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Mark Knopfler - Privateering chords

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Mark Knopfler's Privateering double album chords by Foma
I've transcribed only songs with rhythm guitar in it
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01. Redbud Tree


Time: 4/4, 3/4, 2/4
Key: D Minor
Capo: 5 fret


* Play with first string muted by little finger of the right hand


| Am | % | % | % |


 Am             G     F   C
Hunted down, I came upon
    Bb                 Am
A place of ferns and grass
          G            F   C
Gathered to a redbud tree
     Bb                  Am
And now their footsteps pass

          G         F    C
Where I crouch in dread
        Bb            Am
Discovery my certain death
            G               F    C
Her leaves reaching for my head
   Bb             Am
As I suspend my breath


         C          Dm            A
Redbud tree, shelter me, shelter me
         Dm           G           A
Redbud tree, shelter me, shelter me


| 3/4 Am - G | F - - | C Bb | Am | - G |
| 3/4 F - - | C Bb | Am |
| C | 2/4 Dm | A | Dm G | A |
| C | 2/4 Dm | A | Dm/F G | A | % |
| Am | % |


               G        F    C      
Those days of fear are gone
    Bb               Am
Yet I am pledged to her
    G         F    C
As to my only one
    Bb         Am
My lovely protector


         C          Dm            A
Redbud tree, shelter me, shelter me
         Dm           G           A
Redbud tree, shelter me, shelter me
         C          Dm            A
Redbud tree, shelter me, shelter me
         Dm/F         G           A
Redbud tree, shelter me, shelter me


| A | repeat

| A |


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02. Haul Away


Time: 4/4
Key: C Major
Capo: 5 fret


| C D | Em | D | C/G |
| G C/G | G |

                   C/G                      G
It was a windless night when you left the ship
     D/F#  G       G/B   C
You never were a steady bold one
                D/F#              Em
I gave my hand, ah, but you did slip
       CMaj7  D/F#             Em       C/G
Iím a living man and youíre a cold one
       G    C/G            G
Haul away, haul away for home

              C/G                G
My loveís as fair as a girl can be
    D/F#    G         G/B   C/G
My wedding ring is a heavy gold one
                 D/F#               Em
Now you lie alone in the deep dark sea
       CMaj7  D/F#             Em       C/G
Iím a living   man and youíre a cold one
       G    C/G           G
Haul away, haul away for home


| C/G | G - - D/F# | 2/4 G G/B | C |
| C D/F# | Em - - CMaj7 | D/F# | Em C |
| G C/G | G |


              C/G                         G
The morning brings, Lord, a fresh young breeze
    D/F#     G        G/B      C/G
To fill our sails and end the doldrums
                  D/F#             Em
Our lucky ship  speeds across the sea
       CMaj7  D/F#             Em       C/G
Iím a living man and youíre a cold one
       G    C/G           G
Haul away, haul away for home


| C | G - - D/F# | 2/4 G G/B | C |
| C D/F# | Em - - CMaj7 | D/F# | Em C |
| G C/G | G | repeat

| G |


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04. Privateering


Time: 2/4
Key: C Minor
Capo: 3 fret


| Am | % | % | % | Am | % | G | Am |
| Am | % | % | % | Am | % | G | Am |
| Am | % | % | % |
| Am | % |


 Am
Yonís my privateer

See how trim she lies

To every man a lucky hand

And every man a prize

I live to ride the ocean
     C             G     Am
The mighty world around
                   C
To take a little plunder
        G               Am
And to hear the cannon sound

    F               C
To lay with pretty women
                  G    D/F#
To drink Madeira wine
    Am                C
To hear the rollers thunder
       G               Am
On a shore that isnít mine

      Am
Privateering we will go

Privateering, yo ho hoho

Privateering we will go

Yo ho ho, yo ho ho


| Am | % | G | Am |
| Am | % | % | % |

     Am
The people on your man oí war

Are treated worse than scum

Iím no flogging captain

And by God Iíve sailed with some

Come with me to Barbary
        C               G    Am
Weíll ply there up and down
            C
Not quite exactly
        G               Am
In the service of the Crown
    F               C
To lay with pretty women
                  G    D/F#
To drink Madeira wine
    Am                C
To hear the rollers thunder
       G               Am
On a shore that isnít mine


