 

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About this song

"Helpless" is a song written by Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young, most famously recorded by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young on their 1970 album Déjà Vu. The song was originally recorded with Young's band Crazy Horse in early 1969, before Young's new CSNY bandmates (he had joined the then-trio in mid-1969) convinced him it would suit them better. The song is deceptively simple; at its core is effectively the repetition of one melody over a descending D-A-G chord progression. Read more on Last.fm.