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Decemberists
Decemberists
Here it is. All of the Decemberists' songs and albums in one tab. I'll try to keep it
updated as they cue out with new albums, but it will take a little bit of time to update
however, so don't expect instant service ;). Also, songs that are on more than one album 
will not be repeated. There are also a few songs that are impossible to get chords for so
I have the tab. Any songs with no "Original Tabbers" are ones tabbed by me.

------ =Separation Between Songs
~~~~~~ =Separation Within Songs (Such as between the crane wife 1 and 2)
|||||| =Separation Between Albums

1. Billy Liar
     I. Everything I Try to Do, Nothing Seems to Turn Out Right
     II. Sunshine
2. The Tain
     I. The Tain, Parts 1-5
3. Picaresqueties
     I. The Bandit Queen
     II. Bridges and Balloons
     III. Constantinople
     IV. The Kingdom of Spain
4. The Decemberists-CONNECT Set
     I. PLease Daddy (Don't Get Drunk This Christmas)
5. Always The Bridesmaid
     I. Valerie Plame
     II. O New England
     III. Days Of Elaine
     IV. I'm Sticking With You
     V. A Record Year For Rainfall
     VI. Raincoat Song
6. 5 Songs
     I. Oceanside
     II. Shiny
     III. My Mother Was a Chinese Trapeze Artist
     IV. Angel, Won't You Call Me?
     V. I Don't Mind
     VI. Apology Song
7. Her Majesty The Decemberists
     I. Shanty for the Arethusa
     II. Billy Liar
     III. Los Angeles, I'm Yours
     IV. The Gymnast, High Above the Ground
     V. The Bachelor and the Bride
     VI. Song for Myla Goldberg
     VII. The Soldiering Life
     VIII. Red Right Ankle
     IX. The Chimbley Sweep
     X. I Was Meant for the Stage
     XI. As I Rise
8. Castaways and Cutouts
     I. Leslie Anne Levine
     II. Here I Dreamt I Was an Architect
     III. July, July!
     IV. A Cautionary Song
     V. Odalisque
     VI. Cocoon
     VII. Grace Cathedral Hill
     VIII. The Legionnaire's Lament
     IX. Clementine
     X. California One/Youth and Beauty Brigade
9. Picaresque
     I. The Infanta
     II. We Both Go down Together
     III. Eli, The Barrow Boy
     IV. The Sporting Life
     V. The Bagman's Gambit
     VI. From My Own True Love (Lost At Sea)
     VII. 16 Military Wives
     VIII. The Engine Driver
     IX. On the Bus Mall
     X. The Mariner's Revenge Song
     XI. Of Angels and Angles
10. The Crane Wife
     I.  The Crane Wife 3
     II. The Island: Come and See/The Landlord's Daughter/You'll Feel Not the Drowning
     III. Yankee Bayonet (I Will Be Home Then)
     IV. O Valencia!
     V. The Perfect Crime #2
     VI. When the War Came
     VII. Shankill Butchers
     VIII. Summersong
     IX. The Crane Wife 1&2
     X. Sons & Daughters
BONUS TRACKS
     XI. After the Bombs
     XII. Culling of the Fold
     XIII. The Perfect Crime #1
     XIV. The Day I Knew You Wouldn't Ever Come Back
     XV. Hurdles Even Here
11. The Hazards of Love
     I. Prelude
     II. The Hazards of Love 1(The Prettiest Whistles Won't Wrestle the Thistles Undone)
     III. A Bower Scene
     IV. Won't Want For Love(Margaret in the Taiga)
     V. The Hazards of Love 2(Wager All)
     VI. The Queen's Approach
     VII. Isn't it a Lovely Night
     VIII. The Wanting Comes in Waves/Repaid
     IX. An Interlude
     X. The Rake's Song
     XI. The Abduction of Margaret
     XII. The Queen's Rebuke/The Crossing
     XIII. Annan Water
     XIV. Margaret in Captivity
     XV. The Hazards of Love 3(Revenge!)
     XVI. The Wanting Comes in Waves(Reprise)
     XII. The Hazards of Love 4 (The Drowned)
12. The King Is Dead
     I. Don't Carry It All
     II. Calamity Song
     III. Rise To Me
     IV. Rox In The Box
     V. January Hymn
     VI. Down By The Water
     VII. All Arise!
     VIII. June Hymn
     IX. This Is Why We Fight
     X. Dear Avery
13. Long Live The King
     I. E. Watson
     II. Forgone
     III. Burying Davy
     IV. I 4 U & U 4 Me
     V. Row Jimmy
     VI. Sonnet
14. We All Raise Our Voices To The Air
     I. Dracula's Daughter

1. Billy Liar

I. Everything I Try To Do, Nothing Seems To Turn Out Right

Originally tabbed by: Shokin

INTRO

C7M   G C7M   G

VERSE 1

C7M  
The film was a bust but we stayed till the ending
                                                   G
Hair all a-mussed but your clothes didn't look so bad
       C7M  
And back on the street the rain was descending
                                              G
In cold dirty sheets, so under the awning we sat
                              C7M  
And then you hailed yourself a yellow cab

PRE-CHORUS

       C                                          G
And I sat for a time by the valets in line and I read what you wrote on the card
         C                                           G
Above a cowboy you drew a big talk balloon saying "Try not to take it so hard"

CHORUS

                     Am                                       C
But there's this nagging suspicion that won't leave me alone tonight
                                                                  G
It's just that everything I try to do, nothing seems to turn out right

VERSE 2

C7M  
We laid on our backs and stared at the ceiling
                                                          G
Messed with your slacks, but ended up just holding your hand
C7M  
The rain will remain, the TV was telling
                                                    G
A drip of the drain as your legs lift to brilliantly bend
                              C7M  
And fall to resting on the ottoman

PRE-CHORUS

       C                                           G
So we turned off the tube and we crawled to your room leaving discarded
clothes in our wake
       C                                           G
And we both had some fun, though I twice bit my tongue, and it lasted too long for my taste

CHORUS

                     Am                                       C
And there's this nagging suspicion that won't leave me alone tonight
                                                                 G
It's just that everything I try to do, nothing seems to turn out right

C     G  C    G  C     G
La haaa la haaa la di da

CHORUS

                     Am                                       C
But there's this nagging suspicion that won't leave me alone tonight
                                                                 G
It's just that everything I try to do, nothing seems to turn out right

OUTRO

C7M  
A wink and a wave and you're off to your family
                                            G
I sit and watch as the taxi lights distantly fade
C7M  
I guess I always thought it'd end this way

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II. Sunshine

Originally tabbed by: aflowerandagun


INTRO

(A EE A)x2

VERSE 1

A                     EE     A
On the lawn before the bouquet fell
A                         EE    A
Long before we heard the ringing bell
D                      E                      A   EEA
When all I want is a good look at your underside
A                         EE    A
Reading Tress like it was judy blume
A                               EEA
Your paperbacks are strewn about the room
D         E                            A EEA
Awaiting their instructions to be mobilized

CHORUS

D                E   A                     F#m
And everybody knows how it shakes and how it goes
D        E                A
Everybody knows and so it goes
D              E                    D                A EEA
That everybody wants their shoes in the sunshine, now

VERSE 2

A                           EEA
Lazy Rayna had a million bucks
A                            EEA
Changed into pennies on a hundred truck
D           E                        A EEA
Cause linen's legal tender for a layabout
A                                       EEA
Why hold your breath until your face turns blue
A                                  EEA
A stretch of rope you know can do that too
D              E                      A EEA
The truth be told, no one likes a gadabout

CHORUS

D                E   A                     F#m
And everybody knows how it shakes and how it goes
D        E                A
Everybody knows and so it goes
D              E                    D                A EEA
That everybody wants their shoes in the sunshine, now

OUTRO

D              E                    D                A EEA
That everybody wants their shoes in the sunshine, now

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2. The Tain

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B|--------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------|
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E|--0-3----------3-0--3-----------|

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D|-----------------------------2-0-2-----------------------|
A|-------2-1h2p1---------0-2----------------2-1h2p1--------|
E|--0-3-----------3p0--3-----0----------0-3----------3--0-3|

VERSE 1

Crone:
Here upon this pillow
Made of reed and willow
You're a fickle little twister
Are you sweet on your sister?
Your fallow won't leave you alone.

VERSE 2

And granted for their pleasure
Possessions laid to measure
She's a salty little pisser
With your cock in her kisser
But now she's a will of her own

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*Part 2*

VERSE 1

E5
Damn your ankles and eyes wide
         C5                  D5        E5
From you fingernails to your ponytails too.
E5
King of the insects and the m-5
     C5               D5        E5
Over Charlemagne in a motorcade too.
    D5           G5  E5
And baby needs a new prize
D5           G5            E5
Baby needs a new and shiny prize.

CHORUS

      E5      [ch]E5/C[/ch]
In this place called heavenly
E5       C5
You were born here.
    E5     [ch]E5/C[/ch]
This place called heavenly
E5       C5
You were born here.
         D5
You were born here.

VERSE 2

    E5
And now all the marchers descend from high
       C5              D5               E5
I will dedicate all of my awakenings to this.
    E5
And damn all the angles that oppress my sight
       C5                         D5      E5
I will bleed your heart through a samovar soon.
D5           G5  E5
Baby needs a new prize
D5           G5            E5
Baby needs a new and shiny prize.

CHORUS

      E5      [ch]E5/C[/ch]
In this place called heavenly
E5       C5
You were born here.
    E5     [ch]E5/C[/ch]
This place called heavenly
E5       C5
You were born here.
         D5
You were born here.
         C5          Em
you were born here.

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*Part 3*

INTRO

Em - C7M   - D - C  (x2)

VERSE 1

Em                        C7M  
They settled dust in your hair
   D                   C
To watch you shake and shout it out.
Em                 C7M  
With our armaments bared
   D                 C
We shed our bags and travel-alls.

Em-C7M  -D-C

VERSE 2

Em                  C7M  
From the lee of the wall
   D                          C
He comes in the change and the chariot
Em                     C7M  
And all his eunuchs in thrall
    D                        C
Can scarce lift his line and lariat.

CHORUS

B
Here come loose the hounds
   A
To blow me down.
            (E  A) x3 B
Blow me down.

B
On this stretch of ground
     A
I'll lay me down.
            G#
Lay me down.
          F#
To sleep.

Em-C7M  -D-C (x2)

VERSE 3

Em                    C7M  
And now stricken with pangs
     D                      C
That tear at our backs like thistle down
Em                       C7M  
The mirror's soft silver tain
  D                   C
Reflects our last and birthing hour


CHORUS

B
Here come loose the hounds
   A
To blow me down.
            (E  A) x3 B
Blow me down.
B
On this stretch of ground
     A
I'll lay me down.
            Ab
Lay me down.
          F#
To sleep.


CHORUS

B
Here come loose the hounds
   A
To blow me down.
            (E  A) x3 B
Blow me down.
B
On this stretch of ground
     A
I'll lay me down.
            Ab
Lay me down.
          F#
To sleep.

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*Part 4*

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E|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|

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B|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|
G|--------6-------6-------6---7---6---------------|--------6-------6---------------6---------------|
D|--------7-------7---------------------7---------|--------7-------7---------------7---------------|
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e|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|
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D|--------7-------7---------------7-------7-------|--------7-------7---------------7-------7-------|
A|9-----------------------8-----------------------|7-----------------------6-----------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|
oh the wind            is      blowing,        it       hurts
 your    skin            as you
  your arms full  of           lullabies,               orchids
 and     wine               your


e|------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------|
G|--------7-------7---------------7-------7-------|--------6-------6---------------6-------6--|
D|--------6-------6---------------6-------6-------|--------6-------6---------------6-------6--|
A|5-----------------------8-----------------------|4-----------------------4------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------|
       climb           up      hillside,                forest
 and     fen.
       memories                wrapped within           paper
 and     twine.

e|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|
G|--------4-------4---------------4-------4-------|--------4-------4---------------4-------4-------|
D|--------4-------4---------------4-------4-------|--------4-------4---------------4-------4-------|
A|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|
E|6-----------------------5-----------------------|4-----------------------3-----------------------|
   the room that you           lie in          is       dusty
 and     hard
   of gingham,                 taffeta,                 cotton
 and     silk

                                                        1.
                                  2.



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A|-7-----------7-------11-----------11--------6-----------6-------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------|

e|---------------------------10-11-12-13-14-13-12-11-10----------------------------|
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1.                                     2.
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D|--------7-------7---------------7-------7-------|--------7-------7---------------7-------7-------|
A|9-----------------------8-----------------------|7-----------------------6-----------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|
when the dawn comes to         greet you,        you'll rise with
 clothes on
    of cattle          and     maidens         and      withered
 old     queens.

e|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------||
B|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------||
G|--------7-------7---------------7-------7-------|--------6-------6---------------6-------6-------:|
D|--------6-------6---------------6-------6-------|--------6-------6---------------6-------6-------:|
A|5-----------------------8-----------------------|4-----------------------4-----------------------||
E|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------||
   and advance with       the others,                   singing
 old     songs
       mu  -           sic     carry           you      on.

e|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|
G|--------4-------4---------------4-------4-------|--------4-------4---------------4-------4-------|
D|--------4-------4---------------4-------4-------|--------4-------4---------------4-------4-------|
A|------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|
E|6-----------------------5-----------------------|4-----------------------3-----------------------|
   the room that you           lie in          is       dusty
 and     hard
   of gingham,                 taffeta,                 cotton
 and     silk

                                                        1.
                                  2.
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G|--------6-------6---------------6-------6-------|--------6-------6----------|
D|--------7-------7---------------7-------7-------|--------7-------7----------|
A|9-----------------------8-----------------------|7-----------------------6--|
E|------------------------------------------------|---------------------------|
       sleeping        soft    babies               on  piles|
 of      yards|
  your dry     hung -  ry      mouths cry           for|
                                  your mother's           milk.|

---------------------|---------------------------------||
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-----6-------6-------|--------6-------6----------------:|
-----7-------7-------|--------6-------6----------------:|
---------------------|4-----------------------4--------||
---------------------|---------------------------------||


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A|-5-----------5--------9-----------9---------4-----------4--------9-------------9-------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

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A|-7-----------7-------11-----------11--------6-----------6-------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------|

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D|0--------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
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*Part 5*

N.C.
Darling dear what have you done?
Your clothes are town, your make-up runs.


F#5 - E5 (x8)

N.C
I ran through brambles, blooming thistle
I washed my face in the river when you whistled me on.

F#5 - E5 (x8)

Darling dear, what have you done?
Your hands and face are smeared with blood.

F#5 - E5 (x2)

----------------|
----------------|
----------------|
----------------|
-----4-3b4b3----|
-2-5---------5--|

F#5 - E5 (x2)

----------------|
----------------|
----------------|
-------2-3-4----|
-----4----------|
-2-5------------|

N.C
The chaplain came and called me out
To beat and to butcher his mother's sow

F#5 - E5 (x2)

----------------|
----------------|
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----------------|
-----4-3b4b3----|
-2-5---------5--|

F#5 - E5 (x2)

----------------|
----------------|
----------------|
-------2-3-4----|
-----4----------|
-2-5------------|

N.C.
But darling dear, they found him dead
This morning on the riverbed.

F#5 - E5 (x2)
-------------------------------------|
-------------------------------------|
-----------------------------1-2-3---|
-----------------------2-3-4---------|
-----4-3b4b3---------4---------------|
-2-5---------5---2-5-----------------|

B - A  (x2)

    B                 A
But hush now darling, don't you cry.
     B               A
Your reward's in the sweet by-and-by.
   B              A
So hush now baby, don't you cry.
     B               A
Your reward's in the sweet by-and-by.

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-------5-6-7----|
-5-6-7----------|

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-----2-1h2p1-------2-5-6-7-     -----2-1h2p1-------0-2---------|
-0-3---------3-0-3---------     -0-3---------3p0-3-----0-------|

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*Part 6*

And now we've seen your powers
Softly stretch the hours
You're a fickle little twister
Are you sweet on your sister?
As now you go wandering home.

------------------------------0--|
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--------------------------0------|
------------------------2--------|  Em
----------------------2----------|
-0-3-7-6b7b6-3-0----0------------|

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3. Picaresqueties

I. The Bandit Queen

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

VERSE 1

         C              C7
As the Sun is sinking low,
         F                    Fm
And the evening's tucked in tow,
          C          Am      G            G7
On the horizon, my true love I see-e-e-e-eee.
