Transcribed by John Hicks.
* E, Dm,E * E, Dm,E * Am,G,F,E * Eb, Db, Dm, G, Bb, F, Bb, F, Dm Additional remarks by Jens Berke: If you play the D and the second E-chord in the verse with the following position, I find the song even more interesting to play: D(2) xx0230 E(2) 7x9900
Transcribed by Fred.
[C]Empty [Fmaj7]birdcage in her [Am]room [C]Curtains [Fmaj7]pulled against the [Am]moon [C]Follow her down to Lou[Fmaj7]isiana [Am]Hotel room with the bedside manner [C]God I've [Fmaj7]got to get back [Am]soon [Bb]She wriggles like a fish in a [C]net [Bb]Details you can never for[C]get [Bb]One thing or another [C]Never anybody [Bb]considering the re[C]gret [Bb] [F] [C] That's my story [Bb] [F] [C] Cost a fortune [Bb] [F] [C] Louisiana Dm / / / G / / / Dm / / / G F Em Dm C
Jason Roberts added a capo'd version that compliments the tabs above:
Capo'd on 5th: G Cmaj7 Em x4 F G x5 F C G x3 Am D Am D C Bm Am G "Also sounds rather lovely on the mandolin!"
Transcribed by Jens Berke.
Fmaj7/C [x33210] G5 [3X0033] Dsus4/F [2x0233] D [xx0232] Dsus2 [xx0230] Em  Em7  C9 [X32033] C [X32010] Am [X02210] Intro G5 Em7 Dsus4/F# C9 (X 2) Verse G5 Em7 Dsus4/F# C9 Chorus Am G5 Days of sickly summer packed up and gone, Em Dsus2 C nothing helps when nothing is wrong. Am D She's got the where with all, she's got the knowledge, C (No Chord) it's wonderful, we should get going. Fmaj7/C C Sleeping the winter Am G5 down in Buffalo.