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Date: 23 Feb 1993 21:44:25 -0700 (MST)
From: Paul Zimmerman 
Subject: TAB: Seven Curses - Bob Dylan
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This was posted in alt.guitar.tab. Thanks to Rick Black for the tab, lyrics.
(I wasn't sure if he sent you a copy for nevada.edu)
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SEVEN CURSES
Bob Dylan
off of the Bootleg Series
 
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When Reilly's daughter got a message That her father was going to hang She rode by night and came by morning With gold and silver in her hand Whe the judge saw Reilly's daughter His old eyes deepened in his head Saying "Gold will never free your father; The price, my dear, is you instead" "Oh, I'm as good as dead" cried Reilly "It's only you that he does crave And my skin will surely crawl if he touches you at all Get on your horse and ride away" "Oh, father you will surely die If I don't take a chance to try And pay the price and not take your advice For that reason I will have to stay" The gallow's shadown took the evening In the night the hound dog bayed In the night the ground was groaning In the night the price was paid The next morning whe had awoken To find that the judge had never spoken She saw the branch a-bending She saw her father's body broken These be seven curses on a judge so cruel That one doctor cannot save him At two, healers can't heal him And at three eyes cannot see him At four, ears cannot hear him At five, walls cannot hide him At six, beggars cannot buy him And at seven, death shall never kill him Peace, love, and soul, Paul Zimmerman
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