The Lumineers - Jimmy Sparks
Intro Cm Jimmy Sparks went into bars and opened up his mouth Cm Said some things to wounded men that they could not allow F F When it came to talking, he was always on the run Cm Cm Everyone knew what the man had done G G F Cm Oh, he'll take you for a ride
Verso 1:Cm Cm Bb Ab Jimmy believed in the American way Ab F A prison guard, he worked hard and made the minimum wage Cm He found his freedom like a man in a cage, oh Cm Cm Bb Ab Jimmy loved Bonnie and he fathered a kid Ab F A baby boy, but the mother had other reasons to live Cm She left the baby with a note on the bed, oh Cm Bb Ab It was a struggle just to cover the rent Ab F His jail cut hours and hours little baby was sick Eb Dm Cm He needed money and he needed it quick Cm It was 3 amAb G Cm Oh, my love, oh, my love Ab G Cm Could you spare my blood, spare my blood?
Verso 2:Cm Jim woke his son and buckled him in the car Cm They drove an hour from town and found a gambling hall F Cm The waitress babysat the boy at the bar, oh no Cm After an hour, Jimmy doubled his cash G He took his kid and his winnings as the dealer just laughed F Ab G Cm He said they leave, but then they always come back, that's a fact Cm Out on the road, they caught a stranger in the lights G His thumb was up and his son asked if the man was alright F Ab G Cm Jim said you never give a hitcher a ride 'cause it's us or them Cm It was 3 amAb G Cm Oh, my love, oh, my love Ab G Cm Could you spare my blood, spare my blood?
Verso 3:Cm 20 years gone and now the boy is a man Ab Broke Jimmy's habits, got in mountains and mountains of debt F Ab G Cm And now the sharks are coming back to collect, oh-oh Cm They stripped his jewelry and the boots off Jim's feet Ab They kick him out the car and say we'll give you a week F Ab G Cm Eight miles from home and only 18 degrees It was 3 amSolo Cm Ab G Ab G Cm Cm Ab G Ab G CmAb G Cm Oh, my love, oh, my love Ab G Cm Could you spare my blood, spare my blood?
Verso 4:Cm Now Jimmy's son is trying to make his way home Ab His graveyard shift had ended and it was starting to snow F Ab G He sees an old man walking barefoot alone Cm It was 3 am Cm His old man waved his hands with tears in his eyes Ab But Jimmy's son just sped up and remembered daddy's advice F Ab G No, you don't ever give a hitcher a ride 'cause it's us or them Cm Cause it's me or him Cm It was 3 am Cm 3 am
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