Johnsmith – Appalachian Rain chords

Appalachian Rain 
© 2000 Johnsmith, Blue Pine Music / Buddy Mondlock, Major Bob Music (ASCAP) 
Capo I

tune low E to D

Intro: 	G / D / A4 / Bm /
        G / A4 / D / D /

Bm A4 D/Fis1. Setting out on this journey
G DI packed up my regrets
Bm A4 GNow I sit here in this shelter
A4 BmSeems I don't have many left
G DSo I'm writing you this letter
A4 BmOn this rainy April day
G D A4 BmYou said your heart needed some distance
G A4 DSo I walked away
A4 D D G DI would gladly walk from Georgia, all the way to Maine
G D/FisI would cross the creeks and the mountain peaks
Bm A4Whispering your name
G D/FisIf you asked me I would do this
G D/Fis A4I would go and not complain
G D A4 BmBut this walk's for me, to find my peace
G A4 DIn the Appalachian rain
Bm A4 D/Fis2. Looking out on the Blue Ridge
G DI pulled a pebble from my shoe
Bm A4 GI threw it down into the valley
A4 BmThen I sat and thought of you
G DI wish somehow it was that easy
A4 BmTo just let go of all the pain
G D A4 BmBut it's not, so I keep walkin'
G A4 DIn the Appalachian Rain
CHORUS Bridge:
A4 A4You could meet me at Katahdin
Bm BmOn that clear September day
G D/FisBut if you're not there where the trail ends,
G A4I'll still be okay
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