I Don't Hurt Anymore

Written by Don Robertson and Jack Rollins
Recorded by Bob Dylan and the Band in the Basement, Summer of 1967
Tabbed by Eyolf Østrem

Capo 5th fret (sounding key C major)

The rhythm of the intro figure recurs here and there in the song, in the chords between the verse lines.


  G           C/g           G
  :     .     .     .       :     .     .     .
                                  I don't hurt . . .
[n.c.]          C
I don't hurt anymore
                     G     C/g G
All my teardrops are dry.
No more walking the floor
                    G     C/g G7
With that burning inside.

[n.c.]                 C
Just to think it could be
                    G    C/g G
Time has opened the door
And at last I am free.
[n.c.]          G     C  G
I don't hurt anymore.
No use to deny I wanted to die
                              G       C/g G
The day that you said we were through.
But now that I'm fine, you're out of my mind,
D7 [n.c.]
I can't believe that it's true.
I forgot it somehow
That I cared so before
And it's wonderful now.
I don't hurt anymore.