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Confederate Railroad - Three Verses (Chord)
Submitter: buffdixie (17) on 10/27/03 1 comment
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Confederate Railroad - Three Verses

F  Bb F Bb

         F                              Bb
He had a Martin I had a Fender, we were thirteen years of age
F                                  C
Out back in the tool shed, we were searchiní for the same
     F                                 Bb
Everyday all through that summer, weíd rock n roll and rage
        F                                  C               F
All the neighbors kept complaininí, but it never slowed us down.

Chorus:
        Bb                           F                   Bb
We sang Three Verses of Dixie, Canít Get No Satisfaction
                    F       C
Rainy Women Numbers 12 and 35
Bb           F                             Bb
Try A Little Tenderness, A Whiter Shape Of Pale 
G                   F                Bb   C     F
Turn Turn Turn, For What Itís Worth, Long Black Veil.

Bb F Bb

F                        Bb
Moved out to California, shootiní for the stars
    F                          C
The biggest thing since Elvis, nothiní could go wrong
         F                              Bb
But they took us for all our money, and everything else we owned
      F                                  C                  F
So we got ourselves some whiskey, and we drank it all night long.

Chorus2:
        Bb                           F                   Bb
We sang Three Verses of Dixie, Canít Get No Satisfaction
                   F               C
Rainy Women, and A Bad Moon On The Rise
Bb           F                             Bb
Try A Little Tenderness, A Whiter Shape Of Pale
G                   F                Bb   C     F
Turn Turn Turn, For What Itís Worth, Long Black Veil.

Bb F Bb

      D               Bb          F                 C    D
Oh we never quite got over it, we when out separate ways
                 Bb                F                    C
He traded in his music for cocaine nights, and reckless days
        Bb             F                        C       Bb
Still I knew he always wanted, to make one last journey home.

       F                                 Bb                      F
Near a small white church in the valley, beneath a wooden bridge
                             C
Patiently we waited, on that cold Alabama rain
         F                                 Bb
Then the preacher started preachiní, about lives and about our times
    F                             C             F
The sun was slowly sinkiní, as we laid his body down.

Chorus3:
        Bb                            F                       Bb
We sang Three Verses of Dixie, What a Friend We Have In Jesus
                               F          C    
Walkiní In The Garden, and The Old Rugged Cross
Bb           F                             Bb
Try A Little Tenderness, A Whiter Shape Of Pale
G                   F                Bb   C     F    Bb
Turn Turn Turn, For What Itís Worth, Long Black Veil.

                   F    Bb
We sang Long Black Veil
                   F    Bb F Bb F Bb F Bb F Bb
We sang Long Black Veil.

?'s buffdixie at yahoo.com 
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