Here's the complete song like Eddy Arnold did it back in the late
40's. The dim7 chords I've just numbered within the song and diagramed
them at bottom. I like this old song and it has such a great chord
progression. You can strum the chords all the way across each beat and
it's really good.
DON'T ROB ANOTHER MAN'S CASTLE Written by Jenny Lou Carson
(G)-They say a man's (D7)-home is his (G)-castle, (G7)-
And (C)-he's like a (#2)-king (#1)-on (C)-A (G)-throne, (G7)-
It (C)-may be a (#2)-shack, down (G)-'long side the (Em)-track,
But (A7)-everything in it's his (D7)own,
So (G)-don't think of (D7)-takin' his (G)-loved one, (G7)-
(C)-It's written, (B7)-thou shalt not (C)-steal,
Don't rob an - (#4)-oth - (#2)-er (C)-mans (G)-cast - (Em)-le, **(G)-
No (C)-matter how (D7)-lonesome you (G)feel. (see**note)
(G)-Don't rob an -(D7)-other man's (G)-castle, (G7)-
(C)-Don't take his (#2)-trea - (#1)-sures (C)-A - (G)-way, (G7)-
(C)-Strange as it (#2)-seems, when you (G)-steal a man's (Em)-dreams,
You (A7)-never know how much you'll (D7)-pay,
(G)-Don't rob a (D7)-man of his (G)-loved one, (G7)-
(C)-You'll break his (B7)-heart, don't you (C)-see,
I robbed an- (#4)-oth - (#2)-er (C)-man's (G)-cast - (Em)-le, **(G)-
Now (C)-someone just (D7)-took her from (G)-me.
**note, you can stay in Em here or strum another Em, then a G.