Words and music Bob Dylan
Released on Blonde on Blonde (1966), and never played live.
Tabbed by Eyolf Østrem

G
C              D      G
Yes, I've been here before.
G
Feeling so harmless,
C               D      G
I'm looking at your second door.
D                                      G
How come you don't send me no regards?
G                D7
You know I want your lovin',
G
Honey, why are you so hard?

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|-0----3---3-2---2-1---1-|-0-----1---1-------------|
|-0----------------------|-------2---2-------------|
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or, more guitaristically:

  :    .     .     .       :     .     .
|-3------7-----6-----5---|-3-----2---2-------------|
|-0----------------------|-3-----1---1-------------|
|-0----7---7-6---6-5---5-|-4-----2---2-------------|
|-0----------------------|-------0---0-------------|
|-2----------------------|-------------------------|
|-3----------------------|-------------------------|

Yes, I guess I'll be here for a while.
I'm helpless, like a rich man's child.
How come you send someone out to have me barred?
You know I want your lovin',
Honey, why are you so hard?

Em
Like a poor fool in his prime,
Bm
Yes, I know you can hear me walk,
Em
But is your heart made out of stone, or is it lime,
Bm              D7         D7sus4
Or is it just solid rock?

Well, I rush into your hallway,