      Am
Privateering we will go

Privateering, yo ho hoho

Privateering we will go

Yo ho ho, yo ho ho


| Am | % | % | % |
| Am | % | % | D5 |
| Am | % | % | % |
| Am | % | % | % | repeat


 Am
Lookíee thereís my privateer

Sheís small but she can sting

Licensed to take prizes

With a letter from the King

I love the streets and taverns
       C             G
Of a pretty foreign town
        Am                   C
Tip my hat to the dark-eyed ladies
       G            Am
As we sally up and down
    F               C
To lay with pretty women
                  G    D/F#
To drink Madeira wine
    Am                C
To hear the rollers thunder
       G               Am
On a shore that isnít mine


      Am
Privateering we will go

Privateering, yo ho hoho

Privateering we will go

Yo ho ho, yo ho ho


| Am | % | % | % |
| Am | % | % | D5 |
| Am | % | % | % |
| Am | % | % | % | repeat


    Am
Britannia needs her privateers

Each time she goes to war

Death to all her enemies

Though prizes matter more

Come with me to Barbary
        C               G    Am
Weíll ply there up and down
            C
Not quite exactly
        G               Am
In the service of the Crown
    F               C
To lay with pretty women
                  G    D/F#
To drink Madeira wine
    Am                C
To hear the rollers thunder
       G               Am
On a shore that isnít mine


      Am
Privateering we will go

Privateering, yo ho hoho

Privateering we will go

Yo ho ho, yo ho ho


| Am | % | % | % |
| Am | % | % | D5 |
| Am | % | % | % |
| Am | % | % | % | repeat

| Am |


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05. Miss You Blues


Time: 4/4
Key: D Major
Capo: 2 fret


| C | F/C C | C | F/C G |
| C | F/C C | C | G C |


 C                     F/C       C
Miss you blues, baby, miss you blues
                       F/C       G
Miss you blues, baby, miss you blues
     C                                  F/C         C
You never used to look behind you, that isnít what youíd do
                                         G         C
Didnít leave a thing behind you but the miss you blues

  C                           F/C        C
Whoís gonna take your place, fill your shoes?
                              F/C        G
Whoís gonna take your place, fill your shoes?
     C                                  F           C
You never used to look behind you, that isnít what youíd do
                                         G         C
Didnít leave a thing behind you but the miss you blues


 C                     F         C
Miss you blues, baby, miss you blues
                      F         G
Miss you blues, baby miss you blues
     C                                  F           C
You never used to look behind you, that isnít what youíd do
                                         G         C
Didnít leave a thing behind you but the miss you blues


| C | F C | C | F G |
| C | F C | C | G C |


 C                  F   C
Walk alone down the avenue
 C                  F   G
Walk alone down the avenue
     C                                  F                 C
You never used to look behind you, that isnít what youíd do
                                         G         C
Didnít leave a thing behind you but the miss you blues


 C                     F         C
Miss you blues, baby, miss you blues
                      F         G
Miss you blues, baby miss you blues
     C                                  F           C
You never used to look behind you, that isnít what youíd do
                                         G         C
Didnít leave a thing behind you but the miss you blues


| C | F C | C | F G |
| C | F C | C | G C | repeat

| C |


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06. Corned Beef City


Time: 4/4
Key: C Major
Capo: No


| C | % | % | % |
| C | % | % | % |


 C
Early in the morning

Going to meet a man
                 Csus2
Wants a truck unloading
     Csus4   C
For cash-in-hand

You donít ask questions

When thereís nothing in the bank 
                 Csus2
Got to feed the kids
             Csus4         C
And put the diesel in the tank


Bacon, egg and sausage

Double chips and beans 
                   G
Tea and bread and butter
       F             C
And a day on the machines

Christmas is coming

With the final demand
              G
What you got going
     F       C
For cash in hand


F  G        C
      So it ainít too pretty
F  G   C
      Corned Beef City
F  G     C
      It ainít too pretty
F  G/D  C
       Corned Beef City


| C | % | % | % |
| C G | F C | G F |
| C | % | % | % |


Early in the morning

Where the trucks all stand
                           G
Iíve got a pocket full of folding
       F             C
And a pair of jerry cans

Iíve got to keep it going

Theyíre laying off at Ford
                    G
Iím only one step ahead
       F      C
Of my room and board


