Knockin' On Your Door

Old & In The Way

(Traditional)

 Last Updated 06/18/96

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Thanks to Greg Poulos for contributing this one

Intro
[Chorus] A D I’m a-knockin on your door again, my darling E A I’m a-knockin on your door, please answer me A D But I’ve tried to make you realize, my darling E A Well that no one else was ever meant for me Well I remember, dear, you sent me all your loving? And you promised your happiness so true But now you’ve gone away, dear, with another I wonder if you feel the way I do [Chorus] [Jam] I’m a-knockin on your door again, my darling I’m a-knockin on your door, please answer me I never read the letters that you wrote, my little darling Well I’m sailing far across the deep blue sea I’m a-knockin on your door again, my darling To return the letters that you wrote to me I’m a-knockin on your door again, my darling This time, honey, I’m sure things are gonna be [Jam] So goodbye, my dear, I know you’ll soon forget me And I hope that you find happiness so true But whatever you make ??, sweetheart, remember That my lovin’ always be the same for you [Chorus] I’m a-knockin on your door again, my darling I’m a-knockin on your door, please answer me But I’ve tried to make you realize, my darling Well that no one else was ever meant for me [Jam] [Chorus]

Intro

(^) Slide Up  (\) Slide Down  (h) Hammer On  (p) Pull Off  (b) Bend

MP3 Tab Support Audio (6K)

MIDI Tab Support Audio (knockdr.mid)

E---------------------------0-------------------------------
B-----------1---------------2-------------------------------
G--------2-----4--2---------2-------------------------------
D---2h4--------------4--2---2-------------------------------
A---------------------------0-------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------------------

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Ed Bick's Tab Archive, 1997