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Dwight Yoakam - South Of Cincinnatti (Chord)
Album: Guitars, Cadillac, Etc., Etc. (1986)
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South Of Cincinnati.
Dwight Yoakam.
Album: Guitar, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc.

Intro: G C G

(Chorus)
G               D/F#     C    G
If you ever get south of Cincinnati, 
C              D             G   D F#m Gm
Down where the dogwood trees grow,
       G        D            C     G
If you ever get south of the Mason-Dixon 
       C             D       G  D
To the home you left so long ago,
       G        D/F#         C    G
If you ever get south of the Ohio River, 
C          D         G      D
Down where Dixieland begins,
       G        D/F#     C     G
If you ever get south of Cincinnati,
C       D     G    C G
I'll be yours again.

G                              C            G
She pulled the letter from the pages of her Bible,
                   D                  G
And a rose pressed inside the book of Luke,
G                                   C               G             
For fourteen years she'd write each day but keep it hidden,
G                         D                   G
Refused to even speak his name, but still she wrote.

(Chorus)
G               D/F#     C    G
If you ever get south of Cincinnati, 
C              D             G   D F#m7 Gm7
Down where the dogwood trees grow,
       G        F#m          C     G
If you ever get south of the Mason-Dixon 
       C             D       G  D
To the home you left so long ago,
       G        F#m          C    G
If you ever get south of the Ohio River, 
C          D         G      D
Down where Dixieland begins,
       G        D/F#     C     G
If you ever get south of Cincinnati,
C       D     G    C G
I'll be yours again.

Break: F#m C G C D G D G D/F# C G C D G C G

G              C            G      C G
At a cold gray apartment in Chicago,
G                  D                 G
A cigarette drowns inside a glass of gin,
G                                 C               G
He lies there drunk, but it don't matter drunk or sober,
G                               D                   G   D
He'll never read the words that pride won't let her send.

(Chorus)
G               D/F#     C    G
If you ever get south of Cincinnati, 
C              D             G   D F#m Gm
Down where the dogwood trees grow,
       G        D            C     G
If you ever get south of the Mason-Dixon 
       C             D       G  D
To the home you left so long ago,
       G        D/F#         C    G
If you ever get south of the Ohio River, 
C          D         G      D
Down where Dixieland begins,
       G        D/F#     C     G
If you ever get south of Cincinnati,
C       D     G    G/B
I'll be yours again,
C       D     G
I'll be yours again.

D/F# C G C D6 G D G D/F# C G C D6 G D G D/F# C G C D6 G

 
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