             C              C7
She ain't fancy, she ain't fine
           F                   Fm
While her fingers number only nine
            C           Am            F     G
She's the belle of the ball of the insurgency.

CHORUS

         C                               Am
She's my Bandit Queen, laying beneath the moon
       F                              G
In a bandit cave, a blanket laid for two
            C                                   Am
If I could find a way to your hideaway by the sea
  F              G7            C
O Bandit Queen, steal away to me.

BRIDGE

Am
Somewhere on a mountain, by a starry water fountain
        C                     C/B
In an alcove hid by some trees
Am
Amidst a pile of treasure, reclining at her leisure,
   F                         G
My ladylove sniffs at the breeze.
F
And sitting up, she adjusts her turban
    C
And takes another swig from a bottle of bourbon
    D7                                                G
And listening to the whistling of the train in station
N.C
Odds are it will never reach its destination.
           C                                    Am
'Cause the Bandit Queen, astride her steed will ride
    F                   G                                     C
Oh, let me be the one to lay within your theivin' arms tonight.


CHORUS

         C                               Am
She's my Bandit Queen, laying beneath the moon
       F                              G
In a bandit cave, a blanket laid for two
            C                                   Am
If I could find a way to your hideaway by the sea
  F              G7            C
O Bandit Queen, steal away to me.

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II. Bridges and Balloons

CAPO 4

VERSE 1

G
We sailed away on a winter's day
Cadd9
With fate as malleable as clay
G
But ships are fallible, I say
Cadd9
And the nautical, like all things, fades
G
And I can recall our caravel
Cadd9
A little wicker beetle shell
G
With four fine maste and lateen sails
Cadd9
Its bearings on Cair Paravel

CHORUS

Am    Cadd9
Oh my love
G
Oh it was a funny little thing
Am
To be
C
The ones
G
To've seen

VERSE 2

G
The sight of bridges and balloons
Cadd9
Makes calm canaries irritable
G
And they caw and claw all afternoon
Cadd9
Centenaries and dirigibles
G
Brace and buoy the living room
Cadd9
A loom of metal warp woof wimple
G
And a thimble's worth of milky moon
Cadd9
Can touch hearts larger than a thimble

CHORUS

Am    Cadd9
Oh my love
G
Oh it was a funny little thing
Am
To be
C
The ones
G
To've seen

OUTRO

Am    Cadd9
Oh my love
             G
It was a funny little thing
                                           Am C G
Oh it was a funny funny funny little thing

Cadd9 G Cadd9 G Cadd9 G

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III. Constantinople
Originally tabbed by: aflowerandagun

INTRO: C C/B

VERSE 1

C C/G C C/G
O the minarets of Constantinople
Am Am/E Am Am/E
Are plated gold, ivory, and opal
F F/C F F/C G G G G
Their cupolas all onion domed and light.

VERSE 2

C C/G C C/G
And the magistrate of Constantinople
Am Am/E Am Am/E
Has made a match; his family was hopeful
F F/C F F/C G G G G
Their daughter would be promised a wedding night.

CHORUS

F G
But the Sultan's weary bride, she won't be wed tonight
C C/B C/A C/G Am Am/E Am Am/E
Nor fall beneath a canopy to lie
F F/C F F/C G G G G
For far across the town, her lover now is drowned
C C/B C/A C/G Am Am/E Am Am/E
And painted by the Bosporus in blue
F F/C F F/C G G G G
And there's nothing for a broken heart to do.

VERSE 3

C C/G C C/G
Down the dirty streets of Constantinople
Am Am/E Am Am/E
The beggars weep, their hands all wide open
F F/C F F/C G G G G
Their severed leper limbs all swing and sway.

VERSE 4

C C/G C C/G
At a windowsill in Constantinople
Am Am/E Am Am/E
Our Hero sighs to melodies noteful
F F/C F F/C G G G G
And gazes on the walls that hold his love.

CHORUS

F G
But the Sultan's weary bride, she won't be wed tonight
C C/B C/A C/G Am Am/E Am Am/E
Nor fall beneath a canopy to lie
F F/C F F/C G G G G
For far across the town, her lover now is drowned
C C/B C/A C/G Am Am/E Am Am/E
And painted by the Bosporus in blue
F F/C F F/C G G G G
And there's nothing for a broken heart to do.

OUTRO

F F/C F F/C G G G G
No, there's nothing for a broken heart to do.
C C/B C/A C/G Am Am/E Am Am/E F F/C F F/C G G G G
Except cry.

G G G7 C

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IV. The Kingdom of Spain

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

G G C D G

VERSE 1

                  C
In the Kingdom of Spain
      D                G  Em
There are such colors
              C
They defy any name
     D              G    Em
Like drab and dolor

CHORUS

                        C        D
But oh the King and the Queen of Spain
           G                    Em
With their long unpronounceable names
           C             D                     Em       D
Grace the table at the long lost Kingdom of Spain

VERSE 2

                  C
In the Kingdom of Light
      D                G  Em
A lithe young lawyer
              C
Tries a case for
      D                G  Em
Her unjustly arrested brother

CHORUS

                        C        D
But oh the King and the Queen of Light
           G             Em
Rule with unbendable might
           C             D                             Em       D
So it's to the gallows with the long lost Kingdom of Light

BRIDGE

G G C D G

VERSE 3

                  C
In the Kingdom of Love
      D                G  Em
Oh, we're all just fodder
                     C
As the cannonades drub
      D                G  Em
Our sons and daughters

CHORUS

                        C        D
But oh the King and the Queen of Love
           G                    Em
In their long white fingerless gloves
           C             D                     Em       D
Bang the gavel for the long lost Kingdom of Love

OUTRO

D    Em
Of love
D    Em
Of love
D

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4. The Decemberists-Connect Set

I. Please Daddy (Don't Get Drunk This Christmas)

CHORUS/VERSE 1
A                        D
Please, Daddy, don't get drunk this Christmas
A                          E   E7
I don't wanna see my momma cry
A                        D
Please, Daddy, don't get drunk this Christmas
A             E            A
I don't wanna see my momma cry

VERSE 2

E                              A
Just last year when I was only seven
E                             A
Now I'm almost 8 as you can see
A                             D      B7
You came home a quarter past eleven
    A              E                   A
And fell down underneath our Christmas tree

CHORUS

A                        D
Please, Daddy, don't get drunk this Christmas
A                          E   E7
I don't wanna see my momma cry
A                        D
Please, Daddy, don't get drunk this Christmas
A             E            A
I don't wanna see my momma cry

VERSE 3

E                              A
Momma smiled and looked outside the window
E                                      A
She told me, "Son you better go upstairs"
A                             D      B7
Then you laughed and hollered Merry Christmas
    A              E                   A
I turned around and saw my momma's tears

CHORUS

A                        D
Please, Daddy, don't get drunk this Christmas
A                          E   E7
I don't wanna see my momma cry
A                        D
Please, Daddy, don't get drunk this Christmas
A             E            A
I don't wanna see my momma cry

CHORUS

A                        D
Please, Daddy, don't get drunk this Christmas
A                          E   E7
I don't wanna see my momma cry
A                        D
Please, Daddy, don't get drunk this Christmas
A             E            A
I don't wanna see my momma cry

OUTRO

    E                          D    A
No, I don't wanna see my momma cry

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5. Always The Bridesmaid

I. Valerie Plame

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

VERSE 1

                 G
Oh Valerie Plame
                  Am
If that really is your name
                  C
I would just shout the same
                     G
To the world
                    G
Dear Valerie Plame
                        Am
So they made a wreck of you
                        C
But give me the rest of you
                            G    [ch]F#/G[/ch]
And I'll give the world

CHORUS

Em                                Am
But you were just some silly girl
           C                                 G
Taking in the sights of your empire's colony
Em                                  Am
So I took you into my confidence
                C                     G
Without a thought of consequence
D                          D7            G
To my heart or to my mind

VERSE 2

N.C.             G
But Valerie Plame
                  Am
If that really is your name
                    C
I would just shout the same
                     G
To the world

G
La da da de da
         Am
la de da da
        C             G
la de da da da da dada da

VERSE 3
N.C.            G
Oh Valerie Plame
                          Am
If that really is your name
                          C
I would just shout the same
            G
From up high
                  G
Dear Valerie Plame
                              Am
I'll look for that long exchange
                            C
Outside of the Bureau Change
         G
In Shanghai

CHORUS

Em                                Am
But I was just some stupid boy on a bus
C                                 G
When your nom de guerre was Codename Caroline
Em                      Am
And so my Vespa became your chariot
            C                  G
From the Green Zone Marriott
       D                 D7            G
To be etched upon my mind

VERSE 4

N.C.            G
Oh Valerie Plame
                          Am
If that really is your name
                          C
I would just shout the same
            G
To The world

BRIDGE

F                      Am              G/Am                 F
And when they flashed your picture 'cross the screen
            Am             G/Am                        F
How my heart seemed to leap out of me
              Am                G/Am         F
And they attached a list of your identities
             Em
But the one you'll always be

VERSE 5

                A
Is Valerie Plame
                  Bm
If that really is your name
                     D
I would just shout the same
                   A
To the world
              A
Valerie plame
                 Bm
If that really is your name
                      D
I would just shout the same
                     A
To the world

OUTRO

G
La da da de da
         Am
la de da da
        C             G
la de da da da da dada da


G    D   Em   G   D   A/D  C/D  A/D  A/C

D            Em               G                                        A/D  C/D  A/D  A/C
La da da da da da da.. hey hey Valerie Plame (x2)

D            Em               G
La da da da da da da.. hey hey Valerie

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II. O New England

Originally tabbed by: expendabletom

INTRO

A D A D

VERSE 1

A                       D
We'd come seven hours down
A                                   D
Took the blue line to see where we hopped out
A                           D
And I was only joking, and I was only joking
A                         D
And I was only trying to get a laugh

VERSE 2

A                                             D
You say this was the furthest that we had come
A                                D
Travel so far to watch it fall, undone
A
And I had lost my token
D
You were looking bent and broken
A                              D
Staring sideways with the rain coming down

CHORUS

Bm                    E
But I am so enthralled
            A
O New England
            D
La da dum da
             A
O New England
              D
La da dum dum

VERSE 3

A                                     D
This here is the fable of a failed attempt
(Fable, failed attempt now)
A                                D
Find new life in a love in the seat of its origin
(Failed attempt, now)
A
From Long to Coney Island
D
From mid to west to upper Highland
A                             D
And all I got is a silk full colored souvenir

CHORUS

 Bm                          E
The new millennium in New York
                       A
And all of New England
            D
La da dum dum
          A
O New England
           D
La da dum dum

BRIDGE

      Bm
O New England
                       C# D
In the face of your em - pire
                             C#     Bm
I think I'd rather just wait in the car
                       C# D
And return to the turn -  pike
                         E
Watching the New England skyline
          A
Sinking below
          D
Sinking below

OUTRO

A D

A                   D
We'd come seven hours down
(We'd come seven hours down)
A                     D
We'd come seven hours down, down
(We'd come seven hours down)
A                   D
We'd come seven hours down
(We'd come seven hours down)
A                     D
We'd come seven hours down, down
(We'd come seven hours down)

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III. Days Of Elaine

Originally tabbed by: fruitloof

VERSE 1

E
Those were the days of Elaine, that was the phrase that she used to describe
       D           A            E
To her son, of the fun, she had had
E
Long before he went away, long before days of the dull and the dregs
        D            A          E
And the lull and the call never came

PRE-CHORUS

          C       D     E
To say,   oh oh oh oh oh

VERSE 2

E
Loitering lavender park, laying about in the day and the dark
     D              A           E
Of a room while the noon passes by
E
Always on verge of collapse, mother would quit and then suffer a lapse
         D               A             E
From the drink you would think she was dead

PRE-CHORUS

              C       D     E
But they say,   oh oh oh oh oh
          C       D     E
She says,   oh oh oh oh oh

CHORUS

C#m
And the time that it takes
        B
Well it goes so slow
C#m
And she laid on the brakes
    B
And she dove below
           A
Doesn't it go so slow
         Ab                     A
When you build it up to tear it down
               E
You're tearin' down
            A
You tear it down
F#
Those were the days
                       A
Those were the days of Elaine
            E        E
The days of Elaine
            D      A   E
The days of Elaine

VERSE 3

E
A lover like Alan Gulan, she followed him blind from saloon to salon
         D            A              E
From the hills to the pills he would take
E
Father died in the mines, brother showed no remorse for his times
          D
When they strung him up
       A                  E
He got all hung up on the scaffolding

PRE-CHORUS

             C        D     E
But he says,    oh oh oh oh oh
         C       D     E
He says,   oh oh oh oh oh

CHORUS

C#m
And the time that it takes
        B
Well it goes so slow
C#m
And she laid on the brakes
    B
And she dove below
           A
Doesn't it go so slow
         Ab                     A
When you build it up to tear it down
                    E
You're tearing it down
            A
You tear it down
F#
Those were the days
                       A
Those were the days of Elaine
            E        E
The days of Elaine
            D      A   E D A E
The days of Elaine

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IV. I'm Sticking With You

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

VERSE 1/CHORUS

F    C             F
I'm sticking with you
       Bb  C           F
'Cause I'm made out of glue
F        C              F
Anything that you might do
Bb  C        F
I'm gonna do too

VERSE 2

F             C                  F
You held up a stage coach in the rain
    Bb  C         F
And I'm doin' the same
F       C              F
Saw you hangin' from a tree
    Bb     C              F
And I made believe it was me

CHORUS

F    C             F
I'm sticking with you
       Bb  C           F
'Cause I'm made out of glue
F        C              F
Anything that you might do
Bb  C        F            E
I'm gonna do too

BRIDGE:

Am                      E
Moon people go into the stratosphere
Am                            E
Soldiers fighting with their Cong
         C                       G
But with you by my side I can do anything
        B                             E
When we swing, we hang past right and wrong


OUTRO

           A              D
I'll do anything for you
E            A            D
Anything you want me to
E          A
I'll do anything for you
   D     E                 A
(Oh whoa, I'm sticking with you)x8

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V. A Record Year For Rainfall

CAPO 4

INTRO
Em  G  C7M    B7 Em G

VERSE 1

C7M           B7      Em
I read in the paper today
            G               C7M       B7
It's been a record year for rainfall
             Em                           G
And you were leaning against the bathroom wall
        C7M          B7
In your lonely dress
         Em         G   C7M    B7
Was your only dress

Em  G  C7M  

VERSE 2

C7M     B7       Em
Stand accusing across
        G              C7M     B7
I got a temper set for tender
Em                                   G
And you were shrugging it off like a feather
       C7M     B7
Saying "oh...
                       Em        G  C7M  
Would you look at this weather"

CHORUS

C7M        B7            Em
What's the use of all of this?
      G                   C7M  
Is to remember you in the entire
       B7               Em
As I'm watching it slip away
           G             C7M  
And in the annuls of the empire
       B7
Did it look this gray
           Em  G  C7M    B7
Before the falllllll
           Em  G  C7M    B7
Before the falllllll

Em G C7M   B7

Em  G

VERSE 3

   C7M       B7        Em
So rake your thumbnail across
    G              C7M     B7
The stretch of the patina
Em                G
Revealing a Proserpina
     C7M         B7
In a low recline
     Em              G  C7M  
In a steep decline

CHORUS

C7M        B7            Em
What's the use of all of this?
      G                   C7M  
Is to remember you in the entire
       B7               Em
As I'm watching it slip away
           G             C7M  
And in the annuls of the empire
       B7
Did it look this gray?
Does it look so gray?
Does it always look so gray
           Em  G  C7M    B7
Before the faaaallllll?
           Em  G  C7M    B7
Before the faaaallllll?

