If you are looking for The Altar Boy and the Thief guitar chords, you\’ve come to the right place.
You can play The Altar Boy and the Thief by Joan Baez using guitar or guitar.
This song by Joan Baez can also be played by that instruments.
The Altar Boy and the Thief guitar chords has rhythm and included in Blowin’ Away (1977) album.
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The Altar Boy and the Thief by Joan Baez Guitar Chords
At night in the saf[Dm7]ety of shadows and numbe[G7]rs
[Dm7]Seeking some turf on which [G7]nothing encumbers
The [Dm7]buying and selling of [G7]casual looks
[Dm7]Stuff that gets printed in [G7]x-rated books
Your [Am]mother might have tried to under[G]stand
When you were [Am]hardly your daddy\’s little [G]man
And you [Fmaj7]gave up saluting the [G]chief
To f[G7sus4]ind yourself some [C]relief[Dm/C][C]
[Dm7]Finely plucked eyebrows and [G7]skin of satin
[Dm7]Smiling seductive and [G7]endlessly Latin
Ol[Dm7]ympic body on [G7]dancing feet
[Am]Perfume thickening the [G]air like heat
A [Am]transient star of gay bar [G]fame
You [Am]quit your job and changed your [G]name
And you\’re [Fmaj7]nearly beyond be[G]lief
As y[G7sus4]ou hunt down a lit[C]tle rel[Dm/C]ief[C]
The [Dm7]seven foot black with the [G7]emerald ring
[Dm7]Broke up a fight without [G7]saying a thing
As the [Dm7]cops cruised by wanting [G7]one more chance
To [Am]send Jimmy Baldwin back [G]over to France
And a [Am]trucker with kids and a [G]wife
Pre[Am]fers to spend half of his l[G]ife
In [Fmaj7]early Bohemian mo[G]tif
Playing [G7sus4]pool and getting rel[C]ief[Dm/C][C]
My [Dm7]favorite couple was [G7]looking so fine
[Dm7]Dancing in rhythm and [G7]laughing in rhyme
In the [Dm7]light of the jukebox all [G7]yellow and blue
[Am]Holding each other as [G]young lovers do
To [Am]me they will always re[G]main
Uns[Am]hamed, untamed, and un[G]blamed
The [Fmaj7]altar boy and the [G]thief
[G7sus4]Grabbing themselves some [C]relief[Dm/C][C]
The [Am]altar boy and the [G]thief
[G7sus4]Catching a little re[C]lief [G7] [C]
If you want to learn Joan Baez The Altar Boy and the Thief guitar chords, The 5 chords we\’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is completely based on its major counterpart
The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play The Altar Boy and the Thief. Guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.