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Dean Brody - Kansas Cried (Chord)
Submitter: lmofle (650) on 7/12/14
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Kansas Cried
By Dean Brody
Tabbed By Larry Mofle
7/12/2014


G/Bb - X10033


Capo 3


D          G/Bb                   D
He fell in love with a girl named Kansas 
       G/Bb       D
In the fall of 1863
  G/Bb                      D           
A farm boy and an officer's daughter
     B               A                G
In a time when young hearts shouldn't dream

          G                        D
He said, "Kansas, I'll love you forever,"
       G/Bb                        D
So she married him under an August sun
            G/Bb                      D
But as they finished their vows, some soldiers came through town
            B               A               G        A
Said "We're lookin' for the willing and the young,"


Chorus:
        D  
He left standin' in her white dress 
   G                              D     G  D
As he bravely marched through the night
           D 
And as she fell to the ground
   G           D                A            D
He left to the sound of hearing sweet Kansas cry


He learned how to hunt 'round Topeka
But he learned how to kill at Spring Hill
The blood and the smoke sure crushed any hope
That he'd find his way through that hell

Chorus

Solo

           Em              G                         D       
He wrote, "Dear Kansas, I, fear that tonight I might break your heart
           Em                         G                                A 
'Cause the fog's rollin' in and we're runnin' outta men and we've been ordered to lead the charge,"


He thought of her in her white dress
As he bravely marched toward the line
And as he fell to the ground, he called her name out
And somewhere his sweet Kansas cried 
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