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VI. Raincoat Song

Originally tabbed by: Camila033

CAPO 5

C [ch]A7M/F  [/ch] x4

VERSE 1

C
Caroline you're angry 'cause you sleep like a spinster and you're 28
[ch]A7M/F  [/ch]
You've been thinkin' late
C
you couldn't catch a cold

VERSE 2

C
Bend your head double in the goose down piling all the pillows high
[ch]A7M/F  [/ch]
Heave your fiercest sigh
C
And see if that'll work

PRE-CHORUS

        F                 Fm
And the raincoat that you wore
C
When it rained today
        F                 Fm
And the raincoat that you wore
C
When it rained today

CHORUS

  C             C/B        Am     Am/F
I think it only made it rain more
  C             C/B        Am     Am/F
I think it only made it rain the more

VERSE 3

C
And if the water's all wickin' up your pant leg better wear your britches tight
[ch]A7M/F  [/ch]
I should teach you right
C
To be so down at heel

VERSE 4

C
Goin' off half-cocked not shot full of arrows from the cherubim
Amja7/F
Oh, the nerve of them
C
To not draw their bows

PRE-CHORUS

        F                 Fm
And the raincoat that you wore
C
When it rained today
        F                 Fm
And the raincoat that you wore
C
When it rained today

CHORUS

  C             C/B        Am     Am/F
I think it only made it rain more
  C             C/B        Am     Am/F
I think it only made it rain the more

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6. 5 Songs

I. Oceanside

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

VERSE 1

           E
Sweet Annabelle
C#m
As seen reclining on an ocean swell
F#m
As the waves do lather up to lay her down
                             A
'til she's fast and sleeping oh well

PRE-CHORUS

     E                C#m
I guess I'm something of a ne'er-do-well
                                F#m
Who fell asleep at the pealing of the steeple bell
         A                   E
I'm on track and keeping but oh

CHORUS

                          F#m
If I could only get you ocean side
              A
To lay your muscles wide
                E
It'd be heavenly
                                F#m
Oh if I could only coax you overboard
                       A
To leave these lolling shores
            E       B7
To get you ocean side
       F#m
Ocean side
       A   Am
Ocean side oh

BRIDGE

E-C#m-F#m-A-Am

VERSE 2

           E
At rising tide
                                C#m
You're looking fresher than a July bride
                           F#m
We're picking up what our mothers always stigmatized.
              A                     E
The field is right for reaping  oh well

PRE-CHORUS

                             C#m
I guess I'm something of a ne'er-do-well
                     F#m
Even though that's something I could never do well
         A                   E
I'm on track and keeping but oh

CHORUS

                          F#m
If I could only get you ocean side
              A
To lay your muscles wide
                E
It'd be heavenly
                                F#m
Oh if I could only coax you overboard
                       A
To leave these lolling shores
            E       B7
To get you ocean side
       F#m
Ocean side
        A Am  E
Ocean side oh oh

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II. Shiny

Originally tabbed by: TimMobbs

CAPO 2

INTRO

Cadd9 C7M   Cadd9 C7M   B5 Em B5 Em

VERSE 1

Cadd9  C7M          Cadd9  C7M            B5    Em  B5  Em
By the bumper cars, in the pretty twining light,
Cadd9        C7M  
  I may have gone too far,
Cadd9        C7M                B5
  I may have gone too much, too long.
  Em  G                 Cadd9   C7M     Cadd9   C7M     B5  Em  B5  Em
I'm a dull and witless boy.

VERSE 2

Cadd9   C7M         Cadd9       C7M           B5  Em  B5  Em
 In the after bars, think I was sullied by a dream.
Cadd9   C7M  
 In the killing jar,
Cadd9    C7M           B5
 You and me at war at arms
 Em G            Cadd9   C7M     Cadd9   C7M     B5  Em  B5  Em
All falling in embrace.

CHORUS

Em   D/F   G   Am  B7
Tell me    why you lied
    Em             D               Cadd9   C7M    Cadd9  C7M  
And what it is you do to keep your eyes,
   [ch]Em9/D[/ch]   Cadd9  C7M    Cadd9  C7M    B5  Em  B5  Em
All shiny

VERSE 3

Cadd9    C7M  
 A tawny gypsy girl
Cadd9     C7M           B5  Em  B5  Em
 Sleeping blanketed by stars
Cadd9       C7M  
 'neath the tilt-a-whirl
Cadd9          C7M           B5
 Where we were coyly caught alone
 Em  G                  Cadd9  C7M    Cadd9  C7M    B5  Em
All  fumbling with your blouse

CHORUS

Em   D/F  G   Am  B7
Tell me   why you lied
    Em             D               Cadd9  C7M    Cadd9  C7M  
And what it is you do to keep your eyes,
    [ch]Em9/D[/ch]
All shiny

BRIDGE

D                         C
 And in the roller coaster din
D                     C                Em
 By the parachutes in saddle shoes you break your shin
D                          C       B5   Em  B5  Em
 But I have never seen two eyes so shiny
(Cadd9  C7M    Cadd9  C7M    B5  Em  B5  Em) x2
D                     C
 And the sullen beery swine
D                     C            Em
 Try to tangle you in sullen beery balls of twine
D                       C        B5  Em  B5  Em
 Have they ever seen two eyes so shiny?

VERSE 4

Cadd9       C7M  
 The boys in denim vests
Cadd9    C7M         B5   Em  B5  Em
 Smoking cigarettes between
Cadd9            C7M  
 Their bootblack fingertips
Cadd9    C7M           B5     Em
 Sweetly tipsy by the half-light
    G                Cadd9  C7M    Cadd9  C7M    B5  Em
The light and the half-light

CHORUS

Em   D/F# G   Am  B7
Tell me   why you lied
    Em             D               Cadd9  C7M    Cadd9  C7M  
And what it is you do to keep your eyes,
    [ch]Em9/D[/ch]
All shiny, all shiny

OUTRO

Cadd9
All shiny
C7M  
All shiny
Cadd9
All shiny
C7M  
All shiny
B5
All shiny
Em
All shiny
B5
All shiny
Em
All shiny

Em  D/F  G  Am  B7

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III. My Mother Was a Chinese Trapeze Artist

Originally tabbed by: mobaxwob

INTRO

(Am Am/E Am Am/E) x4

VERSE 1

Am       Am/E      C      D          G
My mother was a Chinese trapeze artist
   Em       D
In pre-war Paris
Am        D             B      Em   Emadd9 Em
Smuggling bombs for the underground.
Am              D
And she met my father
      B                C
At a fete in Aix-en-Provence.
        Cadd9                  D
He was disguised as a Russian cadet
                     Em   Emadd9 Em
In the employ of the Axis.

CHORUS

     C
And there in the half-light
Of the provincial midnight
      G
To a lone concertina
They drank in cantinas
      C                D
And toasted to Edith Piaf
                     Em   Emadd9 Em
And the fall of the Reich.

C D Am

VERSE 2

Am             Am/E      C       D       G
My sister was born in a hovel in Burgundy
      Em          D
And left for the cattle
Am             D          B     Em   Emadd9 Em
But later was found by a communist
Am                 D
Who'd deserted his ranks
      B         C
To follow his dream
        Cadd9             D                Em   Emadd9 Em
To start up a punk rock band in South Carolina.

CHORUS

  C
I get letters sometimes
They bought a plantation
    G
She weeds the tobacco
He offends the nation
                 C                     D
And they write, "Don't be a stranger, y'hear."
                   Em   Emadd9 Em
"Sincerely, your sister."

C D Am

VERSE 3

Am       Am/E
So my parents had me
               C      D          G
To the disgust of the prostitutes
       Em       D
On a bed in a brothel.
Am             D         B        Em   Emadd9 Em
Surprisingly raised with tender care
Am                  D
'Til the money got tight
         B         C
And they bet me away
          Cadd9             D
To a blind brigadier in a game
                 Em   Emadd9 Em
Of high stakes canasta.

CHORUS

       C
But he made me a sailor
On his brigadier ship fleet.
   G
I know every yardarm
From main mast to jib sheet.
    C                      D
But sometimes I long to be landlocked
                   C
And to work in a bakery.

OUTRO

    Em        C         Em
Ahhhhh    Ahhhhh    Ahhhhh

C D Am

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IV. Angel, Won't You Call Me?

Originally tabbed by: Underglow

RIFF

e-----------|
B-----------|
G-----------|
D---------0-|
A---0-2-3---|
E-3---------|

INTRO

(Riff  D C G)

VERSE 1

Riff                 D    C    G
    Angel, won't you call me?
Riff               D    C    G
    Could I be the only?
Riff              D    C    G
    Though I am a lost cause
Riff                 D    C    G
    Angel, won't you call me?

VERSE 2

Riff              D    C    G
        Waiting for a sweet breeze,
Riff               D    C    G
        Read it in the tea leaves.
Riff                   D    C    G
        Saw them crown you May Queen;
Riff                   D    C    G        G/F#
        Heard you sing the sweetest thing.

CHORUS

Em                       C G C G  G/F#
But I've been so unbridled
Em                       C      G
I fled in the face of my rival
D                       Dsus4 D
When I felt his breath
C                      Cm
At the back of my neck
G                        G7 G C G
Angel, won't you call?

(Riff D C G) x4

VERSE 3

Riff                 D    C    G
     So here I am in corduroy
Riff                 D    C    G
     Catch it in your Polaroid
Riff                 D    C    G
     Thought it was an off night,
Riff                 D    C    G
     Caught in such a warm light.

VERSE 4

Riff                      D    C    G
     So Angel, won't you call me?
Riff                 D    C    G
     Could I be the only?
Riff                 D    C    G
     Though I am a lost cause,
Riff                 D    C    G G/F#
     Angel, won't you call me?

CHORUS

Em                       C G C G  G/F#
But I've been so unbridled
Em                       C      G
I fled in the face of my rival
D                       Dsus4 D
When I felt his breath
C                      Cm
At the back of my neck

CHORUS

Em                       C G C G  G/F#
But I've been so unbridled
Em                       C      G
I fled in the face of my rival
D                       Dsus4 D
When I felt his breath
C                      Cm
At the back of my neck
G                        G7 G C G
Angel, won't you call?

G C G

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V. I Don't Mind

INTRO

(E  E/Ab Am6 Am7 Am) x2

VERSE 1

E                E/Ab                       Am6   Am7  Am
  Truly with his thorn in your side and you don't know why
E                E/Ab                   Am6   Am7  Am
Julie dips her toe in the tide and you don't know why

CHORUS

        F#m                    B                   C#m
No, she don't know why she got all dolled up for a suicide
             F#m                        B
And when the stage-lights dimmed on the fading scrim,
       E                  A
It was morning before the cheering died
      Am                        B       E
Is it too late to tell you that I don't mind

(E  E/Ab  Am6 Am7 Am)x2

VERSE 2

E                E/Ab           Am6 Am7  Am
King George in imperial robe and a lazy eye
E                E/Ab                Am6   Am7  Am
Knelt down as the semaphore broke on his tawdry bride

CHORUS

        F#m                    B                     C#m
But we don't know why he got all stressed out on the motherland
             F#m                   B
With his TV sets and his fighter jets
       E                       A
And the royal ubiquitous handy cam
      Am                        B       E
Is it too late to tell you that I don't mind

BRIDE

(E  E/G#  Am6 / Am7 Am) x2 Em/B  C  Dsus2   C  Em/B

VERSE 3
E                   E/Ab                     Am6 Am7  Am
Here's you with your mom on your back going into the woods
E                  E/Ab                             Am6 Am7  Am
She's so proud that you're staying on track like a good son should

CHORUS
        F#m                        B                            C#m
But you don't know why you got all choked up when you said goodbye
             F#m          B
And you can hear her still
       E                A
When the nights are still
      Am    B           E
All crying out for calamine

OUTRO

      Am                        B       C#m    A
Is it too late to tell you that I don't mind
      Am                        B       E
Is it too late to tell you that I don't mind

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VI. Apology Song

VERSE 1

E          A      B    E
I'm really sorry Steven
Ab                          C#m  A
But your bicycle's been stolen
E
I was watchin' it for you
F#                        A
'Til you came back in the fall
    F#                          A
Guess I didn't do such a good job after all

VERSE 2

E         A          B       E
I was feeling really sorry Steven
Ab                      C#m      A
And I spent all morning grieving
E
And everybody's saying
F#                         A
That you'll take the news gracefully
F#                          A
Somehow I don't think I'll be getting off that easily

CHORUS

C#m             A
I meant her no harm
E               Ab
When I left her unlocked Outside the Orange Street Food Farm
C#m                 A
I was just running in
E                             Eb
Didn't think I'd be that long
C#m                   A
I came out, she was gone
E                             Ab
And all that was there was some bored old dog
C#m               A                  E
Leashed up to the place where your bicycle had been
F#                       B
Guess we'll never see poor Madeleine again

VERSE 3
E            A       B        E
Let this be consolation, Steven
Ab                                   C#m  A
That all the while you were in England
E
I treated her with care and respect
F#                        A
And have her lots of love
                   F#                        A
And I was usually pretty good 'bout locking her up

CHORUS

C#m             A
Where has she gone?
E                  Ab
Well, I bet she's on the bottom of a Frenchtown pond
C#m                                 A
Rudely abused on some hescher's joyride
E                       Eb
So I wrote you this song
C#m                              A
In the hopes that you'd forgive me
E                      Ab
Even though it was wrong
C#m               A                  E
Being so careless with a thing so great
F#                               B
And taking your poor Madeleine away, away

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7. Her Majesty The Decemberists

I. Shanty For the Arethusa

Originally tabbed by: lucky69

VERSE 1

Em                    Bb               F              Em
  We set to sail on a   packet full of spice, rum and tea-leaves.
Em                    Bb               F              Em
We've emptied out all the bars and the Bowery hotels
Em F#   G                           G/B G                          Em
          Tell your daughters do not      walk the streets alone tonight
Em F#   G                           E F# G                          B7
          Tell your daughters do not       walk the streets alone tonight
 B7 [ch]B7/A[/ch] G   Em
(La da   dum dum)

VERSE 2

Em                    Bb               F              Em
Tell the tale of the Jewess and the mandarin Chinese boy
Em                    Bb               F              Em
He led her down from her gilded canopy of cloth.
Em F#   G                           G/B G                          Em
And through her blindfold she could make out the figures there before her
Em F#   G                           E F# G                          B7
And how the air was thick with incense, cardamom and myrrh
B7 [ch]B7/A[/ch] G

CHORUS

C/G                       Em     Em F# G
  So goodnight, boys, goodnight
C/G                        B7
  Say goodnight, boys, goodnight
B7 [ch]B7/A[/ch] G   Em
La da   dum dum
Em C G D B7
La da dum dum...

VERSE 3

Em                    Bb               F              Em
We set to sail on a clipper that's bound for South Australia
Em                    Bb               F              Em
The weather's warm there, the natives are dark and nubile.
Em F#   G                           G/B G                          Em
But if you listen, quiet, you can hear the footsteps on the cross-trees
Em F#   G                           E F# G                          B7
The ghosts of sailors passed, their spectral bodies clinging to the shrouds.
B7 [ch]B7/A[/ch] G

CHORUS

C/G                       Em     Em F# G
  So goodnight, boys, goodnight
C/G                        B7
  Say goodnight, boys, goodnight
B7 [ch]B7/A[/ch] G   Em
La da dum dum
Em C G D B7   (x2)   Em
La da dum dum...

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II. Billy Liar

Originally tabbed by: Damsk1849

VERSE 1

                     G            G/F#    Em
Billy Liar's got his hands in his pockets
                    A                         Em
Staring over at his neighbor's, knickers down.
A                          Em        A        D
He's got his knickers down.
                 G        G/F#     Em
So the summer is eternity for you?
                       A                        Em
Sleeping in until your father's shaking you down
A                     Em        A
He's shaking you down.

PRE-CHORUS

        G
And the mail room shift gets a real short shrift
       F#m                                                   Em
As you dole out the packages, no-one seems to want you around
A              Em    A
All skulking around.

CHORUS

D        F#m      Bm      G
Let your legs loll on the lino
D         F#m         Bm        G
'Til your sinews spoil
D        F#m      Bm     G
Will you stay here for awhile, dear,
D        F#m  Bm       Em
'Til the radio,  plays something familiar?
      A                   D
Plays something familiar.

