Prison Trilogy (Billy Rose) played in guitar may be one of your loved song. Not only hearing the music but you can play “Prison Trilogy (Billy Rose) by Joan Baez” using guitar too. Yeah .. this song by can also be played by that device. But, before that, you must know its guitar chords.

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“Prison Trilogy (Billy Rose)” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Come From the Shadows (1972)” album.

Prison Trilogy (Billy Rose) by Joan Baez Guitar Chords

[G]Billy Rose was a low rider, [G]Billy Rose was a night fighter
[C] Billy Rose knew trouble like the [G]sound of his own [D]name
[D]Busted on a drunken charge
[D]Driving someone else’s car
The [D]local midnight sheriff’s claim to [G]fame

In an [G]Arizona jail there are [G]some who tell the tale, how
[C]Billy fought the sergeant for some [G]milk that he de[D]manded
[D]Knowing they’d remain the boss
[D]Knowing he would pay the cost
They [D]saw he was severely repri[G]manded

In the [Em]blackest cell on [D]A Block
He [Em]hanged himself at [D]dawn
With a [Em]note stuck to the [D]bunk head
Don’t [Am]mess with me, just take me [D]home

Come and [Em]lay, help us [D]lay
young Billy [G]down

[G]Luna was a Mexican the [G]law calls an alien
For [C]coming across the border with a [G]baby and a [D]wife
Though the [D]clothes upon his back were wet
[D]Still he thought that he could get
Some [D]money and things to start a [G]life

It [G]hadn’t been too very long when it [G]seemed like everything went wrong
They [C]didn’t even have the time to [G]find themselves a [D]home
This [D]foreigner, a brown-skin male
[D]Thrown inside a Texas jail
It [D]left the wife and baby quite a[G]lone

He [Em]eased the pain in[D]side him
With a [Em]needle in his [D]arm
But the [Em]dope just cruci[D]fied him
He [Am]died to no one’s great a[D]larm

Come and [Em]lay, help us [D]lay
Young Luna [G]down
And we’re gonna [Em]raze, raze the [D]prisons
To the [G]ground

[G]Kilowatt was an aging con of [G]65 who stood a chance to [C]stay alive
And leave the joint and [G]walk the streets [D]again
As the [D]time he was to leave drew near
He [D]suffered all the joy and fear
Of [D]leaving 35 years in the [G]pen

And [G]on the day of his release he [G]was approached by the police
Who [C]took him to the warden walking [G]slowly by his [D]side
The [D]warden said “You won’t remain here
[D]But it seems a state retainer
[D]Claims another 10 years of your [G]life.”

He stepped [Em]out in the Texas [D]sunlight
The [Em]cops all stood a[D]round
Old [Em]Kilowatt ran [D]50 yards
Then [Am]threw himself down on the [D]ground

They might as [Em]well just have [D]laid
The old man [G]down
And we’re gonna [Em]raze, raze the [D]prisons
To the [G]ground
Help us [Em]raze, raze the [D]prisons
To the [G]ground

If you want to study Joan Baez Prison Trilogy (Billy Rose) guitar chords, you need to look at the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we take all major chords is that the minors of any of these chords only require few adjustments. Each one of those minor chords is entirely based on its major counterpart.

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