F  G        C
      So it ainít too pretty
F  G   C
      Corned Beef City
F  G     C
      It ainít too pretty
F  G/D  C
       Corned Beef City


| C | % | % | % |
| C G | F C | G F |
| C | % | % | % |


Early in the morning

Going to meet a man
                 G
Wants a truck unloading
     F       C
For cash-in-hand

You donít ask questions

When thereís nothing in the bank 
                 G
Got to feed the kids
             F             C
And put the diesel in the tank


F  G        C
      So it ainít too pretty
F  G   C
      Corned Beef City
F  G     C
      It ainít too pretty
F  G/D  C
       Corned Beef City


| C | % | % | % |
| C G | F C | G F |
| C | % | % | % |
| C G | F C | G F |
| C |


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07. Go, Love


Csus4/F = [133010]
D7sus2/A = [x04530]

Time: 4/4
Key: B Minor
Capo: 2 fret

| Am | F G | Am Am/G | F |
| Am | Csus4/F G | Am F | G | repeat

Am
                  F    G    Am
I had to leave for certain
           Am/G            F      Am
I like to come back now and then
                 Csus4/F   G     Am
Maybe Iím just retu   -   rning
   F             G    Am
So I can leave again

                     F    G    Am  Am/G
The wind comes softly blowing
                  F     Am
From the cold grey sea
                Csus4/F  G   Am
She leans into my col - lar
         F            G
Starts whispering to me


Am
                  Csus4/F  G  Am
Go, love, if youíre going
     Am/G                   F    Am
You keep looking down the track
                  Csus4/F  G  Am
Go, love, if youíre going
         F                  G
Iíll be here when you come back


 Am7 D7sus2/A      Am7 D7sus2/A  repeat
Go, love, if youíre going
 Am7 D7sus2/A      Am7 D7sus2/A  Am7 D7sus2/A
Go, love, if youíre going


| Am | F G | Am Am/G | F |
| Am | Csus4/F G | Am F | G | repeat


Am
                     F   G    Am
So go, love, if youíre going
        Am/G              F  Am
Donít stay on account of me
                  Csus4/F   G     Am
Go, love, if youíre        going
               F               G
If thatís the way itís got to be


Am
                  Csus4/F  G  Am
Go, love, if youíre going
     Am/G                   F    Am
You keep looking down the track
                  Csus4/F  G  Am
Go, love, if youíre going
         F                  G
Iíll be here when you come back


 Am7 D7sus2/A      Am7 D7sus2/A repeat
Go, love, if youíre going
 Am7 D7sus2/A      Am7 D7sus2/A  Am7 D7sus2/A  Am
Go, love, if youíre going


| Am7 D7sus2/A | repeat


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09. Yon Two Crows


AmMaj7 = [x02110]
Am6 = [5x4555]

Time: 4/4
Key: D Minor
Capo: 5 fret


| Am | % | % | % |


Am
                     AmMaj7
Pennies from heaven
                     Am7
Donít make me laugh

Here all youíll get 
        Am6
Is the pattering rain
    F               C/G
Or yon two crows up over the hill
         G
Looking for winterkill

Am
Always at your boots
     AmMaj7              Am7
The mud behind the byre 
           Am6
With its clammy hold 
       F
Would mock you up a grave
     C/G                G 
Here in the mire of a wrecked sheepfold

C/G

And all youíll bring to this 
    F               C/G
Is muscle and grit
                     F             C/G
Persistence, thatís just about it

What made you think
              F
Thereíd be a living in sheep?
 C/E  F    C/E             F       
Eat, work, eat, work and sleep


Am

Duck under the eaves
        AmMaj7 
Of the bothy
    Am7                Am6  F
To sit here, caged by rain

Somewhere to go conjure
   C
A next move
                 G
When I have to think again

Am
                   AmMaj7        Am7
The dog lifts his gaze to plead
                           Am6         F
Believes the wizard has a magic stick
                     C
Leans his weight into my tweed
                  G
I give an unholy hand to lick

   C
I take a swig of sheep dip 
  F            C
From my flask
           F          C
And once again I ask