BRIDGE

(D)                         G   G/F#         Em
e--------------------------------------------------|
B---------------------------3---0-----0------------|
G-------------------0-2-4----------2---------------|
D-------------0-2-4--------------------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------|

                A              Em
e--------------------------------------------------|
B-------------2-3---0-----0------------------------|
G-------0-2-4----------2---------------------------|
D---2-4------------------------2-------------------|
A--------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------|

                     A                  Em
e----(5)--(3)--(2)--(0)----------------------------|
B--------------------------------------------------|
G---------------------------2h4--2-----------------|
D-----------------------------------4---2----------|
A--------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------|

                     A        D
e----(5)--(3)--(2)--(0)|
B----------------------|
G----------------------|
D----------------------|
A----------------------|
E----------------------|

VERSE 2

D                  G       G/F#    Em
All a-drifting, he's the nogood boyo
                      A               Em
Sent a-fishing for a whalebone corset frame
A                    Em     A    D
(The only catch all day)
D                       G   G/F#  Em
So he sits and lets the current take him
                            A              Em
A gentle breeze will leave his pants in disarray
A                    Em
And at his ankles laid.

PRE-CHORUS

       G
As he drifts to sleep with a moan and a weep
       F#m                                            Em
He is decked by a Japanese geisha with a garland of pearls
A                      Em
How she twists and twirls!

CHORUS

D        F#m      Bm      G
Let your legs loll on the lino
D         F#m         Bm        G
'Til your sinews spoil
D        F#m      Bm     G
Will you stay here for awhile, dear,
D        F#m  Bm     Em
'Til the radio plays something familiar
      A
Plays something familiar
      Em
Plays something familiar
      A
Plays something familiar

OUTRO
   Em                       A
e--3--3--2--2--0--0----0-----------------------------|
B--------------------3---3--2--2--3--3--4--4--5--5---|
G----------------------------------------------------|
D----------------------------------------------------|
A----------------------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------------------|

Em
Bah bah bah bah bah bah bah-da-dah
A
Bah bah bah bah bah bah bah bah

REPEAT UNTIL FADE

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III. Los Angeles, I'm Yours

Originally tabbed by: JimmyB4403

INTRO

C  C  C  C [ch]Cadd2[/ch]  C (x2)

VERSE 1

C                 [ch]Cadd2[/ch] C               [ch]Cadd2[/ch] Am
There is a city by the sea, a gentle com - pa - ny,
              Asus2 Em       F F  G G
I don't suppose you want to
C                 [ch]Cadd2[/ch] C               [ch]Cadd2[/ch] Am
And as it tells its sorry tale, in harrowing detail
              Asus2 Em       F F  G G
Its hollowness will haunt you

CHORUS

Dm                         Dmadd2   F               Fadd2    Am     Asus2
Its streets and boulevards,         orphans and oligarchs it hears
F                  Fadd2 Dm                 Dmadd2
A plaintive melody,      truncated symphony
   F                        Fadd2 G
An ocean's garbled vomit on the   shore,
    F F G G      C
Los Angeles, I'm yours

C  C  C  C [ch]Cadd2[/ch]  C (x4)  F F  G G

VERSE 2

C                 [ch]Cadd2[/ch] C               [ch]Cadd2[/ch] Am
Oh ladies pleasant and demure, sallow-cheeked and sure
              Asus2 Em       F F  G G
I can see your undies
C                 [ch]Cadd2[/ch] C               [ch]Cadd2[/ch] Am
And all the boys you drag about, an empty fallow fount
              Asus2 Em       F F  G G
From Saturdays to Mondays

CHORUS

Dm                         Dmadd2   F               Fadd2    Am     Asus2
You hill and valley crowd, hanging your trousers down at heel
F                  Fadd2 Dm                 Dmadd2
This is the realest thing, as ancient choirs sing
   F                        Fadd2 G
A dozen blushing cherubs wheel above
    F F G G      C
Los Angeles my love

BRIDGE

C  C  C  C [ch]Cadd2[/ch]  C (x2)
C C# D7M   C#m  D7M   C#m C#m Eb E
D                         D                 Bm            Bsus2    F#m  G G  A A
  Oh what a rush of ripe elan, languor on divans, dalliant and dainty
D                      Dsus2   D                 Dsus2 Bm
But oh the smell of burnt cocaine, the dolor and decay
              Bsus2 F#m   G G  A A
It only makes me    cranky

CHORUS

Dm                 Dmadd2 F                 Fsus2 Am    Asus2 Am
Oh great calamity,        ditch of iniquity and   tears
F                      Fsus2 Dm                         Dmadd2
How I abhor this place,      its sweet and bitter taste
    F                    Fsus2        G
Has left me wretched, retching on all fours
    F F G G      C
Los Angeles, I'm yours

OUTRO

    F F G G      C
Los Angeles, I'm yours
    F F G G      C
Los Angeles, I'm yours

F F  G G  C
F F  G G  C

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IV. The Gymnast, High Above The Ground

INTRO

e|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------4-4-------4-4-------4-4-------4-4---------2-2-------2-2-------2-2-------2-2--|
A|---2---------2---------2---------2-----------0---------0---------0---------0--------|
E|-3---3-----3---3-----3---3-----3---3-------3---3-----3---3-----3---3-----3---3------|

e|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------0-0-------0-0-------0-0-------0-0---------0-0-------0-0-------0-0-------0-0--|
A|---2---------2---------2---------2-----------2---------2---------2---------2--------|
E|-3---3-----3---3-----3---3-----3---3-------3---3-----3---3-----3---3-----3---3------|
                                                                (x1, then with lyrics)

VERSE 1

The gymnast, high above the ground,
Limbers up and falls tender down
Ankles splayed and all tied
The gymnast long has arrived

VERSE 2

Lazy, your long sister lays
Waiting out this long light brigade
Prayed for snow a long time
And lately, it long has arrived

CHORUS

C                                                                G
Through the tarlatan holes, you've been slipping, been slipping away (la dee dum da)
C                                                                G
And the weather will hold, its been ever so, ever so gray (la dee dum da)
    Em            G                  C                    Cm                 Em
And here as we're coming down, we're sounding out, it's a terrible, terrible tide
      G                C
As it lights upon your eye
    Em            G                  C                    Cm               Em
But there on the motorway, reeks of marmalade, it's a chemical, chemical kind
      G                C    Am               C
As it lights upon your eye, lights upon your eye

SOLO

e|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------4-4-------4-4-------4-4-------4-4---------2-2-------2-2-------2-2-------2-2--|
A|---2---------2---------2---------2-----------0---------0---------0---------0--------|
E|-3---3-----3---3-----3---3-----3---3-------3---3-----3---3-----3---3-----3---3------|

e|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------0-0-------0-0-------0-0-------0-0---------0-0-------0-0-------0-0-------0-0--|
A|---2---------2---------2---------2-----------2---------2---------2---------2--------|
E|-3---3-----3---3-----3---3-----3---3-------3---3-----3---3-----3---3-----3---3------|

VERSE 3

The bosun calls upon the quay
Compass gone, he long has lost his way
To lighthouse shine, to calm tide
The bosun long has arrived

CHORUS

C                                                                G
Through the tarlatan holes, you've been slipping, been slipping away (la dee dum da)
C                                                                G
And the weather will hold, its been ever so, ever so gray (la dee dum da)
    Em            G                  C                    Cm                 Em
And here as we're coming down, we're sounding out, it's a terrible, terrible tide
      G                C
As it lights upon your eye
    Em            G                  C                    Cm               Em
But there on the motorway, reeks of marmalade, it's a chemical, chemical kind
      G                C    Am               C
As it lights upon your eye, lights upon your eye

OUTRO

Em    G       C  (x2)

Em  Em/F# G  G/B  C   (x4)
A - pril  marches on...

C

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V. The Bachelor and The Bride

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

CAPO 1

VERSE 1

Em                 A
There's a wrinkle,   in the water
D                 C7M  
Where we laid our,     first daughter
Em                         A          C7M         B7
And I think the wind blows so sweetly there, over there

VERSE 2

Em                 A
And the windows, and the cinders
D                 C7M  
And the willows, in the timbers
Em                         A          C7M         B7
The infernal rattling of the rain, still remains

CHORUS

    Em          B               Em
But I, said the bachelor to the bride
       B           C
Am not waiting for tonight,
    G         A
No, I, I will box your ears
    B7                      Em
And leave you here stripped bare
Em  A  D  C7M  
Stripped bare...

VERSE 3

Em                 A
Hear the corncrakes, and the deer hooves
D                 C7M  
And the sleet rain on the slate roof
Em                         A          C7M         B7
A medallion locked inside her hands, in her hands

VERSE 4

Em                 A
And his fingers, are they telling
D                 C7M  
Of the barren of her belly
Em                         A          C7M         B7
Do his calluses cure her furrowed brow, even now

CHORUS

    Em          B               Em
But I, said the bachelor to the bride
       B           C
Am not waiting for tonight,
    G         A
No, I, I will box your ears
    B7                      Em
And leave you here stripped bare,
Em  A  D  C7M    Em  A  D  C7M  
Stripped bare, stripped bare, stripped bare

OUTRO

    Em          B               Em
But I, said the bachelor to the bride
       B           C
Am not waiting for tonight,
    G         A
No, I, I will box your ears
    C
And take your tears
    A                    C              Em    A   D   C7M  
And leave you, leave you here, stripped bare

Em  A  D  C7M    (x2)  Em

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VI. Song for Myla Goldberg

Originally tabbed by: ponyjohn

VERSE 1

D             G             D             G
Myla Goldberg sets a steady hand upon her brow
D             G               D               G
Myla Goldberg hangs a crooked foot all upside down

PRE-CHORUS

D                   G
It comes around, it comes around
D                   G
It comes around, it comes around
D                   G
It comes around, it comes around
D                   G
It comes around, it comes around

VERSE 2

D             G             D             G
Pretty hands do pretty things when pretty times arise
D             G             D             G
Seraphim and seaweed swim where stick-limbed Myla lies

PRE-CHORUS

D                   G
It comes around, it comes around
D                   G
It comes around, it comes around
D                   G
It comes around, it comes around
D                   G
It comes around, it comes around

CHORUS

A                 G          D         A
Still know you're waiting to grow
              Em     G    A
Inside you're old
                 G       D
Sew wings to your pigeon toes
    Em
Put paper to pen
   G
To spell out "Eliza"

VERSE 3

D             G             D             G
We begin with sticky shins, make sticky then our shoes
D             G             D             G
Shoes beget to clothes and hat until sticky's sticking too

PRE-CHORUS

D                   G
Finiculi finicula finiculi finicula
D                   G
Finiculi finicula finiculi finicula
D                   G
Finiculi finicula finiculi finicula
D                   G
Finiculi finicula finiculi finicula

VERSE 4

D             G             D             G
Listen in as shin-kicked Jim relates his story sad
D             G             D             G
About a boy who kicked until his shins were all but rubber bands

BRIDGE

But now
D                   G
I know New York, I need New York
D                   G
I know I need unique New York
D                   G
I know New York, I need New York
D                   G
I know I need unique New York


CHORUS

A                 G          D         A
Still know you're waiting to grow
              Em     G    A
Inside you're old
                 G       D
Sew wings to your pigeon toes
    Em
Put paper to pen
   G
To spell out "Eliza"

OUTRO

D
Eliza, Eliza, Eliza
It comes around, it comes around, it comes around

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VII. The Soldiering Life

VERSE 1

D                          C#
Ambling madly all over the town
                                D
The call to arms you likened to a whisper
               C#
I likened to a radio.
D                             C#
You were a brickbat, a Bowery tough,
                                D
So rough they culled you from a cartoon.
                   C#
Pulled out of your pantaloons.

CHORUS

    A                  Ab
But you, my brother in arms,
               F#m                                E
I'd rather I'd lose my limbs than let you come to harm.
    A                 Ab
But you, my bombazine doll
                F#m                                 E
The bullets may singe your skin and the mortars may fall.
    A                 E
But I have never felt so much light
     F#m                     D
Than tonight, huddled in the trenches,
              A
Gazing on the battlefield.
           E
Our rifles blaze away.
   G                 D
We blaze away. Oh Oh Oh

VERSE 2

D                          C#
Corporal Bradley of regiment five
                                D
In proud array, standing by the bathing
                         C#
Soldiers and the stevedores.
D                                     C#
We laid on the mattress and tumbled to sleep
                                     D
Our eyes aligned, swaddled in our civies
                     C#
Cradled in our dungarees.

CHORUS

    A                  Ab
But you, my brother in arms,
               F#m                                E
I'd rather I'd lose my limbs than let you come to harm.
    A                 Ab
But you, my bombazine doll
                F#m                                 E
The bullets may singe your skin and the mortars may fall.
    A                 E
But I have never felt so much light
     F#m                     D
Than tonight, huddled in the trenches,
              A
Gazing on the battlefield.
           E
Our rifles blaze away.
   G                 D
We blaze away. Oh Oh Oh

OUTRO

   G                 D
We blaze away. Oh Oh Oh
   A                    E
We blaze away. Oh Oh Oh Oh
   G                 D
We blaze away. Oh Oh Oh

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VIII. Red Right Ankle

Originally tabbed by: JimmyB4430

CAPO 5

INTRO

(D/F# G)x4

D/F#                               G
This is the story of your red right ankle,
D/F#                               G
And how it came to meet your leg
D/F#                               G
And how the muscle bone and sinews tangled,
D/F#                               G
And how the skin was softly shed

CHORUS

Em                          A
And how it whispered, oh, adhere to me,
 Em                     A
    For we are bound by symmetry
Em                           A
And whatever differences our lives have been,
D                    G    G D/F#
We together make a limb
Em                        A           D/F#  G   D/F#  G
This is the story of your red right ankle

VERSE 2

D/F#                               G
This is the story of your gypsy uncle,
D/F#                               G
You never knew 'cause he was dead
D/F#                               G
And how his face was carved and ripped with wrinkles,
D/F#                               G
In the picture in your head

CHORUS

Em                          A
And remember how you found the key,
Em                          A
To his hideout in the Pyrenees
Em                          A
But you wanted to keep his secret safe,
D                    G    G D/F#
So you threw the key away
Em                        A           D/F#  G   D/F#  G
This is the story of your gypsy uncle

BRIDGE

Em    A   Asus4 A  Em    A    Asus4 A
D/F#    G   (x2)

VERSE 3

D/F#                               G
This is the story of the boys who loved you,
D/F#                               G
Who love you now and loved you then
D/F#                               G
And some were sweet and some were cold and snuffed you,
D/F#                               G
And some just laid around in bed

CHORUS

Em                          A
And had crumbled you straight to your knees,
Em                          A
Did it cruel did it tenderly
Em                          A
And some had crawled their way into your heart,
D                    G    G D/F#
To rend your ventricles apart
Em                       A              G/B    G/B Asus4 G   G D/F# Em
This is the story of the boys who loved you

OUTRO

Em                        A           G
This is the story of your red right ankle

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IX. The Chimbley Sweep

Originally tabbed by: khabok

CAPO 4

VERSE 1

Em                 B7
I am a chimbley, a chimbley sweep
Am
No bed to lie, no shoes to hold my feet
Em                   B7
Upon the rooftops in dead of night
Am                                           Em
You'll hear me cry, I'll shake you from your sleep

CHORUS

           G
To hear me weep
      D               C
"Your day will come indeed
Em         G          C        Am
For I am a poor and a wretched boy
  Em       B7       Em
A chimbley chimbley sweep."

VERSE 2

Em              B7
I am an orphan, an orphan boy
Am
I've known no love, I've seen no mother's joy
Em               B7
A dirty doorstep my cradle laid
Am                                          Em
My fortune's made: I'll shake you from your sleep

CHORUS

           G
To hear me weep
      D               C
"Your day will come indeed.
Em         G          C        Am
For I am a poor and a wretched boy
  Em       B7       Em
A chimbley, chimbley sweep."

VERSE 3

 Em                B7
"O lonely urchin!" the widow cried
 Am
"I've not been swept since the day my husband died."
Em                         B7
Her cheeks a blushing, her legs laid bare
Am                                             Em
And shipwrecked there I'll shake you from your sleep

CHORUS

           G
To hear me weep
      D               C
"Your day will come indeed.
Em         G          C        Am
For I am a poor and a wretched boy
  Em       B7       Em
A chimbley chimbley sweep."

OUTRO

Em         G          C        Am
For I am a poor and a wretched boy
  Em       B7       Em
A chimbley chimbley sweep."

