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Waylon Jennings - Right For The Time


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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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********************* RIGHT FOR THE TIME *********************
written and performed by Waylon Jennings.


Verse 1:
      A
	Almost out of adolescence
            D                        A
	And into a world we didn't know

	Not necessary love
                 D             A       E
	But in trouble with a fire down below
                 A 
	Looking back for a feelin'
                   D                            A
	It's just something far away and long ago
                D      A        E
	I can still recall the name
                                                A
	But she's really someone i don't even know


Chorus:
      A              D  
	But she was right for the time
      A          D     A       E   
	She was right for the time
                                     A
	But time has a way of moving on


Verse 2:
      A
	I do recall a gypsy lady
               D                     A    
	And a younger man in over his head

	I was her believer
              D            A         E    
	Taken in by every loving word she said
                 A
	It was there for the first time
              D                            A
	The sweet and the bitter taste of love
                     D    A     E 
	When you're young and alive
                                     A   
	Too much never seems to be enough


Verse 3: (a tone higher)
      B
	It seems the young and the innocent
              E                      B  
	Are drawn like a moth to a flame

	To the wild and the reckless
             E             B         F#     
	Believing they are one in the same
             B 
	She never found a way
              E                        B 
	To separate the good from the bad
                 E     B     F#
	And she never understood
                                          B
	That love was all we ever really had


Verse bis:
      B          E
	She was right for the time
                                     B
	But time has a way of moving on
                              F#
	With her eyes on tomorrow
                                             B
	One day she turned around and i was gone
                     E 
	I'd have to say in a way
                                       B
	She just might be better off alone
                 E     B       F#  
	She was right for the time
                                     B
	But time has a way of moving on



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