What made you think
              F
Thereíd be a living in sheep?
 C    F    C            F
Eat, work, eat, work and sleep


| Am C | G | % | Em |
| Am | Em | - G | Am |
| Am | % | % |


Am

They were at this game 
             AmMaj7    Am7
Two hundred years ago

Had thirty ways
          Am6               F
Of dying young, poor souls
                       C/G
Laid to rest in their soggy rows
               G
Rain on their holy books

Am
                  AmMaj7
Blood and whisky 
               Am7
On the tongue
                         Am6     F
And no-one watching over anyone
                       C
No-one left but your stubborn one
          G
And the crows and rooks


C
         F           C
Ah, the dying young 
     F             C/G
Well Iím not done
                 F
You watch me and Iíll watch thee 
        C
I can still work for two men
      F              C
And drink for three

And I raise my flask
         F             C/G 
To the clearing skies

To you, sweepers 
     F             C/G
You carrion spies
            F            C/G
To scavenge and survive
                  F
If you can do it     so can I


| Am C | G | % | Em |
| Am | Em | - G | Am | repeat

| Dsus2 |


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10. Seattle


Bb6/9 = [x10011]
Fsus4/G = [3x3311]


Time: 4/4
Key: C Major
Capo: No


| C | Bb6/9 | repeat 4 times
| C | % |


  C                         Am              F
Above the bar the TVs are showing the game
                                         C
But weíre not watching it, weíre hardly focussing
             C/B            Am
Through the windows in the fading day
    Dm         BbMaj7
1st Avenue is turning grey 

F
                                 C          F
Do you ever look at me and see another man
                    Dm               G           C
Letís get two more beers and try to make a plan
              C/B            Am
Sometimes it feels as though I have a key
    Dm                          BbMaj7
But every time I try it it wonít turn for me

  F                               C
Seattle - youíve got to love the rain
                  Bb6/9  Fsus4/G
And we both love rain
            C
We both love rain


C
                                      Am         F
We watched the city skyline from the ferry deck
                        C
And you put your arms around my neck
              C/B         Am           Dm
We talked of looking just out of town 
                          BbMaj7
Now itís looking like a dream shot down

F
                                   C           F
I still believe that thereís somewhere for us
              Dm                G             C
But now itís something that we donít discuss
                C/B        Am          Dm
And youíre the best thing I ever knew
                             BbMaj7
Stay with me, baby, and weíll make it to

Weíll make it to


  F                               C
Seattle - youíve got to love the rain
                  Bb6/9  Fsus4/G
And we both love rain
            C
We both love rain
  F                            C
Seattle - I want you just the same
                  Bb6/9  Fsus4/G
And we both love rain
            C      Bb6/9
We both love rain


| C Bb6/9 | repeat
| C |


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01. Kingdom Of Gold


Time: 3/4
Key: C# Minor
Capo: 4 fret


| Am | % | G | Am | F | G | % | Em | % |
| Am | % | G | Am | F | Em | % | Am | % | % | % |


     Am                         G           Am
The high priest of money looks down on the river 
     F          G                     Em
The dawn coming up on his kingdom of gold
          Am                     G         Am
When the rim of the sun sends an arrow of silver
     F           Em                         Am
He prays to the gods of the bought and the sold

    Am                        G          Am
He turns to his symbols, his ribbons of numbers 
      F           G                       Em
They circle and spin on their mystical scroll 
    Am                         G           Am
He looks for a sign while the city still slumbers
         F               Em              Am   Asus2  Am
And the ribbons and the river forever unroll

                   Am   Asus2  G
In his kingdom of gold
     CMaj7      D/F#  D/F#  Dsus2/F#
His kingdom of gold
 Dm7        Am  Asus2  G
Kingdom of gold
     CMaj7      D/F#  D/F#  C/E
His kingdom of gold
 D          E
Kingdom of gold


| Am | % | G | Am | F | Em | % |
| Am | % | % | % |


Am
               G           Am
On the horizon   an enemy haven 
        F         G                      Em
Sends traces of smoke high up into the sky 
   Am                        G         Am
A pack of dog jackals and a rabble of ravens
        F            Em                      Am
Whoíll come for his fortress, his castle on high

                   Am   Asus2  G
In his kingdom of gold
     CMaj7      D/F#  D/F#  Dsus2/F#
His kingdom of gold
 Dm7        Am  Asus2  G
Kingdom of gold
     CMaj7      D/F#  D/F#  C/E
His kingdom of gold
 D          E
Kingdom of gold


| Am | % | G | Am | F | G | % | Em | % |
| Am | % | G | Am | F | Em | % | Am | % | % | % |