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X. I Was Meant For The Stage

Originally tabbed by: fruitloof

VERSE 1

C
I was meant for the stage,
F                   C
I was meant for the curtain.
C     Cmaj9    Am          Am7/G
I was meant to tread these boards,
   F              C
Of this much I am certain.

VERSE 2

C
I was meant for the crowd,
F                   C
I was meant for the shouting.
C     Cmaj9    Am          Am7/G
I was meant to raise these hands
     F               C       G
With quiet all about me. oh, oh.

VERSE 3

C
Mother, please, be proud.
F             C
Father, be forgiving.
C    Cmaj9      Am       Am7/G
Even though you told me 'Son,
       F              C          G
You'll never make a living.' oh, oh.

CHORUS

G                            F
From the floorboards to the fly,
                      C
Here I was fated to reside.
                       G
And as I take my final bow,
                      C
Was there ever any doubt?
                            F
And as the spotlights fade away,
                                 C
And you're escorted through the foyer,
                             G
You will resume your callow ways,
                          C
But I was meant for the stage.

VERSE 4

C
The heaven's at my door.
F               C
Intended my for stardom.
C     Cmaj9    Am           Am7/G
Rays of light shined down on me
     F                C
And all my sins were pardoned.

VERSE 5

C
I was meant for applause.
F
I was meant for derision.
C       Cmaj9    Am         Am7/G
Nothing short of faded self has
F            C            G
Affected my decision. oh, oh.

CHORUS

G                            F
From the floorboards to the fly,
                      C
Here I was fated to reside.
                       G
And as I take my final bow,
                      C
Was there ever any doubt?
                            F
And as the spotlights fade away,
                                 C
And you're escorted through the foyer,
                             G
You will resume your callow ways,
                          C
But I was meant for the stage.

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XI. As I Rise

INTRO

D C

VERSE 1

G
I have come a few miles.
G
I got blisters on my slippered feet
     D          C
As I rise, as I ri-ise.

VERSE 2

G
California's ok.
G
But I think I might stay in the shade
        D          C
For a while, for a whi-ile.

G D C

VERSE 3

G
Ladybug, ladybird
G
You're the prettiest song I heard
     D           C
In a while, in a whi-ile.

OUTRO

G                                                  D          C
La di dah, la dah, la di dah dah dah la dah, la la la, la dah dah-ah

G D C G

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8. Castaways And Cutouts

I. Leslie Anne Levine

Originally tabbed by: wolfey89

INTRO

(E    C7M    Asus2) x4

VERSE 1

E                            C7M      Asus2
My name is Leslie Anne Levine
E                           C7M      Asus2
My mother birthed me down a dry ravine
E                      C7M       Asus2
My mother birthed me far too soon
E                        B     Asus2
Born at nine and dead at noon

CHORUS

A                                           C#m
Fifteen years gone now, I still wander this parapet
                        A
And shake my rattle bone
A                                            C#m
Fifteen years gone now, I still cling to the petticoats
       C         B         E
Of the girl who died with me

(E    C7M    Asus2) x2

VERSE 2

E                            C7M      Asus2
On the roof above the streets
E                            C7M      Asus2
The only love I've known's a chimney sweep
E                            C7M      Asus2
Lost and lodged inside a flue
E          B    Asus2
Back in 1842

CHORUS

A                                           C#m
Fifteen years gone now, I still wail from these catacombs
                           A
And curse my mother's name
A                                           C#m
Fifteen years gone now, still a wastrel mesallied
       C         B         E
Has brought this fate on me

(E    C7M    Asus2) x2

VERSE 3

E                            C7M      Asus2
My name is Leslie Anne Levine
E                            C7M      Asus2
I've no one left to mourn for me
E                            C7M      Asus2
My body lies inside its grave
E                      B    Asus2
In a ditch not far away

CHORUS

A                                           C#m
Fifteen years gone now, I still wander this parapet
                        A
And shake my rattle bone
A                                            C#m
Fifteen years gone now, I still cling to the petticoats
       C         B         E
Of the girl who died with me

OUTRO

E C7M    Asus2 E

C7M       Asus2   E
Who died with me
C7M       Asus2   E
Who died with me
C7M       Asus2   E
Who died with me

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II. Here I Dreamt I Was An Architect

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

D9sus2: - 5 0 0 3 0

INTRO

(C7M   D9sus2)x2

VERSE 1

C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
 And here I dreamt I was a soldier
C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
And I marched the streets of Birkenau
C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
And I recall in spring the perfume that the air would bring
       C7M           D9sus2   C7M     D9sus2   C7M     D9sus2
To the indolent town

VERSE 2

C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
Where the barkers called the moon down
C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
The carnival was ringing loudly now
C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
And just to lay with you there's nothing that I wouldn't do
       C7M           D9sus2   C7M     D9sus2   C7M     D9sus2
Save lay my rifle down

CHORUS

Dsus2        C7M  
And try one,   and try two
Dsus2        C7M  
Guess it always comes down to
Dsus2        C7M  
Alright, well okay
Dsus2          C7M                C7M  
    Guess it's better to turn this way...
D9sus2 C7M   D9sus2 C7M   D9sus2 C7M   D9sus2

VERSE 3

C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
And I am nothing of a builder
C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
But here I dreamt I was an architect
C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
And I built this balustrade to keep you home, to keep you safe
       C7M           D9sus2   C7M     D9sus2   C7M     D9sus2
From the outside world

VERSE 4

C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
But the angles and the corners
C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
Even though my work is unparalleled
C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
They never seemed to meet, the structure fell about our feet
       C7M           D9sus2   C7M     D9sus2   C7M     D9sus2
And we were free to go

CHORUS

Dsus2        C7M  
And try one,   and try two
Dsus2        C7M  
Guess it always comes down to
Dsus2        C7M  
Alright, well okay
Dsus2          C7M                C7M  
    Guess it's better to turn this way...
D9sus2 C7M   D9sus2 C7M   D9sus2 C7M   D9sus2

VERSE 5

C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
And here in Spain I am a Spaniard
C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
I will be buried with my marionettes
C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
Countess and courtesans will fall beneath my tender hand
       C7M           D9sus2   C7M     D9sus2   C7M     D9sus2
When their husbands are not around

VERSE 6

C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
But you my soiled teenage girlfriend
C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
Though you are furrowed like a lioness
C7M         D9sus2         C7M     D9sus2
And we are vagabonds, we travel without seat belts on
       C7M           D9sus2   C7M     D9sus2   C7M     D9sus2
We live this close to death


CHORUS

Dsus2        C7M  
And try one,   and try two
Dsus2        C7M  
Guess it always comes down to
Dsus2        C7M  
Alright, well okay
Dsus2          C7M           C7M  
    Guess it's better to turn this

OUTRO

Dsus2        C7M           Dsus2        C7M  
Well I won, and you lose, guess it always comes down to
Dsus2        C7M         Dsus2        C7M  
The alright, it's okay, guess it's better to turn this
C7M     D9sus2
Way...
(C7M   D9sus2)x3

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III. July, July!

Originally tabbed by: letdown00

INTRO

E

VERSE 1

A          B                   E                 D
There is a road that meets the road that goes to my house
A           B           E
And how the green grows there.
A          B                  E                D
And we got special boots that beat the path to my house
         A                 B                E
And it's careful, and it's careful when I'm there.

VERSE 2

A          B                   E                 D
And I say your uncle was a crooked French Canadian
A           B           E
And he was gunshot running gin
A          B                   E                 D
And how his guts were all suspended in his fingers
         A                 B                E
And how he held'em, how held'em, held'em in.

PRE-CHORUS

        F#m                  E
And the water rolls down the drain.
    F#m                  E
The water rolls down the drain. O what a
D                   E
Lonely thing!  In a lonely drain!

CHORUS

A   D     E     D
  July, July, July
A     D         E
Never seemed so strange
A   D     E     D
  July, July, July
A     D        E       D         A   D       E
Never seemed so, never seemed so strange.

VERSE 3

A          B                   E                 D
This is the story of the road that goes to my house
A           B           E
And what ghosts do there remain.
A          B                   E                 D
And all the thoughts that run the length and breadth of my house
         A                 B                E
And the chickens, how they rattle chicken chains.

VERSE 4

A          B                   E                 D
And we'll remember this when we are old and ancient,
A           B           E
Though the specifics might be vague.
A          B                   E                 D
And I'll say your camisole was a sprightly light magenta
         A                 B                E
When in fact it was a nappy bluish gray.

PRE-CHORUS

        F#m                  E
And the water rolls down the drain.
    F#m                  E
The blood rolls down the drain. O what a
D                   E
Lonely thing!  In a blood-red drain!

CHORUS

A   D     E     D
  July, July, July
A     D         E
Never seemed so strange
A   D     E     D
  July, July, July
A     D        E       D         A   D       E
Never seemed so, never seemed so strange.

OUTRO

A     D         E
Never seemed so strange
A     D         E
Never seemed so strange
A     D         E
Never seemed so strange

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IV. A Cautionary Song

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

Dm/A is 1 strum of the Dm chord, followed by one strum of an A chord. In the verses it 
is repeated.

INTRO

(Dm/A) x4

VERSE 1

[ch]Dm/A[/ch]                                                             G/D
There's a place your mother goes, when everybody else is soundly sleeping
Dm
Through the lights of beacon street
                                   G
And if you listen you can hear her weeping,
      A                  Bb
She's weeping, cause the gentlemen are calling

CHORUS

                                      F
And the snow is softly falling on her petticoats.
           Bb
And she's standing in the harbor
                                         F
And she's waiting for the sailors in the jolly boat.
        A
See how they approach

VERSE 2
[ch]Dm/A[/ch]                                                                        G/D
With dirty hands and trousers torn they grapple 'til she's safe within their keeping
Dm                                                                  G
A gag is placed between her lips to keep her sorry tongue from
      A                  Bb
Any speaking, or screaming

CHORUS

                                      F
And they row her out to packets where the sailor's sorry racket
           Bb
Calls for maidenhead
                                      F
And she's scarce above the gunwales when her clothes fall to a
                       A
Bundle and she's laid in bed on the upper deck
Gm              A           Gm           A
La la la la laa,la la la laa,

VERSE 3

[ch]Dm/A[/ch]                                                                 G/D
And so she goes from ship to ship, her ankles clasped, her arms so rudely pinioned
Dm                                                       G
'Til at last she's satisfied the lot of the marina's teeming
      A                  Bb
Minions, in their opinions

CHORUS

                                      F
And they tell her not to say a thing to cousin, kindred, kith or
           Bb
Kin or she'll end up dead
                                      F
And they throw her thirty dollars and return her to the harbor
                     A
Where she goes to bed, and this is how your fed

OUTRO

Gm                                        A
So be kind to your mother, though she may seem an awful bother,
        Gm                                      A
and the next time she tries to feed you collard greens,
                                          A    Dm
Remember what she does when you're asleep

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V. Odalisque

Originally tabbed by: aflowerandagun

INTRO

(Ebm Ab B B/F#)x2

VERSE 1

Ebm Ab B B/F#
They've come to find you, Odalisque
Ebm Ab B B/F#
As the light dies horribly
Bbm Bbm Ebm Ab
On a fire escape you walk
Bbm Bbm Ebm Ab B B/F#
All rare and resolved to drop
Ebm Ab B B/F#

VERSE 2

Ebm Ab B B/F#
And when they find you, Odalisque
Ebm Ab B B/F#
They will rend you, terribly
Bbm Bbm Ebm Ab
Stitch from stitch 'til all
Bbm Bbm Ebm Ab B B/F#
Your linen limbs will fall
Ab B C# x2

CHORUS

Ab Ab Ab B C# / Ab  Ab  B B
Lazy lady had a baby girl
Ab  Ab  Ab  B  C#  / Ab
Ab  Ab  B  C#
And a sweet sound it made
Ab  Ab  Ab  B  C#  / Ab
Ab  B B
Raised on pradies, peanut shells and dirt
Ab  Ab  Ab  B  C#  / Ab
Ab  Ab  B  C#
In a railroad cul-de-sac
C# Eb
And what do we do with ten baby shoes
B C#m
A kit bag full of marbles and a broken billiard cue?
B
What do we do?
Ab  Ab  Ab  B  C# x2
What do we do?

CHORUS 2

Ab  Ab  Ab  B  C#  / Ab
Ab  B B
Fifteen stitches will mend those britches right
Ab  Ab  Ab  B  C#  / Ab
Ab  Ab  B  C#
And them rip them down again
Ab  Ab  Ab  B  C#  / Ab
Ab  B B
Sapling switches will rend those rags alright
Ab  Ab  Ab  B  C#  / Ab
Ab  Ab  B  C#
What a sweet sound it makes
C# Ab
And what we do with ten dirty Jews
B C#m
A thirty-ought full of rock salt and a warm afternoon?
B
What do we do?
Bb
What do we do?

BRIDGE

Bb
Lay your belly under mine
Bb                     B Bb
Naked under me, under me
Bb
Such a filthy dimming shine
Bb                      B                  A#*
The way you kick and scream, kick and scream
Bb [ch]Bb/A[/ch] Bb
Bb [ch]Bb/A[/ch] Ab Bb

CHORUS

C# Eb
And what do we with ten baby shoes
B C#m
A kit bag full of marbles and broken billiard cue?
B
What do we do?
Ab Ab Ab B C#
What do we do?
Ab Ab Ab B C#
Ab Ab Ab B C#  / Ab

OUTRO

Ab B B
Lazy lady had a baby girl
Ab
And a sweet sound it made

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VI. Cocoon

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

INTRO

(D7M   G7M  ) x2

VERSE 1

D7M                              G7M  
This cocoon, caught in Vesuvius' shadow
                D7M  
Only the ashes remain
    G7M  
And I waited there for you
             D7M        G7M  
Why couldn't you?

VERSE 2

D7M                                 G7M  
Here we lie waiting for something to startle
                           D7M  
To shake us from gravity's pull
    G7M  
And so sleeping hours are through
            D7M         G7M  
What can we do?

PRE-CHORUS

     Bm                    G7M             Em7
The sorry conclusion, the low dirty war, it happened before you came to
     Bm                    G7M  
But this is solution, and this is amends
     Em7
The joke always tends to come true
     C                        Am                 E
But there on your windowsill over the unmoving platoon
 C                      Am                      E
Written in paperback, view to the quarterback's room
    G
Under waning moon

CHORUS

      D/F#        [ch]Dm/F[/ch]     Em
This quiet serves only to hide you
  Bm/F#  Em
Provide you
       G          Gm                       D7M    G7M  
What I knew, what I knew, it'd come back to you

D7M   G7M  

VERSE 3

D7M                                 G7M  
Take this palm, follow the lines here are written
                                  D7M  
And script out the rest of your life
  G7M  
And feel your fingers falling slack
               D7M         G7M  
And all folding back

PRE-CHORUS

     Bm                    G7M  
The tainted election, the hole in the sky
Em7
Command what is tried, what is true
     Bm                    G7M  
But without solution, with feet on the ground
Em7
It won't make a sound 'til you're through
     C                        Am
So loosen your shoulder blades
                              E
This is your hour to make due
     C                        Am
Because there on the timberline
                                  E
Deep cold November shines through
           G
Soft and absolute

CHORUS

      D/F#        [ch]Dm/F[/ch]     Em
This quiet serves only to hide you
  Bm/F#  Em
Provide you
       G          Gm                       D7M    G7M  
What I knew, what I knew, it'd come back to you

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VII. Grace Cathedral Hill

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

VERSE 1

G
Grace Cathedral hill,
       Em
All wrapped in the bones of a setting sun,
            C
All dust and stone and moribund.
             D
I paid twenty-five cents to light
    D7
A little white candle
  G
For a New Year's day
  Em
I sat and watched it burn away
     C
Then turned and weaved through the slow decay.
         D
We were both a little hungry
       D7
So we went to get a hotdog.
G
Down the Hyde St. Pier,
         Em
The light was slight and disappeared.
       C
The air, it sunk of fish and beer.
   D
We heard a superman trumpet
         D7
Play the National Anthem.

CHORUS

C                  G          Em
And the world may belong for you,
   C              G       Em
But he'll never belong to you.
