Right Down The Line Uke tab by Gerry Rafferty

9 Chords used in the song: Dm, C, Am, F, G, D, Bm, E, A

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Right Down The Line - Gerry Rafferty (1977)


Intro (Guitar Solo):
Dm Dm C C Am Am F F (x3)
C C G G Am Am->G G->F F


Dm Dm C C
You know I need your love

Am Am F F
You've got that hold over me

Dm Dm C C
Long as I got your love

Am Am F F
You know that I'll never leave

Dm Dm C C
When I wanted you to shape my life

Am Am F F
I had no doubt in my mind

C C
And it's been you

G G
Woman

Am Am G G F F
Right down the line

I know how much I lean on you
Only you can see
The changes that I've been through
Have left a mark on me
You've been as constant as a northern star
The brightest light that shines
It's been you
Woman
Right down the line

Chorus:

D D Bm Bm G G
I just want to say this is my way

E E A A F F
Of telling you everything I could never

Dm Dm
Say before

Bm Bm G G
Yeah this is my way

E E A A F F
Of telling you that every day I'm loving you

Dm Dm
so much more...

C C
...'Cause you believed in me
Through my darkest night
Put something better inside of me
You brought me into the light
Threw away all those crazy dreams
I put them all behind
And it was you
Woman
Right down the line

(Guitar Solo)
Dm Dm C C Am Am F F (x3)
C C G G Am Am->G G->F F

If I should doubt myself
If I'm losing ground
I won't turn to someone else
They'd only let me down
When I wanted you to shape my life
I had no doubt in my mind
And it's been you
Woman
Right down the line


D D Bm Bm G G
Oooh ooohhh..Woooh... etc. (chorus chords x2 till fade out)

 

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About this song

"Right Down the Line" peaked at #1 on the U.S. Billboard Easy Listening Chart in the Autumn of 1978.