    Am                    G             Am
His axes and armour will conquer these devils
     F         G                       Em 
The turbulent raiders will falter and fall 
       Am                      G                Am
Their leaders be taken, their camps burned and levelled
         F           Em                    Am
Theyíll hang in the wind from his citadel walls 

                   Am   Asus2  G
In his kingdom of gold
 CMaj7      D/F#  D/F#  Dsus/F#
Kingdom of gold
 Dm7        Am   Asus2  G
Kingdom of gold
 CMaj7      D/F#  D/F#  D/F#
Kingdom of gold

 Dm7        Am   Asus2  G
Kingdom of gold
 CMaj7      D/F#  D/F#  Dsus/F#
Kingdom of gold
 Dm7        Am   Asus2  G/B
Kingdom of gold
 CMaj7      D/F#  D/F#  C/E
Kingdom of gold
 D          Em
Kingdom of gold


| Am | % | G | Am | F | G | % | Em | % |
| Am | % | G | Am | F | Em | % | Am |


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02.Got To Have Something


Time: 4/4, 2/4
Key: B Major
Capo: 2 fret


| A5 | % | % | % |
| A5 | % | % | % |


            D7
Well if you ainít got whiskey
                       C5         A5
Donít tell me that you ainít got gin
       D7
If you ainít got whiskey
                       C5         A5
Donít tell me that you ainít got gin
        E
Well I got to have something
 D7             C5       A5
Need to get my medicine

             D7
Well I can play your fish fry
           C5       A5
Play for change in town
        D7
I can play your fish fry
                 C5       A5
I can play for change in town
        E                     D7
Well I got to have something
              C5    A5
Keep me from going down


| D7 | - C5 | A5 | % | 2/4 % |
| D7 | - C5 | A5 | % | 2/4 % |
| E | D7 C5 | A5 | % | 2/4 % |


      D7
Well let me play you one thing
                    C5       A5
Somebody must have just got paid
       D7
Yeah, let me play you one thing
                    C5       A5
Somebody must have just got paid
        E
Well I got to have something
D7         C5        A5
Even if I donít get laid


| D7 | - C5 | A5 | % | 2/4 % |
| D7 | - C5 | A5 | % | 2/4 % |
| E | D7 C5 | A5 | % | 2/4 % |


            D7
Yes, if you ainít got whiskey
                       C5         A5
Donít tell me that you ainít got gin
       D7
If you ainít got whiskey
                       C5         A5
Donít tell me that you ainít got gin
        E
Well I got to have something
 D7             C5       A5
Need to get my medicine
         E
Yeah, I got to have something
 D7             C5       A5
Need to get my medicine


| A5 |


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03. Radio City Serenade


Time: 4/4
Key: B Major
Capo: 2 fret

Intro (piano):

| Bsus2/F# F#dim7  | Bsus4/F# F# |
| Ebm7 G#m7 | C#m7 C(b5) |

Intro (guitar):

| D | A/C# | D | A/C# |
| G6 Gm6 | DMaj7 Bm | C#m | G |
| F#m | D A/C# | D A | D E |
| Asus4 A | A |

        A
Youíve got to have no credit cards
                        A/C#
To know how good it feels
     D/A
The howling of the bridges

The sidewalks bound with steel
 A              D/A
Sitting on the sidewalk
        A    F#m/A       Bm
With a party       to arrange
 Bm/A              D/A  E
May you never change

    A
I stay out when I want to
                        A/C#  D
Still she takes me back

Donít know another girl 

Would cut me so much slack
  A/C#         D
Every wounded soldier 
         A   F#m          Bm
Needs a lady      with a light
    Bm/A                  D    E
To help him through the night


           A
So blow a kiss to Radio City
    E/G#         A    A/C#
My forever silhouette
D                A/C#
Oh, you are so pretty
      D          E
My beautiful Rockette
        A/C#  D     E
Youíve got my arms 
                   A     F#m
And the crosstown horns 
      D                       Esus4  E
Going on - weíve got it going on


| A | E/G# A A/C# | D A | D E |
| D E | A F#m | D | Esus4 E | 


 A
Have I got you a river view
                        A/C#
This one tops the list
 D
Got a head full of you
                A/C#
And Irish Mist
         D
I know I owe it
        A   F#m          Bm
To the lady      by the sea
      Bm/A               D   E
Who still looks out for me


