Gordon Bok – Bare-Legged Kate chords

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[Intro]
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[Chorus]
GBare legged Kate with your natural grace
Am DAnd your big sad eyes and your Irish face
GA poor bush girl when the summer is high
Am D GIn the bitter days of Gundagai
[Verse]
GBare legged Kate why do you run
Am DDown to the creek in the setting sun?
GGo away where the eyes of the world can't see
Am D G DBut you can't run away from your poverty
[Verse]
GBare legged Kate, why do you weep
Am DWhen the men drove by with the travelling sheep?
GDoes the sight of the drover make you sad
Am D G DWhen you think of the father you never had?
[Chorus]
GBare legged Kate with your natural grace
Am DAnd your big sad eyes and your Irish face
GA poor bush girl when the summer is high
Am D GIn the bitter days of Gundagai
[Verse]
GOh, it's well you know, there's gold in the hills
Am DBut you know that the cyanide process kills
GStrangles the miners and cuts them down
Am D GIn their mean little homes in Timber Town
[Verse]
GAnd it's well you know, when the floods come down
Am DIt's the poor by the river are the first to drown
GWhere the wild Murrumbidgee goes roaring by
Am D GThrough the haunted hills of Gundagai
[Chorus]
GBare legged Kate with your natural grace
Am DAnd your big sad eyes and your Irish face
GA poor bush girl when the winter is nigh
Am D GIn the barren hills of Gundagai
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