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Josh Ritter - To The Dogs Or Whoever chords

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Capo: 4
        
 C
Deep in the belly of a whale I found her 
 Em
Down with the deep blue jail around her 
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Running her hands through the ribs of the dark 
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Florence and Calamity and Joan of Arc

 C
I love the way she looks in her underwear 
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I lose my page then the plot then the book then I swear 
 Am
She makes the most of her time by loving me plenty 
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She knows thereíll come a day when we wonít be getting any

 C Em Am F G

 C
The stain of the sepia the butcher Crimea 
 Em
Through the wreck of a brass band I though I could see her 
 Am
In a cakewalk she came through the dead and the lame 
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Just a little bird floating on a hurricane

 C
I was flat on my back with my feet in the thorns 
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I was in between the apples and the chloroform 
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She came to me often I was sure I was dying 
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It was always hard to tell if she was laughing or crying

     C                       Am
I thought I heard somebody calling 
        F                 G             C
In the dark I thought I heard somebody call

 C
Joan never cared about the in-betweens 
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Combed her hair with a blade did the Maid of Orleans 
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Said Christ walked on water we can wade through the war 
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You donít need to tell me who the fire is for

 C
Oh bring me the love that can sweeten a sword 
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A boat that can love the rocks or the shore 
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The love of the iceberg reaching out for a wreck 
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Can you love me like the crosses love the nape of the neck?

 C Em Am F G

 C
Was it Casey Jones or Casey at the Bat 
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Who died out of pride and got famous for that 
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Killed by a swerve laid low by the curve 
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Do you ever think they ever thought they got what they deserved

 C
Pity the bullet and pity the man 
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Who both find their place in the same sad plan 
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Who both are like the barrel going over the falls 
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Crying all the way down I never asked to be involved

     C                       Am
I thought I heard somebody calling 
        F                 G             C
In the dark I thought I heard somebody call

 C Em Am F G

 C
General George began the day by taking pink little pills 
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Sent his men to the top of some hell of a hill 
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Through the whisper of trees came artillery breeze 
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He said I love the way the wind comes a-tickling my knees

 C
Jane shot the apple right between the eyes 
 Em
I was thinking of her when you came outside 
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Lemonade on your breath sun in your hair 
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Did I mention how I love you in your underwear?

 C
Deep in the belly of a whale I found her 
 Em
Down with the deep blue jail around her 
 Am
Running her hands through the ribs of the dark 
 F                         G
Florence and Calamity and Joan of Arc

     C                       Am
I thought I heard somebody calling 
        F                 G             C
In the dark I thought I heard somebody call
     C                       Am
I thought I heard somebody calling 
        F                 G             C
In the dark I thought I heard somebody call
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