           A
So blow a kiss to Radio City
    E            A    A/C#
My forever silhouette
D                A/C#
Oh, you are so pretty
      D          E
My beautiful Rockette
              D     E
Youíve got my arms 
                   A     F#m
And the crosstown horns 
      D                       E
Going on - weíve got it going on
              D     E
Youíve got my arms 
                   A     F#m
And the crosstown horns 
      D                       E
Going on - weíve got it going on

Weíve got it going on

| D | A/C# | D | A/C# |
| G6 Gm6 | DMaj7 Bm | C#m | G |
| F#m | D A/C# | D A/C# | D E |
| Asus4 A |

| G6 | G6 F#m7 | D E | D A |

| D | A |


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04. I Used To Could


Time: 4/4
Key: E Major
Capo: No
* Major blues in E


| E | % | % | % |
| E | % | % | % |
| E | % | % | % |


      E
Well, all down the 40 I never used to lift

Thirteen gears, double clutch shift
A7
All those horses underneath the hood
         E
I donít do it no more but I used to could


| E | % | % | % |


E
GMC Cannonball going like a train

All down the 40 in the driving rain
A7
All those horses underneath the hood
         E
I donít do it no more but I used to could


| E | % | % | % |
| E | % | % | % |
| A7 | % | % | % |
| E | % | % | % |

| E | % | % | % |
| A7 | % | E | % |
| B7 | A7 | E | % |
| E | % | % | % |


        E
Well I donít hang around Ďcause it ainít no good

Like the big bad wolf in the neighborhood
  A7
Chasiní after Little Red Riding Hood

I donít do it no more but I used to could


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06. Bluebird


Gm6 = [3x233x]
A7 = [x02223]


Time: 4/4
Key: Eb Minor
Capo: 1 fret
* Minor blues in Eb


| Dm | % | % | % |
| Gm | % | Dm | % |
| F | Gm6 A7 | Dm | % |


Got crows in my pasture
                 Gm
Rats in my barn

Crows in my pasture, babe
                 Dm
Rats in my barn
          F                    Gm6  A7
If I was you, little bluebird
                  Dm
Iíd up and find another farm


Iíve got nightshade in my meadow
                    Gm
Ragweed in my corn

Nightshade in my meadow
                   Dm
And ragweed in my corn
          F                    Gm6  A7
If I was you, little bluebird
             Dm
Iíd be long gone


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| F | Gm6 A7 | Dm | % |


Yes, I got squirrels in my rafters
                   Gm
Weevils in my hay

Squirrels in my rafters
               Dm
Weevils in my hay
          F                    Gm6  A7
If I was you, little bluebird
             Dm
Iíd up and fly away

Fly away, baby


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| F | Gm6 A7 | Dm | % |

| Dm |


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07. Dream Of The Drowned Submariner


FMaj7 = [133210]

Time: 4/4 (3/4 and 2/4 for certain bars)
Key: C Minor
Capo: 3 fret


| Am - - G/B | C | Dm Am - C/G | F |
| Am - - G/B | C | 3/4 Dm Am - | G | % |

    C           FMaj7   G         C
We run along easy  at periscope depth
                Dm7         G
Sun dappling through clear water
 F            G            C         Am
So went the dream of the drowned submariner
      F    C/G   G            Am
Far awa     -    y from the slaughter

      C               FMaj7      G            C
Your hair is a strawflower that sings in the sun
                  Dm7     G
My darling, my beautiful daughter
 F            G            C         Am
So went the dream of the drowned submariner
       F   C/G   G         Am
Cast awa    -    y on the water


| Am - - G/B | C | Dm Am - C/G | F |
| Am - - G/B | C | 3/4 Dm Am F | G | % |
| C FMaj7 | G C | - - Dm7 - | G |
| F G/B | 2/4 C | Am | F C/G | G | Am | % |


      F           G      F            C/G
From down in the vault, down in the grave
         F          C/G          G
Reaching up to the light on the waves