  C
But on a motorbike,
 Cm                      D                 D7
When all the city lights blind your eyes tonight,
                 C          D
Are you feeling better now?
            G                  Em
Are you feeling be...ttttter..nooooww.
           C                 Cm
Are you feeling better now?

VERSE 2

G
Some way to greet the year:
         Em
Your eyes all bright and brimmed with tears.
            C
The pilgrims, pills and tourist here
         D
All sing "Fifty three bucks
    D7
To buy a brand new halo."

I'm sweet on a green-eyed girl,
         Em
All fiery Irish clip and curl,
            C
All brine and piss and vinegar.
         D
I paid twenty-five vents to light
    D7
A little white candle.

CHORUS

C                  G          Em
And the world may belong for you,
   C              G       Em
But he'll never belong to you.
  C
But on a motorbike,
 Cm                      D                 D7
When all the city lights blind your eyes tonight,
                 C          D
Are you feeling better now?
            G                  Em
Are you feeling be...ttttter..nooooww.
           C                 Cm
Are you feeling better now?

OUTRO

G Em     C    Cm
(La..la...la...la...) x2

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VIII. The Legionnaire's Lament

Originally tabbed by: letdown00

VERSE 1

      Dm                    F
I'm a legionnaire, camel in disrepair,
             G                  Bb      A
Hoping for a Frigidaire to come passing by.
     Dm                      F
I am on reprieve, lacking my joise de vivre,
           G                 Bb     A
Missing my gay Paree in this desert dry.

VERSE 2

      Dm                        F
And I wrote my girl, told her I would not return,
               G                   Bb           A
I've terribly taken a turn for the worse now, I fear.
               Dm
It's been a year or more
                              F
Since they shipped me to this foreign shore,
              G
Fighting in a foreign war,
      Bb            A
So far away from my home.

CHORUS

             F                      C
If only some rain would fall on the houses and the boulevards
         Gm                             Bb
And the sidewalk bagatelles (it's like a dream).
          F                 C
With a roar of cars and the lolling of the cafe bars
       Gm                            Bb
The sweetly sleeping sweeping of the Seine.
        Bbm                               Dm
Lord, I don't know if I'll ever be back again.
      F                G    Bb    A
La Da Dum Dum La Da Da Dum

VERSE 3

      Dm                    F
Medicating in the sun with pinch doses of laudanum,
               G                   Bb       A
Longing for the old fecundity of my homeland.
      Dm                    F
Curses to this mirage!  A bottle of ancient Shiraz!
               G                             Bb           A
The smattering of distant applause is ringing in my poor ears.
      Dm                    F
On the old left bank, my baby in a charabanc,
               G                   Bb           A
Riding up the width and length of the Champs Elysee.

CHORUS

             F                      C
If only some rain would fall on the houses and the boulevards
         Gm                             Bb
And the sidewalk bagatelles (it's like a dream).
          F                 C
With a roar of cars and the lolling of the cafe bars
       Gm                            Bb
The sweetly sleeping sweeping of the Seine.
        Bbm                               Dm
Lord, I don't know if I'll ever be back again.
      F                G          Bb    A
La Da Dum Dum La Da Da Dum

BRIDGE

Dm    F    G    Bb  A

CHORUS

             F                      C
If only some rain would fall on the houses and the boulevards
         Gm                             Bb
And the sidewalk bagatelles (it's like a dream).
          F                 C
With a roar of cars and the lolling of the cafe bars
       Gm                            Bb
The sweetly sleeping sweeping of the Seine.
        Bbm                               Dm
Lord, I don't know if I'll ever be back again.

OUTRO

         C              Gm              Bb
Be back again, be back again, O be back again.
            F            C            Gm           Bb  Bbm
Oh oh oh oh oh, la la la la, la la la la, oh oh oh oh
F    C    Gm    Bb  Bbm  Dm

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IX. Clementine

INTRO

(D G A) x2

VERSE 1

D                 G     A
You slept in your overalls
D          G         A
After the wrecking ball
D           G            A
Bereft you of house and home
D                    G        A
And left you with sweet fuck-all

CHORUS

       Bm
So we got in your car
           G
With our kickabout hearts
         Em                   A
And we hollered out 'sweet clementine'

VERSE 2

D                 G      A
Tell your mom to marry us
D            G    A
a candle to carry us
D                  G         A
with cans on our bicycle fenders
D              G     A
so sweet and hilarious

CHORUS

Bm
And we'll find us a home
          G
Built of packaging foam
           Em                      A
That will be there 'til after we die

BRIDGE

(D G A)x5

VERSE 3

D                   G    A
And, i'll play the clarinet
D                     G    A
Use clamshells for castinets
D                 G                A
We play with our bags on our shoulders
D              G     A
My sweet lady lioness

CHORUS

       Bm
And I watch as you sleep
        G
So indelibly deep
       Em                     A
And I hum to you sweet clementine

(D G A) x5

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X. California One/Youth And Beauty Brigade

DROP D TUNING

INTRO: D  Em F#m G Em D

VERSE 1

D                       Em
Take a long drive with me
                                 D
On California one, On California one
                         Em
Take a long drive with me
                                 D
On California one, On California one

CHORUS

And the road a-winding goes
               Gm                     D
From golden gate to roaring cliff-side
                                        Gm                      D
And the light is softly low as our hearts become sweetly untied
              C G                 D
Beneath the sun of California one

VERSE 2

                        Em
Take a long dram with me
                                      D
Of California wine, of California wine
                        Em
Take a long dram with me
                                      D
Of California wine, of California wine

CHORUS

And the wine it tastes so sweet
        Gm                  D
As we lay our eyes to wander

And the sky, it stretches deep
           Gm                    D
Will we rest our heads to slumber
            C
Beneath the vines of California wine?
D           C   G                  D
Beneath the sun of California One

BRIDGE

D Asus4 D

D+ Em G Em G D+

               D+
Annabelle lies, sleeps with quiet eyes
       G  Em     G    Em
On this sea-drift sun
                D+
What can you do?

And if I said, O it's in your head
       G  Em     G    Em
On this sea-drift sun
                D+
What can you do?

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*Youth And Beauty Brigade*

VERSE 1

D
We're calling all bed wetters and ambulance chasers

Poor picker-pockets bring 'em in

CHORUS

D/F#          G                        D
Come join the youth and beauty brigade
D/F#          G                        D
Come join the youth and beauty brigade

VERSE 2

We're lining up the light-loafers

And the bored bench warmers

Castaways and cutouts, fill it up

CHORUS

D/F#          G                       D
Come join the youth and beauty brigade
D/F#          G                       D
Come join the youth and beauty brigade
 Em          F#m             G
Nothing will stand in our way

BRIDGE

                   A       D            G
I figured I had paid my debt to society
   F#m                  Em        G
By paying my overdue fines at the Multnomah County Library, at

the library they said son, go join up
D           G                       D
go join the youth and beauty brigade'

CHORUS

D/F#          G                       D
Come join the youth and beauty brigade
D/F#          G                       D
Come join the youth and beauty brigade
D/F#          G                       D
Come join the youth and beauty brigade
Em          F#m             G
Nothing will stand in our way

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9. Picaresque

I. The Infanta

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

VERSE 1

         E
Here she comes in her palanquin on the back of an elephant
     F                                 E
On a bed made of linen and sequins and silk
All astride on her father's line with the king and his concubines
        F                                      E
And her nurse with her pitchers of liquors and milk

CHORUS

          G        D            E
And we'll all come praise the infanta
          G        D            E
And we'll all come praise the infanta

VERSE 2

      E
Among five score pachyderm each canopied and passengered
        F                                     E
Sit the duke and the duchess's luscious young girls
Within sight of the baronness seething spite for this live largesse
       F                                   E
On her side sits the baron, the baroness barbs her

CHORUS

          G        D            E
And we'll all come praise the infanta
          G        D            E
And we'll all come praise the infanta

BRIDGE

Em D Em D Am Bb F

  F
A phalanx on camel back, thirty ranks on a forward tack
         F#                                      F
Followed close, their shiny bright standards are waving
While behind in their coach in fours ride the wives of the king of bores
        F#                                F
And the veiled young virgin, the prince's betrothed

BRIDGE CHORUS

          Ab       Eb         F
And we'll all come praise the infanta
          Ab       Eb         F
And we'll all come praise the infanta

BRIDGE 2

E                        F
And as she sits upon her place
E                         F
Her innocence laid on her face
Bb                                F
From all atop the parapets blow a multitude of coronets
Bb                       F
Melodies rhapsodical and fair
Bb                            F
And all our hearts afire, the sky ablaze with cannonfire
   E                           F
We all raise our voices to the air
       E
To the air

VERSE 4

    E
And above all this folderol on a bed made of chaparral
       F                             E
She is laid, a coronal placed on her brow

And the babe all in slumber dreams of a place filled with quiet streams
      F                                         E
And a lake where her cradle was pulled from the water

CHORUS

          G        D            E
And we'll all come praise the infanta
          G        D            E
And we'll all come praise the infanta

OUTRO

          G        D            E
And we'll all come praise the infanta
(G D E)x3

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II. We Both Go Down Together

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

For the main riff, each chord is one strum

MAIN RIFF:(Am Am Asus2 Am Asus2 Am Am Asus2) x2

INTRO

(Am Am Asus2 Am Asus2 Am Am Asus2) x2

VERSE 1

Am
Here on these cliffs of Dover
Em
So high you can't see over
Am
And while your head is spinning
Em
Hold tight, it's just beginning

(Am Am Asus2 Am Asus2 Am Am Asus2) x2

VERSE 2

Am
You come from parents wanton
Em
A childhood rough and rotten
Am
I come from wealth and beauty
Em           G
Untouched by work or duty

CHORUS

    C      Em       F     G
And oh, my love, my love
    C      Em       F
And oh, my love, my love
   E              Am
We both go down together

(Am Am Asus2 Am Asus2 Am Am Asus2) x2

VERSE 3

Am
I found you a tattooed tramp
Em
A dirty daughter from the labor camps
Am
I laid you down in the grass of a clearing
Em                G
You wept but your soul was willing

CHORUS

    C      Em       F     G
And oh, my love, my love
    C      Em       F
And oh, my love, my love
   E              F
We both go down together

BRIDGE

                             Am
And my parents will never consent to this love
F               G    E
And I hold your hand
Am
Meet me on my vast veranda
Em
My sweet untouched Miranda
Am
And while the seagulls are crying
Em              G
We fall but our souls are flying

OUTRO

    C      Em       F     G
And oh, my love, my love
    C      Em       F     G
And oh, my love, my love
    C      Em       F     G
And oh, my love, my love
    C      Em       F
And oh, my love, my love
   E            Am
We both go down together

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III. Eli, The Barrow Boy

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

CAPO 4

INTRO

Am G Am G

VERSE 1

Am                       C           C/B
Eli the barrow boy of the old town
Am                               C
Sells coal and marigolds and he cries out
G            Am   G Am G
All down the day
Am                        C      C/B
Below the tamaracks he is crying
Am                              C
Corncobs and candle wax for the buying
G            Am   G Am G
All down the day

CHORUS

F                                     C
Would I could afford to buy my love a fine robe
F                             Am
Made of gold and silk Arabian thread
F                                          C
But she is dead and gone and lying in the pine grove
    G                             Am
And I must push my barrow all the day
    G                             Am
And I must push my barrow all the day

BRIDGE

Am C C/B Am C G Am G Am

VERSE 2

Am                           C        C/B
Eli the barrow boy when they found him
Am                              C
Dressed all in corduroy, he had drowned in
    G              Am G Am G
The river down the way
Am                           C         C/B
They lay his body down in a churchyard
Am                                            C
But still when the moon is out with his pushcart
   G              Am G Am G
He calls down the day

CHORUS

F                                     C
Would I could afford to buy my love a fine gown
F                             Am
Made of gold and silk Arabian thread
    F                                   C
But I am dead and gone and lying in the church ground
    G                              Am
But still I push my barrow all the day
    G                              Am
But still I push my barrow all the day

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IV. The Sporting Life

Originally tabbed by: Hankjwimbleton

VERSE 1

G7M  
I fell on the playing field
Em
The work of an errant heel
C
The din of the crowd and the loud commotion
Am                     Dsus2
Went deafening silence and stopped emotion
G7M  
The season was almost done
Em
We managed it 12 to 1
C
So far I had known no humiliation
Am                      Dsus2
In front of my friends and close relations

VERSE 2

C7M                       G7M  
There's my father looking on
C7M                              G7M  
And there's my girlfriend arm in arm
Em
With the captain of the other team
C
And all of this is clear to me
Dsus2                           C
They condescend and fix on me a frown

CHORUS

Am       Dsus2
How they love
G7M  
The sporting life

VERSE 3

G7M  
And father had had such hopes
Em
For a son who would take the ropes
C
And fulfill all his old athletic aspirations
Am             Dsus2
But apparently now there's some complications
G7M  
But while I am lying here
Em
Trying to fight the tears
C
I'll prove to the crowd that I come out stronger
Am                     Dsus2
Though I think I might lie here a little longer

VERSE 4

C7M                           G7M  
There's my coach he's looking down
C7M                               G7M  
The disappointment in his knitted brow
Em
I should've known he thinks again
C
I never should have put him in
Dsus2                  C
He turns and loads the lemonade away
Am              Dsus2
And breathes in deep

CHORUS

G7M  
The sporting life
Em
The sporting life
Cadd9
The sporting life
G7M  
How he loves

BRIDGE

G7M   Em C G7M  

C7M                       G7M  
There's my father looking on
C7M                              G7M  
And there's my girlfriend arm in arm
Em
With the captain of the other team
C
And all of this is clear to me
Dsus2                           C
They condescend and fix on me a frown

CHORUS

Am       Dsus2
How they love
G7M  
The sporting life
Em
The sporting life
Cadd9
The sporting life
G7M  
How they love

OUTRO

(G7M   Em C G7M  )X2

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V. The Bagman's Gambit

       E D A G B E
E5/C:  x 3 2 4 4 0
Cadd9: x 3 2 0 3 0
C7M  : x 3 2 0 0 0
C7M  *:x 3 2 0 3 x
E5/C*: x 3 2 0 0 x
Am:    x 2 2 1 x x
Esus4: x 2 2 0 x x
Dsus2: x 2 2 3 x x

For the verse, strum each chord once.

