The Last Rebel by Lynyrd Skynyrd
form the recording The Last Rebel

(Gary Rossington, Johnny Van-Zant, Robert Johnson, Michael Lunn)

Transcribed by Mark Russell - cmrussel@ultranet.com

Chords:

     Am    C/D    C     G     F
|-----0-----0-----0-----3-----1----|
|-----1-----3-----1-----0-----1----|
|-----2-----0-----0-----0-----2----|
|-----2-----4-----2-----0-----3----|
|-----0-----5-----3-----2-----3----|
|-----------------------3-----1----|


The "C/D" chord is of C major form at the fifth fret - where the fifth string
is a "D", hence my naming.  I couldn't find a name for this chord, but it
does work.  



Am                   C/D
There's a grey horse ...

C            C/D                      Am                F      G
As a soldier climbs in the ...

Am                C/D
As the rain pours ...

C               C/D                         Am             C     C/D
You can see the shadows of the past ...


Am      G           C
Now the ...

Am  G               C
His friends ...

Am    G                 C
Gotta put it ...

Am    G                          F
If he ever wants to ...

G                          Am         C/D    F     G
He's the last ...


Am                  C/D
Just a boy with ...

C                    C/D       Am
Keeps to himself but ...

F              G
But he ...

Am               C/D
Got a dream that ...

C                 C/D                         Am              C     C/D
Can't change him, no use in ...


Am       G                    C
Now he's ...

Am        G       C
Gone too ...

Am    G               C    Am    G          C       Am x 2
No one will ever find him, ...



(chorus) 
F
'Cause he's ...

G
And ...

F
He's the ...

G
His friends ...

F
He's the ...

G                      Am
The last rebel ...


F                         G
There'll never be ...

F                        G
He's the last of ...

F                         G
Ain't no use in ...

G
'Cause he's ...



Am  G        C
And he's ..

Am    G       C
He's the ...

Am   G              C
His friends are ...

Am    G        C
He's the ...

Music keeps going alternating between the Am G C progression and the F G
progression.

Johnny throughs some "ohhhoo ohhhhs" in there over these progressions.
Listen to the song...

-Z-