 C          FMaj7     G          C
So she did run to him over the grass
                Dm7          G
She fell in his arms and he caught her
 F            G            C         Am
So went the dream of the drowned submariner
    F    C/G  G         Am
Far awa   -   y on the water
    F    C/G  G         Am
Far awa   -   y on the water


| Am - - G/B | C | Dm Am - C/G | F |
| Am - - G/B | C | 3/4 Dm Am F | G | repeat

| G |


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08. Blood And Water


Time: 4/4
Key: Bb Major and G Minor
Capo: 3 fret


| G Eaug | A7 D7 | G | B7 |


Em
                                   Em6  Am7
Blood and water bound to overflow
                               Em  Em7  Em  Em7
Blood and water bound to overflow
              G
Well thereís no more high water
        Asus2/F#        B7          Em  Em7  D7/A
But the Old Manís just waiting, I know

        G
He was sent up on the levee
             B7
Now theyíve gone up country
      C
They wonít do nothing for you now 
     G
And donít go asking me
         A7   B7                 Em  D7
Theyíve gone     itís all over here

     G
Sometimes Iíd see her passing
         B7
With the evening coming on
C                             C#dim7
Iíve seen you on her pathway
                       G
Iíve seen you at dawn
                        B7            C
Look over yonder at that empty shack
                          C#dim7
You know as well as I do

They ainít coming back
           G  Eaug  A7  D7             G    B7
Theyíre gone            itís all over here

Em
                                   Am7
Blood and water bound to overflow
                               Em 
Blood and water bound to overflow
              G
Well thereís no more high water
        Asus2/F#        B7          Em   B7
But the Old Manís just waiting, I know


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| Am7 | % | Em | % |
| G | Asus2/F# B7 | Em | D7 |


G

So many promises
     B7
We broke them, every one
 C
Kept people on the levees
      G
Withsherrifs and shotguns
           A7  B7                 Em   D7
Theyíre gone       itís all over here

G
                        B7             C
Look over yonder at that  empty shack

You know as well as I do
    C#dim7
They ainít coming back
           G  Eaug  A7  D7             G    B7
Theyíre gone            itís all over here

Em
                                   Am7
Blood and water bound to overflow
                               Em
Blood and water bound to overflow
              G                  Asus2/F# B7
Well thereís no more high water
 Em                 A7
No more high water
              G
Well thereís no more high water
        Asus2/F#        B7          Em   B7
But the Old Manís just waiting, I know


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10. After The Beanstalk


Time: 4/4
Key: Eb Major
Capo: 3 fret
* Blues in Eb Major


| C | F | C | C7 |
| F | % | C | % |
| C | G7 | C F | C G7 |

        C                   F                        C    C7
Well a hen can lay a golden egg but she still canít sing
   F                                            C
A hen can lay a golden egg but she still canít sing
                                G7            C    F   C  G7
Well the henís alright but the harp is everything

           C                   F                 C    C7
When heís gunning for glory a boy just wonít be told 
 F                                     C
Gunning for glory a boy just wonít be told 
                              G7                C    F  C  G7
I went up three times but it never was for the gold

C    F                      C   C7
Oh, Mama whatís the matter now
F                           C
Oh, Mama whatís the matter now
            G7                      C   F  C  G7
That old cow she wasnít milking anyhow


| C | F | C | C7 |
| F | % | C | % |
| C | G7 | C F | C G7 |

                   
C                  F                     C    C7
After the beanstalk your lifeís not the same
F                                        C
After the beanstalk your lifeís not the same
                          G7                     C    F  C  G7 
Well the harpís worth more than any fortune and fame

C    F                      C   C7
Oh, Mama whatís the matter now
F                           C
Oh, Mama whatís the matter now
                           G7                   C     F  C  G7
Iím still up in the morning to get behind the plough


| C | F | C | C7 |
| F | % | C | % |
| C | G7 | C F | C G7 |


   C                   F                        C    C7
A hen can lay a golden egg but she still canít sing
   F                                            C
A hen can lay a golden egg but she still canít sing
                                G7            C    F  C  G7
Well the henís alright but the harp is everything

     F                      C   C7
Oh, Mama whatís the matter now
F                           C
Oh, Mama whatís the matter now
                           G7                   C     F
Iím still up in the morning to get behind the plough

| C |
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