Label: Not On Label (James Gang) - none • Format: CDr Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Yugoslavia • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Classic Rock
· Alexis, I can't remember how we met back then Was on my way to Atlanta, now I'm on that road again Not really poor, had money just not to spend You were just a young girl, and I was in need of a friend Alexis, you always used to talk about Leavin your hometown, headin on south Maybe down to New Orleans And you wanted me to help you out10/10(1).
Alexis, thank you for a pleasant southern day Spent on the levy throwin' pennies in the bay And talkin 'bout the rich folks On the big boats that pass that way You were just a young girl I just could not stay Alexis, I can't remember how we met back then Was on my way to.
A songwriter named Jeff Cook wrote the lyric to this one, which is about a travelin' man who has a fling with a sweet young thing named Alexis. Of course, it couldn't last because he had to be moving on, this time to Atlanta, then maybe on to New Orleans. Cook made up the story - .
· ACOUSTIC TAB by James Gang.
Alexis (acoustic) – James Gang Tuning: standard My first tab, sorry about the sloppy structure. You'll get it though! This song is pretty chill. Good for coffee houses or just hangin out. Mess around with the chords and add different nuances. Also, use different scale climbs into the different chords to add some zest if you can.
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