Wretched Mind

Wretched Mind – Kenny Brown/H.P.Lange

after “You Don’t Know My Mind” by Joe Callicott

Soft blues:

Bluesrock:

Lesson 1:

Lesson 2:

Lesson 3:

Open G or Capo: 3

[G]Well it’s early in the morning and it looks like rain,

[G]Round the curve on the north freight train

[C]You don’t know, you don’t know my [Bb]mind

[D7]When you see me laughing, [C]laughing to keep from [G]crying,

[G]Well the woman I love she’s mean to me

[G]Broke my heart and trouble, creating misery

[C]You don’t know, you don’t know my [Bb]mind

[D7]When you see me laughing, [C]laughing to keep from [G]crying.

[BG]I’m a going to the racetrack, see my pony running

[BG]Win some money, gonna bring you some

[C]You don’t know, you don’t know my [Bb]mind

[D7]When you see me laughing, [C]I’m laughing to keep from [G]crying.

Solo

[C]You don’t know, you don’t know my [G]mind

[D7]When you see me laughing,

I’m [C]laughing to keep from [G]crying.

[G]Well it’s early in the morning, And it looks like rain

[G]’Round the curve on the north freight train,

[C]You don’t know, you don’t know my [Bb]mind.

[D7]When you see me laughing, [C]laughing to keep from [G]crying.

[G]Yeah, I don’t mind living, I don’t mind dying

[G]Early in the morning gonna ride about

[C]You don’t know, you don’t know my [Bb]mind

[D7]When you see me laughing, I’m [C]laughing to keep from [G]crying.

Solo

[C]You don’t know, you don’t know my [G]mind

[D7]When you see me laughing, [C]laughing to keep from [G]crying.

[D7]When you see me laughing, [C]laughing to keep from [G]crying.

[D7][C][G]