Released by Bob Dylan on Good As I Been To You (1992)
Tabbed by Eyolf Østrem

It seems that the B is played with an open E string: x24400, but the full B chord x24442 is fine too; you don’t really need those high strings anyway, since mostly the song is played only on the bass strings.

The E4 chord (E on the fourth fret) = xxx454. Could be played on the seventh fret as well (079990)

Standard blues accompaniment:

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|-2---2-4---4-2---2-4---4--
|-0---0-0---0-0---0-0---0--

E
Was in the summer,

One early fall,
A
Just tryin' to find my
E
Little all and all
E4
Now she's gone,
B
An' I don't worry.
A                     E
Lord, I'm sittin' on top of the world.

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|------------------------------------------------0-0---0-0----
|-------------------1----------------------------1-------1----
|-------------------h2--2-2--h2-h2-0---------2----------------
|-2---2-4---4-2---2------------------2-0----------------------
|-0---0-0---0-0---0----------------------4-0------------------

[this is the model also for the remaining interludes]

Was in the spring,
One summer's day.
Just when she left me,
She gone to stay.
Now she's gone.
An' I don't worry.
Lord, I'm sittin' on top of the world.

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|---------------------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------------------------------
|-------------h2-2-2-h2-2-2-h2-0----------2---------------
|-2---2-4---4--------------------2-0----------------------
|-0---0-0---0------------------------4-0------------------

Now don't come runnin'
Holdin' up your hand.
Can get me a woman
Quick as you can get a man.
Now she's gone.
An' I don't worry.
Lord, I'm sittin' on top of the world.

Happen for days,
Didn't know your name.
Oh, why should I worry
Or crave you in vain?
Now she's gone.
An' I don't worry.
Lord, I'm sittin' on top of the world.

Went to the station,
Down in the yard,
Gonna get me a freight train,
Work's done got hard.
Now she's gone.
An' I don't worry.
Lord, I'm sittin' on top of the world.

The lonesome days,
They have gone by,
Why should I beg you?
You said good-bye.
Now she's gone.
An' I don't worry.
Lord, I'm sittin' on top of the world.

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|-0----------4---3-------2-------------2---
|-0------3---3-2-2-2-1-1-1-------------0---
|-1------4---4-3---3-2-2---1-----------2---
|-2------------------------2---2-------1---
|-2------------------------2---2-0-1-2-2---
|-0----------------------------------------