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Sonny James - A Little Bit South Of Saskatoon tab

Here's a cool little tune that I first heard in the classic hockey movie "Slapshot".  I
included he basic chord structure of the song as well as the full tab with chord
condensed to one guitar part.  I have tried to make timing as obvious as possible; all 
are eighth notes:

A Little Bit South of Saskatoon
Written by: Sonny James (1975)
Transcribed by: David Podradchik (2007)

This is used for the intro and verse throughout the song:
|   |   |   |      |   |   |   |    |   |   |   |
|---------------||---0---0---0-----|--2---2---2-----|
|---------------||---2---2---2-----|--3---3---3-----|
|---------------||o--2---2---2-----|--2---2---2-----|
|---------------||o--2---2---2-----|0-0-0-0-0-0-----|
|---------3-2-1-||-0-0-0-0-0-0-2-4-|------------2-0-|
|---------------||-----------------|----------------|

 |   |   |   |    |   |   |   |    |
|--3-------3-----|--0---0---0------|
|--3-------3-----|--1---1---1------|
|--0-------0-----|--0---0---0-----o|
|--0-------0-----|--2---2---2-----o|
|--2-0-1-2-2-0-2-|3-3-3-3-3-3-2-1--|
|3-3-------3-----|-----------------|

Intro: A D G C (same as the rest of the song)

A                          D
Just a little bit south of Saskatoon
           G                  C
Pick my guitar for board and room
A                               D
Met a little girl, her name was June
             G             C
A little bit south of Saskatoon

A                          D
Me and Junny-Mae we got on fine
              G                     C
Till I had to move further down the line
A                              D
Promised that girl I'd be back soon
             G             C
A little bit south of Saskatoon

A                          D
Went up to Nome to see the sights
             G                  C
Had a yen to watch the northern lights
A                             D
But I had my mind on my sweet June
             G             C
A little bit south of Saskatoon

A                                D
So I caught a freight and headed back
          G                  C
Following down that railroad track
A                          D
Kept a thinkin' of my honeymoon
             G             C
A little bit south of Saskatoon

A                             D
Me and Junny-Mae got a little house
               G                     C
Got a piece of ground and a few milk cows
A                          D
We're gonna get a youngin' soon
             G             C
A little bit south of Saskatoon

A                                D
In the winter time when we can't farm
             G              C
Me and Junny-Mae sit arm in arm
A                          D
By a big ole fire and honeymoon
             G             C
A little bit south of Saskatoon

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