INTRO

(E5/C Cadd9 Cadd9 C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  *)x2

VERSE 1

[ch]E5/C[/ch]  Cadd9 Cadd9
On the lam
          C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]
From the law
             Cadd9 Cadd9
On the steps of
     C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]
The capital
           Cadd9 Cadd9
You shot a plainclothes
C7M   C7M  
Cop on the
C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]
Ten               o'         clock

Cadd9 Cadd9 C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M   Am Esus4 Dsus2

Esus4  Am      Esus4 Am Esus4 Dsus2 Am Esus4
And I saw momentarily
Esus4 Am Esus4 Dsus2 Am Esus4              [ch]E5/C[/ch]
They flashed a photograph, It couldn't be you

Cadd9 Cadd9 C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  *

Esus4  Am      Esus4 Am Esus4 Dsus2 Am Esus4
You'd been abused so horribly
Esus4 Am Esus4 Dsus2 Am Esus4         (E5/C
But you were there in some anonymous room

Cadd9 Cadd9 C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  *)x2

VERSE 2

[ch]E5/C[/ch]  Cadd9 Cadd9
And I recall that
C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]
Fall
       Cadd9 Cadd9
I was working for the
C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]
Government
         Cadd9 Cadd9  C7M   C7M  
And in a bathroom     stall
  C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]
Off the national mall

Cadd9 Cadd9 C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M   Am Esus4 Dsus2

Esus4  Am      Esus4 Am Esus4 Dsus2 Am Esus4
How we kissed so sweetly
Esus4 Am Esus4 Dsus2 Am Esus4    [ch]E5/C[/ch]
How could I refuse a favor or two

Cadd9 Cadd9 C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  *

Esus4  Am      Esus4 Am Esus4 Dsus2 Am Esus4
And for a tryst in the greenery
Esus4 Am Esus4 Dsus2 Am Esus4       (E5/C
I gave you documents and microfilm too

Cadd9 Cadd9 C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  *)x2

CHORUS

G
And from my ten floor tenement
                      Am
Where once our bodies lay
                         C
How I longed to hear you say
Cm                         G
"No they'll never catch me now
Cm
No they'll never catch me
Am                      F
No they cannot catch me now
   E               F
We will escape somehow
Fm
Somehow, oh"

(E5/C Cadd9 Cadd9 C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  *)x2

VERSE 3

[ch]E5/C[/ch]  Cadd9 Cadd9
It was late
       C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]
One night
[ch]E5/C[/ch]  Cadd9 Cadd9
I was awoken by the
       C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]
Telephone
           Cadd9 Cadd9
I heard a strangled
C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]
Cry           on the     end of the       line

Cadd9 Cadd9 C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M   Am Esus4 Dsus2

Esus4  Am      Esus4 Am Esus4 Dsus2 Am Esus4
Purloined in Petrograd
Esus4 Am Esus4 Dsus2 Am Esus4                  [ch]E5/C[/ch]
They were suspicious of where your loyalties lay

Cadd9 Cadd9 C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  *

Esus4  Am      Esus4 Am Esus4 Dsus2 Am Esus4
So I paid off a bureaucrat
Esus4 Am Esus4 Dsus2 Am Esus4                  (E5/C
To convince your captors there to secret you away

Cadd9 Cadd9 C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  *)x2

CHORUS

G
And at the gate of the embassy
                          Am
Our hands met through the bars
                           C
As your whisper stilled my heart
Cm                         G
"No they'll never catch me now
Cm
No they'll never catch me
Am                      F
No they cannot catch me now
   E               F
We will escape somehow
Fm
Somehow, oh"

BRIDGE

C B C B G

G
And I dreamt one night
                  F#
You were there in form
      G
Hands held high
      F#
In uniform
G
Oh
F#
Oh

(E5/C Cadd9 Cadd9 C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  *)x2

OUTRO

[ch]E5/C[/ch]  Cadd9 Cadd9
It was ten
       C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]
Years on
[ch]E5/C[/ch]  Cadd9 Cadd9
When you resurfaced
       C7M   C7M   C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]
In a motorcar
         Cadd9 Cadd9  C7M   C7M  
And with the wave of an arm
C7M  * C7M  * [ch]E5/C[/ch]* [ch]E5/C[/ch]* C7M  * C7M  *
You were       there        and gone

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VI. From My Own True Love (Lost At Sea)

CAPO 3

INTRO
(Am Am/E Am Am/E Am/G) x2

VERSE 1

Am         Am/E  Am     Am/E         D         Am    Am/E Am Am/E
Four score years living down in this rainswept town
Am       Am/E  Am       Am/E         D          Am   Am/E Am Am/E Am/F#)
Sea salt tears swimming round as the rain comes down

CHORUS

G                             Am         Am/E Am Am/E Am/F#
Mister postman, do you have a letter for me?
G                            Am         Am/E
Mister postman, do you have a letter for me?
  F
A letter for me
        Am
From my own true love
G
Lost at sea
G  [ch]G/G#[/ch] Am Am/E Am Am/E
Lost at sea

BRIDGE

Am Am/E Am Am/E D Am Am/E Am Am/E
Am Am/E Am Am/E D Am Am/E Am Am/E Am/F#

CHORUS

G                             Am         Am/E Am Am/E Am/F#
Mister postman, do you have a letter for me?
G                            Am         Am/E
Mister postman, do you have a letter for me?
  F
A letter for me
        Am
From my own true love
G
Lost at sea
G  [ch]G/Ab[/ch] Am Am/E Am Am/E
Lost at sea

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VII. 16 Military Wives

Originally tabbed by: Guitar JKH

INTRO

E

VERSE 1

E                  G
  Sixteen military wives
             A                               E
  Thirty-two softly focused brightly colored eyes
E                        G
  Staring at the natural tan
                A                                E
  Of thirty-two gently clenching wrinkled little hands
A                   B
  Seventeen company men
               C#               D            A
  Out of which only twelve will make it back again
E                            G
  Seargeant sent a letter to five
           A                                        E
  Military wives, his tears drip down to ten little eyes

CHORUS

B
  Cheer them on to their rivals
        A       E        A       E         B
  Cause America can, and America can't say no
      A       E        A       E         B
  And America does, if America says it's so
  B
  It's so
  N.C.
  And the anchorperson on TV goes
  E
  La de da de da

VERSE 2

E                   G
  Fifteen celebrity mimes
                A                                 E
  Leaving their fifteen sorted wretched checkered lives
E                                G
  Will they find the solution in time
              A                                 E
  Using their fifteen pristine moderate liberal minds
A                  B
  Eighteen academy chairs
               C#         D           A
  Out of which only seven really even care
E                         G
  Doling out a garment to five
            A                                 E
  Celebrity mimes, they're humbly taken by surprise

CHORUS

B
  Cheer them on to their rivals
        A       E        A       E         B
  Cause America can, and America can't say no
      A       E        A       E         B
  And America does, if America says it's so
  B
  It's so
  N.C.
  And the anchorperson on TV goes
  E
  La de da de da de di de di de da
  E
  La de da de da de di de di de da


BRIDGE

 E, G, A, E, E, G, A, E

VERSE 3

A                   B
  Fourteen cannibal kings
            C#               D                A
  Wondering blindly what the dinner bell will bring
E                   G
  Fifteen celebrity mimes
              A                             E
  Served on a leafy bed of sixteen military wives

CHORUS

B
  Cheer them on to their rivals
        A       E        A       E         B
  Cause America can, and America can't say no
      A       E        A       E         B
  And America does, if America says it's so
  B
  It's so
  N.C.
  And the anchorperson on TV goes
  E
  La de da de da de di de di de da
  E
  La de da de da de di de di de da

OUTRO

E
  La de da de da de di de di de da
  E
  De da de da de di de di de da
  E
  De da de da de di de di de da

E G A E G A E G A E

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VIII. The Engine Driver

Originally tabbed by: Joho

INTRO

(C7M   Em)x3

VERSE 1

C7M           Em Bm
I'm an engine driver
C7M            G    D
On a long run, on a long run
C7M            Em   Bm
Would I were beside her
C7M               G      D
She's a long one, such a long one

PRE-CHORUS

C7M              G       D     C7M   Em Bm
And if you don't love me let me go
C7M              G       D     C7M   Em Bm
And if you don't love me let me go

VERSE 2

C7M          Em  Bm
I'm a county lineman
C7M              G      D
On the highline, on the highline
C7M           Em   Bm
So will be my grandson
C7M                  G      D
There are powerlines in our bloodlines

PRE-CHORUS

C7M              G       D     C7M   Em Bm
And if you don't love me let me go
C7M              G       D     C7M   Em Bm
And if you don't love me let me go

CHORUS

G          Bm                Em
And I am a writer, writer of fictions
         C                   G
I am the heart that you call home
                 Bm         Em
And I've written pages upon pages
          C               F E
Trying to rid you from my bones
   F E
My bones
My bones

BRIDGE

C7M   Em Bm C7M   G D
C7M   Em Bm C7M   G D

VERSE 3

C7M         Em Bm
I'm a money lender
C7M             G    D
I have fortunes upon fortunes
C7M              Em Bm
Take my hand for tender
C7M           G    D
I am tortured ever tortured

PRE-CHORUS

C7M              G       D     C7M   Em Bm
And if you don't love me let me go
C7M              G       D     C7M   Em Bm
And if you don't love me let me go

CHORUS

G          Bm                Em
And I am a writer, writer of fictions
         C                   G
I am the heart that you call home
                 Bm         Em
And I've written pages upon pages
          C               G
Trying to rid you from my bones

OUTRO

       Bm
I Am A writer
     Em                C     G
I am all that you have home, home
                 Bm         Em
And I've written pages upon pages
          C               F E
Trying to rid you from my bones
   F E
My bones
My bones
C7M               G       D
(And if you don't love me let me go)
C7M              G       D
And if you don't love me let me go
C7M               G       D
(And if you don't love me let me go)
C7M              G       D     C7M  
And if you don't love me let me go

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IX. On The Bus Mall

Originally tabbed by: wolfey89

INTRO

C7M    G x4

VERSE 1

  C7M  
In matching blue raincoats, our shoes were our showboats
   G
we kicked around
     C7M  
From stairway to station, we made a sensation
         G
with the gadabout crowd
    C7M  
And oh what a bargain, we're two easy targets
        G
For the old men at the off-tracks
       C7M  
Who've paid in palaver and crumpled old dollars
         G
Which we squirreled away
       Em                    Am        Asus2  Am
In our rat-trap hotel by the freeway
       C                 C7M  -C    G
And we slept in Sundays

VERSE 2

     C7M  
Your parents were anxious, your cool was contagious
       G
At the old school
    C7M  
You left without leaving a note for your grieving
      G
Sweet mother while your brother was so cruel
    C7M  
And here in the alleys your spirits were rallied
       G
As you learned quick to make a fast buck
   C7M  
In bathrooms and ballrooms, on dumpsters and heirlooms
   G
We bit our tongues
           Em                               Am
Sucked our lips into our lungs 'til we were falling
             C
Such was our calling

CHORUS

    Em          D         Am                  C
And here in our hollow we fused like a family
    Em         D         C
But I will not mourn for you
   Em           D          Am                     C
So take up your makeup and pocket your pills away
      Am                   Cm
We're kings among runaways
       G
On the bus mall
      Cm          G
We're down on the bus mall

C7M    G x8

VERSE 3

C7M  
Among all the urchins and old chinese merchants
       G
Of the old town
   C7M  
We reigned at the pool hall with one iron cue ball
       G
And we never let the bastards get us down
       C7M  
And we laughed off the quick tricks, the old men with limp dicks
       G
On the colonnades of the waterfront park
   C7M  
As four in the morning came on cold and boring
   G
We huddled close
       Em                 Am           Asus2   Am
In the bus stop enclosure enfolding
                  C        C7M  -C
Our hands tightly holding

CHORUS

    Em          D         Am                  C
But here in our hollow we fused like a family
    Em         D         C
But I will not mourn for you
   Em           D          Am                     C
So take up your makeup and pocket your pills away
      Am                   Cm
We're kings among runaways
       G
On the bus mall

OUTRO

      Cm          G
We're down on the bus mall
      Cm          G
We're down on the bus mall
Cm          G
Down on the bus mall
D C7M   G C7M   G
Ohhhh

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X. The Mariner's Revenge Song

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

INTRO

Am

VERSE 1

Am
We are two Mariners, our ship's sole survivors,
                    E
In this belly of a whale
E
It's ribs our ceiling beams, it's guts our carpeting,
                                 Am
I guess we have some time to kill
You may not remember me, I was a child of three,
                 E
And you a lad of eighteen

But I remember you, and I will relate to you,
                        Am
How our histories interweave

VERSE 2

F                                        Am
At the time you were a rake and a roustabout.
 F                                          E      F  E
Spending all your money on the whores and hounds. Oh-oh
Am                                                                               E
You had a charming air, all cheap and debonair,
My widowed mother found so sweet
Am
And so she took you in, her sheets still warm with him,
Now filled with filth and foul disease.

VERSE 3

F                                                Am
As time wore on you proved a debt-ridden drunken mess.
F                                     E      F  E
Leaving my mother a poor consumptive wretch. Oh-oh
Am
And then you disappeared.
                                                 E
Your gambling arrears, the only thing you left behind.
And then the magistrate, reclaimed our small estate,
                           Am
And my poor mother lost her mind.
F                                             Am
Then one day in spring my dear, sweet mother died.
F                                                E     F  E
But before she did I took her hand as she dying cried, Oh-oh,

CHORUS

 F
"Find him, bind him, tie him to a pole
              Am
And break his fingers to splinters,
                            F
Drag him to a hole until he wakes up, naked,
                             E      F  E
clawing at the ceiling of his grave, oh-oh."

VERSE 4

Am
It took me fifteen years to swallow all my tears,
                         E
Among the urchins in the street
And then a priory, took pity and hired me
                                Am
To keep their vestry nice and neat.
F                     Am             F
But never once in the employ of these holy men,
                                                  E         F  E
Did I ever once turn my mind  from the thought of revenge. Oh-oh.

VERSE 5

Am
One night I overheard, the prior exchanging words w
                                 E
With a penetant whaler from the sea
The captain of his ship, who matched you toe to tip,
                  Am
Was known for wanton cruelty.
F                                         Am
The following day I shipped to sea with a privateer.
                                              E     F  E
And in the whistle of the wind I could almost hear, oh-oh.

CHORUS

 F
"Find him, bind him, tie him to a pole
              Am
And break his fingers to splinters,
                            F
Drag him to a hole until he wakes up, naked,
                             E      F  E
Clawing at the ceiling of his grave, oh-oh."

BRIDGE

C                         G
There is one thing I must say to you,
C                      G
As you sail across the sea.
Am                            Em
Always your mother will watch over you,
  F                          E
As you avenge this wicked deed.
Am E F E

VERSE 6

Am
And then one fateful night,
                                               E
We had you in our sights, after 20 months at sea.
Your starboard flanked abeam, I was getting my muskets clean,
                             Am
When came this rumbling from beneath
F                             Am                  F
The ocean shook, the sky went black and the captain quailed.
                                            E                   F  E
And before us grew the angry jaws of a giant whale, oh-oh, oh, oh-oh

VERSE 7

Am
Don't know how I survived, the crew all was chewed alive,
                                   E
I must have slipped between its teeth.
But oh what providence, what divine intelligence,
                                Am
That you should survive as well as me.
F                                                      Am
It gives my heart great joy to see your eyes glow with fear.
 F                                                         E     F E
So lean in close and I will whisper the last words you'll hear, oh-oh

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XI. Or Angels and Angles

VERSE 1

A
There are angels
A
In your angles
B
There's a low moon caught in your tangles
A
There's a ticking
A
At the sill
B                                       A
There's a purr of a pigeon to break the still of day

CHORUS

A
As on we go drowning
C
Down we go away.
A
And darling
A
We go a-drowning
C                 A
Down we go away. Away

A, A, B, A

VERSE 2

A
There's a tough word
A
On your crossword
B
There's a bed bug nipping a finger
A
There's a swallow
A
There's a calm
B                                     A
There's a hand to lay on your open palm today

CHORUS

A
As on we go drowning
C
Down we go away.
A
And darling
A
We go a-drowning
C                 A
Down we go away, away

A, A, B, A

OUTRO

A
There are angels
A
In your angles
B
There's a low moon caught in your tangles...

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10. The Crane Wife

I. The Crane Wife 3

Tabbed originally by: Unregistered

INTRO

(D A G)x2

VERSE 1

D      A              G
And under the boughs unbound
D            A           G
All clothed in a snowy shroud
D          A            G
She had no heart so hardened
D      A              G
All under the boughs unbound

(D A G)x2

VERSE 2

D           A            G
Each feather it fell from skin
D           A         G
Till threadbare she grew thin
D              A         G
How where my eyes so blinded
D           A            G
Each feather it fell from skin

CHORUS

            D            A            G
And I will hang my head hang my head low
            D            A            G
And I will hang my head hang my head low

(D A G)x2

VERSE 3

D           A            G
The gray sky looked bitter stained
D           A            G
A rain cloud and crane on wing
D           A            G
All out beyond horizons oh
D         A      G
A gray sky a bitter stain

CHORUS

            D            A            G
(And I will hang my head hang my head low)x7

OUTRO

(D A G)x4

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II. The Island: Come and See/The Landlord's Daughter/You'll Feel Not the Drowning

INTRO

Em

VERSE 1

There's an island hidden in the sound
Lapping currents lay your boat aground
                    G
Affix your barb and bayonet
    A                   Bb
The curlews carve their arabesques
    Em
And sorrow fills the silence all around
Come and see

VERSE 2

There's a harbor lost within the reeds
A jetty caught in over-hanging trees
                 G
Among the bones of cormorants
   A        Bb
No boot-mark here nor fingerprint
    Em
The rivers roll down to a soundless sea
Come and see
         G G/F# Em
Come and see

CHORUS

              D        C
The tides all come and go witnessed by no waking eye
Em     D                C
The willows mark the wind
    Em     D   C
And all we know for sure amidst this fading light
Em    D               C
We'll not go home again
         B7    C
Come and see
         B7    C   D   Em
Come and see

VERSE 3

In the lowlands, nestled in the heath
A briar-cradle rocks its babe to sleep
                        G
Its contents watched by Sycorax
    A         Bb
And Patagon in parallax
  Em
A foretold rumbling sounds below the deep
Come and see
         G G/F# Em
Come and see

CHORUS

              D        C
The tides all come and go witnessed by no waking eye
Em     D                C
The willows mark the wind
Em         D        C
And all we know for sure amidst this fading light
Em    D               C
We'll not go home again
         B7    C
Come and see
         B7    C   D   Am
Come and see

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*The Landlords Daughter*

INTRO

Am D Am D Am D Am D

VERSE 1

Am                D Am              D
As I was a-ramble down by the water
Am            D Am                      D  Am D Am D
I spied in sable the landlord's daughter

VERSE 2

Am                 D  Am           D
I produced my pistol, then my saber
Am                   D  Am                       D
Said, "Make no whistle or thou will be murdered!"
