What Can I Do For You?

Words and Music by Bob Dylan
Released on Saved (1980)
Tabbed by Eyolf Østrem

Capo 3rd fret (original key Eb major).

I have for some reason transcribed the final harp solo. You can find it here. (Eb harp, straight. The transcription is in C major). It is far from optimized for screen viewing, not at all, but you can save the image and print it out if/when you want to recreate Dylan's most glorious moment as a harpist.
.[There's also a midi file, not to listen to, but to insert into the program “Harping” (if you use Windows), which you can download from http://www.freeyellow.com/members6/harping/.

|: Am  G F Am :|

C   Am   F                   G
You have given everything to me.
           F  F/g  C
What can I do for You?
C   Am   F                G
You have given me eyes to see.
           F  F/g  C
What can I do for You?
Am               C/g             F               C/e
Pulled me out of bondage and You made me renewed inside,
Am          G               C           Dm
Filled up a hunger that had always been denied,
Am                  C/g                  F         C/e   Dm
Opened up a door no man can shut and You opened it up so wide
           Am           C/g          F
And You've chosen me to be among the few.
                  C
What can I do for You?
You have laid down Your life for me.
What can I do for You?
You have explained every mystery.
What can I do for You?
Soon as a man is born, you know the sparks begin to fly,
He gets wise in his own eyes and he's made to believe a lie.
Who would deliver him from the death he's bound to die?
Well, You've done it all and there's no more anyone can pretend to do.
What can I do for You?
You have given all there is to give.
What can I do for You?
You have given me life to live.
How can I live for You?
I know all about poison, I know all about fiery darts,
I don't care how rough the road is, show me where it starts,
Whatever pleases You, tell it to my heart.
Well, I don't deserve it but I sure did make it through.
What can I do for You?

I have for some reason transcribed the final harp solo. You can find it here.
It is not optimized for screen viewing, not at all, but you can save the image and print it out if/when you want to recreate Dylan's most glorious moment as a harpist.