Shelter from the Storm - chords, tab and comments

At the bottom you'll find a link to the complete lyrics.

1972 album "Blood on the Tracks" - in my opinion Dylans's best production ever, which is not peanuts - is almost entirely recorded D open tuning. Playing nylon string, this trick sounds disgusting. And my voice sounds disgusting trying to sing D major. Thus my humble transition and conversion. Play it medley with "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go" : these are among the best love songs ever written.
G                Gmaj7    C                G
twas in another lifetime  one of toil and blood
                      Bm             C                D7sus4
when blackness was a virtue and the road was full of mud
   G                Gmaj7         C               D7sus4
I came in from the wilderness a creature void of form
     G                   Bm       C        Cmaj7    G
come in" she said  I'll give you shelter from the storm
G major
G major seventh
C major
C major seventh
B minor
D seventh suspend four
Bob Dylan