Like a rolling stone (How does it feel)
[C F] [C F] [C F] [C F]
[C] Once upon a time you [Dm] dressed so fine
You [Em] threw the bums a dime [F] in your prime [G] didn't you?
[C] People'd call, say, [Dm] "Beware doll, you're [Em] bound to fall"
You [F] thought they were all [G] kiddin' you
[F] You used to [G] laugh about [F] Everybody that was [G] hangin' out
[F] Now you[Em] don't [Dm] talk so loud[C] [F] Now you[Em] don't seem[Dm] so [C] proud
About [Dm] having to be scrounging [F] for your next [G]meal.
How does it [C] feel [F] [G] How does it [C] feel [F] [G]
To be without a [C] home [F] [G] Like a complete un[C]known [F] [G]
Like a rolling sto[C]ne? [F] [G]
Aww, You've [C] gone to the [Dm] finest school all right, [Em] Miss Lonely
But you [F] know you only used to get [G] juiced in it
[C] Nobody has ever taught you [Dm] how to live out on the [Em] street
And now you're [F] gonna have to get [G] used to it
[F] You said you never [G] compromise
[F] With the mystery tramp, but now you [G] realise
[F] He's not [Em] selling any [Dm] alib- [C]-is
[F] As you stare into the [Em] vacuum [Dm] of his [C] eyes
And [F] say do you want to [C] make a [G] deal?
How does it fe[C]el [F] [G] How does it fe[C]el [F] [G]
To be on your [C] own [F] [G] With no direction [C] home[F] [G]
Like a complete un[C]known [F] [G] Like a rolling sto[C]ne? [F] [G]
Aww, You [C] never turned [Dm] around to see the frowns
[Em] On the jugglers and the [F] clowns when they all did [G] tricks for you
[C] never understood that it [Dm] ain't no good
You [Em] shouldn't let other [F] people get your [G] kicks for you
[F] You used to ride on the chrome horse with your [G] diplomat
[F] Who carried on his shoulder a [G] Siamese cat
[F] Ain't it [Em] hard when you [Dm] discover [C] that
[F] he really [Em] wasn't [Dm] where it's [C] at,
[F] after he took from you everything [C] he could [G] steal?
[C] Princess on the [Dm] steeple and all the [Em] pretty people
They're all [F] drinkin', thinkin' that they [G] got it made
[C] Exchanging all [Dm] precious gifts [Em]
But you'd better [F] take your diamond ring, [G] you'd better pawn it babe
[F] You used to be [G] so amused
[F]At Napoleon in rags [G] and the language that he used.
[F] Go to him now, he [Em] calls you, you [Dm] can't refuse [C]
[F] When you got [Em] nothing, you got [Dm] nothing to lose [C]
[F] You're invisible now, you got no secrets [C] to con- [G]-ceal.