Incident On 57th Street (Springsteen Bruce)

capo III G C D 1. Spanish Johnny drove in from the underworld last night G C With bruised arms and broken rhythm in a beat-up old Buick G D But dressed just like dynamite G C D He tried sellin' his heart to the hard girls over on Easy Street G C G D But they sighed Johnny it falls apart so easy and you know hearts these days are cheap C G And the pimps swung their axes and said Johnny you're a cheater C G Well the pimps swung their axes and said Johnny you're a liar C G And from out of the shadows came a young girl's voice said Johnny don't cry C C/B Am C/B Puerto Rican Jane C C/B Am C/B G oh won't you tell me what's your name C C/B Am C/B I want to drive you down to the other side of town C C/B Where paradise ain't so crowded there'll be Am C/B G action goin' down on Shanty Lane tonight D C All them golden-heeled fairies in a real bitch fight G D Pull thirty eights and kiss the girls good night G C D R: Oh good night, it's alright Jane G C D Now let them black boys in to light the soul flame G C D We may find it out on the street tonight baby G C D Or we may walk until the daylight maybe G C D 2. Well like a cool Romeo he made his moves, oh she looked so fine G C G D Like a late Juliet she knew he'd never be true but then she didn't really mind G C D Upstairs a band was playin' the singer was singin' something about goin' home G C G D She whispered Spanish Johnny, you can leave me tonight but just don't leave me alone C C/B Am C/B And Johnny cried Puerto Rican Jane C C/B Am C/B G Word is down the cops have found the vein C C/B Am C/B Oh them barefoot boys left their homes for the woods C C/B Am C/B Them little barefoot street boys they say homes ain't no good G D C They left the corners threw away all their switchblade knives G D And kissed each other goodbye G C D Johnny was sittin' on the fire escape watchin' the kids playin' down the street G C He called down Hey little heroes, summer's long D But I guess it ain't very sweet around here anymore G C Janey sleeps in sheets damp with sweat D Johnny sits up alone and watches her dream on, dream on G And the sister prays for lost souls C D Then breaks down in the chapel after everyone's gone G Jane moves over to share her pillow C D But opens her eyes to see Johnny up and putting his clothes on C She says those romantic young boys G All they ever want to do is fight C Those romantic young boys they're callin' through the window G D Hey Spanish Johnny, you want to make a little easy money tonight? And Johnny whispered G C D R2:Good night, it's all tight Jane G C D I'll meet you tomorrow night on Lover's Lane G C D We may find it out on the street tonight baby G C D Or we may walk until the daylight maybe G C D R3:Oh Good night, it's all right Jane G C D I'm gonna meet you tomorrow night on Lover's Lane G C D Oh we can find it out on the street tonight baby G C D Or we may walk until the daylight maybe G C D R4:Ah Good night, it's all right Jane G C D I'll meet you tomorrow night on Lover's Lane G C D Now we may find it out on...on the street tonight baby G C D Or we may have to walk until the morning light ahhh