CHORUS

Am D     Am D Am D Am D Am D Am D Am D
La-Ha-Ha      La-Ha

VERSE 3

Am                     D   Am                D
She cursed, she shivered, she cried for mercy
Am                D Am                      D
"My gold and silver if thou will release me!"

G Bb F G# Eb Bbm A

BRIDGE

Dm                  Bb    Dm              Bb
I'll take no gold, miss. I'll take no silver.
Dm                       Bb    Dm                Bb
But I'll take those sweet lips and thou will deliver!

CHORUS

Am D     Am D Am D Am D Am D Am D Am D
La-Ha-Ha      La-Ha

OUTRO

Dm C F G Am

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*You'll Feel Not the Drowning*

INTRO

Am Asus2

VERSE 1

Am   C
I will dress your eyelids
     Am    C
With dimes upon your eyes
Am       C
Lay you close to water
Am       C
Green your grave will rise

CHORUS

G
Go to sleep now, little ugly
Am
Go to sleep now, you little fool
G
Forty winking in the belfry
F     G
You'll not feel the drowning
F     G  G#+
You'll not feel the drowning

VERSE 2

Am           C
Forget you once had sweethearts
Am          C
They've forgotten you
Am         C
Think you not on parents
Am        C
They've forgotten too

CHORUS

G
Go to sleep now, little ugly
Am
Go to sleep now, you little fool
G
Forty winking in the belfry
F     G
You'll not feel the drowning
F     G  G#+
You'll not feel the drowning

VERSE 3/OUTRO

Am        C
Hear you now the captain
Am           C
Heave his sorrowed cry
Am           C
The weight upon your eyelids
Am                          C
Is dimes laid on your eyes

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III. Yankee Bayonet (I Will Be Home Then)

Originally tabbed by: Warpstarkirby

INTRO

C Am C Am

VERSE 1

C                        Am
Heart-carved tree trunk, Yankee bayonet
C                   Am
A sweetheart left behind
C                         Am
Far from the hills of the sea-swelled Carolinas
C               Am
That's where my true love lies

C              Am               C                  Am
Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah

VERSE 2

C                    Am
Look for me when the sun-bright swallow
C              Am
Sings upon the birch bough high
C                                  Am
But you are in the ground with the voles and the weevils
C                             Am
All a'chew upon your bones so dry

 C              Am               C                  Am
(Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah)x2

CHORUS

A            C7M  
But when the sun breaks
A          C7M        G
To no more bullets in Battle Creek
A             C7M  
Then will you make a grave
A             F
For I will be home then
          G
I will be home then
          F
I will be home then
          G
I will be home then, then


C Am C Am

VERSE 3

C                         Am
When I was a girl how the hills of Oconee
C                     Am
Made a seam to hem me in
C                          Am
There at the fair when our eyes caught, careless
       C                        Am
Got my heart right pierced by a pin

C              Am               C                  Am
Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah

VERSE 4

    C                       Am
But oh, did you see all the dead of Manassas
        C                             Am
All the bellies and the bones and the bile
    C                        Am
No, I lingered here with the blankets barren
       C                  Am
And my own belly big with child

 C              Am               C                  Am
(Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah) x2

CHORUS

A            C7M  
But when the sun breaks
A          C7M        G
To no more bullets in Battle Creek
A             C7M  
Then will you make a grave
A             F
For I will be home then
          G
I will be home then
          F
I will be home then
          G
I will be home then

BRIDGE

F                               G
Stems and bones and stone walls too
G
Could keep me from you
F                        Em
Skein of skin is all too few
G
To keep me from you

C Am C Am

VERSE 5

    C                      Am
But oh my love, though our bodies may be parted
           C                  Am
Though our skin may not touch skin
C                    Am
Look for me with the sun-bright sparrow
       C                         Am
I will come on the breath of the wind

 C              Am               C                  Am
(Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah Ah) x2

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IV. O Valencia!

Originally tabbed by: jebeebus

INTRO

(C C7M   G)x2

VERSE 1

      C C7M       G
You belong to the gang
        C C7M                G
And you say you can't break away
        C C7M        G          C C7M    G
But I'm here with my hands on my heart
    C C7M          G
Our families can't agree
         C C7M              G
I'm your brother's sworn enemy
         C C7M          G       C C7M    G
But I'll shout out my love to the stars

CHORUS

   Am           F             Dm           G
So wait for the stone on your window, your window
Am          F       Dm        G
Wait by the car and we'll go, we'll go

(C C7M   G)x2

VERSE 2

     C C7M         G
When first we laid eyes
  C C7M             G
I swore to no compromise
       C C7M      G         C C7M    G
'Til I felt my caress on your skin
          C C7M          G
Well, how soon we were betrayed
     C C7M           G
Your sister gave us away
         C C7M       G    C C7M    G
And your father came all unhinged

CHORUS

   Am           F             Dm           G
So wait for the stone on your window, your window
Am          F       Dm        G
Wait by the car and we'll go, we'll go
    C      Em       Am
But Oh, Valencia-ah-ah!
          F                       C
With your blood still warm on the ground
  Em        Am
Valencia-ah-ah!
      F
And I swear to the stars
     Dm                   G
I'll burn this whole city down, oh oh oh

(C C7M   G)x4

      C C7M       G
All I heard was a shout
        C C7M              G
Of your brother calling me out
        C C7M      G        C C7M    G
And you ran like a fool to my side
         C C7M        G
Well the shot, it hit hard
         C C7M                 G
And your frame went limp in my arms
        C C7M   G               C C7M    G
And the lull of love was your dying cry

CHORUS

   Am           F             Dm           G
So wait for the stone on your window, your window
Am          F       Dm        G
Wait by the car and we'll, go we'll go
    C     Em        Am
But Oh, Valencia-ah-ah!
          F                       C
With your blood still warm on the ground
  Em        Am
Valencia-ah-ah!
         F                    C
And I'll burn this whole city down

OUTRO

  Em        Am
Valencia-ah-ah!
          F                         C
With your blood gettin' cold on the ground
  Em        Am
Valencia-ah-ah!
      F
And I swear to the stars
     Dm                   G                C
I'll burn this whole city down, oh oh oh

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V. The Perfect Crime #2

INTRO

Em

VERSE 1

Sing muse of the passion of the pistol
Sing muse of the warning by the whistle
A night so dark in the waning
A dawn obscured by a slate sky raining

VERSE 2

Five and twenty burglars by the reservoir
A teenage lookout on the signal tower
The mogul's daughter in hogties
The mogul fingers the wrong guy

CHORUS

           C                       D
It was a perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect
C                     G                 Em
A perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect crime
           C                       D
It was a perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect
C                     G                 Em
A perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect crime

It was the perfect crime

VERSE 3

The bagman's quaking in the fingers
The hand off lends a little lingers
A well dressed man in the cross hairs
A shot rings out from somewhere upstairs

CHORUS
           C                       D
It was a perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect
C                     G                 Em
A perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect crime
           C                       D
It was a perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect
C                     G                 Em
A perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect crime


It was the perfect crime

BRIDGE

C                         B
   It was like a ticker-tape parade
            C                               B
   When the plastique on the safe was blown away
C                        B
   We all gazed from eye to eye
         C                       Em
   As we mouthed our silent good-byes

VERSE 4

The valley sleeping with the bastard
It stinks of slumber and disaster
Two words I spoke on the tap-wire
The agent's ploy was a surefire backfire

CHORUS

           C                       D
It was a perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect
C                     G                 Em
A perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect crime
           C                       D
It was a perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect
C                     G                 Em
A perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect crime

           C                  D
It was a perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect
     C                  G
A perfect A perfect A perfect A perfect
     C                  D
A perfect A perfect A perfect A perfect
     C                  G
A perfect A perfect A perfect A perfect
     C                  D
A perfect A perfect A perfect A perfect
     C                  G
A perfect A perfect A perfect A perfect
     C                  D
A perfect A perfect A perfect A perfect
     C                  G                Em
A perfect a perfect a perfect a perfect crime

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VI. When The War Came

INTRO

Bsus2

VERSE 1

With all the grain of Babylon
To cultivate, To make us strong
And hidden here behind the walls
Are shoulders wide and timber on
         Asus2
Till the war came
         Bsus2
Till the war came

VERSE 2

A terrible autonomy
Is grafted onto you and me
A trust put in the governments
Who told their lies as heaven sent
         Asus2
Till the war came
         Bsus2
Till the war came

CHORUS

        G               Asus2                 Bsus2
And the war came with a curse and a caterwaul
        G                     Asus2                 Bsus2
And the war came with all the poise of a cannonball
            G                 A     Em             G
And they're picking out our eyes by cold and candlelight
         G
When the war came
    Asus2           Bsus2
The war came hard

VERSE 3

We made our oaths to Avalon
We'd not betray the soul lain on
The acres of hysteracy
To our own pangs of starvation
          Asus2
When the war came
          Bsus2
When the war came

CHORUS

        G               Asus2                 Bsus2
And the war came with a curse and a caterwaul
        G                     Asus2                 Bsus2
And the war came with all the poise of a cannonball
            G                 A     Em             G
And they're picking out our eyes by cold and candlelight
         G
When the war came
    Asus2           Bsus2
The war came hard

OUTRO

With all the grain of Babylon
With all the grain of Babylon

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VII. Shankill Butchers

Originally tabbed by: hojoseph99

CAPO 4

INTRO

(Am Am/B  C  Am/B) x2

VERSE 1

    Am       Am/E         F
The shankill butchers run tonight
    E
You better shut your windows tight
        Am               Am/E               F
They're sharpening their cleavers and their knives
    E
And taking all their whiskey by the pint

CHORUS

              Am  Am/E     F
And everybody knows if you don't
G                  Am   Am/E
Mind your mother's words
  Am     Am/E      F   F/C
A wicked wind will blow
     G                 Am
Your ribbons from your curls
Am/E      Am    Am/E      F
Everybody moan, everybody shake
    E                             E/B (Am  Am/B Am/B) x2
The Shankill butchers wanna catch you awake


VERSE 2

     Am         Am/E             F
They used to be just like me and you
     E
They used to be sweet little boys
    Am             Am/E      F
But something went horribly askew
    E
Now killing is their only source of joy

CHORUS

              Am  Am/E     F
And everybody knows if you don't
G                  Am   Am/E
Mind your mother's words
  Am     Am/E      F   F/C
A wicked wind will blow
     G                 Am
Your ribbons from your curls
Am/E      Am    Am/E      F
Everybody moan, everybody shake
    E                             E/B (Am  Am/B Am/B) x2
The Shankill butchers wanna catch you awake


BRIDGE

(Am   Am/E   F   E)x2

VERSE 3

    Am       Am/E            F
The shankill butchers on the rise
    E
They're waiting until the dead of the night
        Am               Am/E               F
They're picking at their fingers with their knives
    E
And wiping off their cleavers on their thighs

CHORUS

              Am  Am/E     F
And everybody knows if you don't
G                  Am   Am/E
Mind your mother's words
  Am     Am/E      F   F/C
A wicked wind will blow
     G                 Am
Your ribbons from your curls
Am/E      Am    Am/E      F
Everybody moan, everybody shake

OUTRO

    E
The shankill butchers wanna catch you
    E
The shankill butchers wanna cut you
    E
The shankill butchers wanna catch you

Am Am/B  C  Am/B
Awake
Am Am/B  C  Am/B
Awake
Am Am/B  C  Am/B
Awake
Am
Awake

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VIII. Summersong

Originally tabbed by: tAKEAWAy

CAPO 4

INTRO

Am C Em G

VERSE 1

Am     C
Ramblin' where to begin
Em                         G
I taste the summer on your peppery skin
Am         C
Been saved the warmer the waves
Em                   G
I felt a slip into a watery grave

Am       C   Em     G
Oh ahhh  Ah ha haaaa
Am                C       Em G
A la di da di da  Ahhhhhhh

PRE-CHORUS

Am      C
My girl, linen and curls
Em                             G
Lips parting like a flag all unfurled
Am         C
She's grand the bend of her hand
Em                      G
Digging deep into the sweep of the sand
Am       C   Em     G
Oh ahhh  Ah ha haaaa
Am                C       Em G
A la di da di da  Ahhhhhhh

CHORUS

G      Am      Em                Am
Summer arrives with a length of lights
Em     Am     F
Summer blows away
C                G              Am   C Em G
And quietly gets swallowed by a wave
Am     C     Em       G
It gets swallowed by a wave

VERSE 2

Am         C
Waylay the din of the day
Em                   G
Boats bobbing in the blue of the bay
Am        C
In deep far beneath
Em                          G
All the dead sailors slowly slipping to sleep
Am       C   Em     G
Oh ahhh  Ah ha haaaa
Am                C       Em G
A la di da di da  Ahhhhhhh

PRE-CHORUS

Am      C
My girl, linen and curls
Em                             G
Lips parting like a flag all unfurled
Am         C
She's grand the bend of her hand
Em                      G
Digging deep into the sweep of the sand
Am       C   Em     G
Oh ahhh  Ah ha haaaa
Am                C       Em G
A la di da di da  Ahhhhhhh

CHORUS

G      Am      Em                Am
Summer arrives with a length of lights
Em     Am     F
Summer blows away
C                G              Am  C  Em G
And quietly gets swallowed by a wave
Am     C     Em       G    Am  C  Em  G
It gets swallowed by a wave
Am     C     Em       G    Am  C  Em  G
It gets swallowed by a wave
Am     C     Em       G    Am  C  Em  G
It gets swallowed by a wave

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IX. The Crane Wife 1&2

Crane Wife 1 tabbed by: Stormx
Crane Wife 2 tabbed by: heymrrain

INTRO

G

VERSE 1

It was a cold night
                 Em
And the snow lay low
I pulled my coat tight
                    C
Against the falling down
And the sun was all
                    G     Em
And the sun was all down
And the sun was all
                    C     G
And the sun was all down

VERSE 2

I am a poor man
                     Em
I haven't wealth nor fame
I have my two hands
                  C
And a house to my name
And the winter's so
                    G     Em
And the winter's so long
And the winter's so
                    C     D
And the winter's so long

CHORUS

And all the stars were crashing 'round
                           G
As I laid eyes on what I'd found

VERSE 3

It was a white crane
                  Em
It was a helpless thing
Upon a red stain
                  C
With an arrow its wing
And it called and cried
                        G     Em
And it called and cried so
And it called and cried
                        C     D
And it called and cried so

CHORUS

And all the stars were crashing 'round
                           G
As I laid eyes on what I'd found
                        Em    C
My crane wife, my crane wife
                        G
My crane wife, my crane wife

VERSE 4

Now I helped her
                  Em
And I dressed her wounds
And how I held her
                   C
Beneath the rising moon
And she stood to fly
                     G     Em
And she stood to fly away
And she stood to fly
                 C     D
She stood to fly away

CHORUS

And all the stars were crashing 'round
                           G
As I laid eyes on what I'd found
                        Em    C
My crane wife, my crane wife
                        G
My crane wife, my crane wife

G            Em              C              G
Da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da
G            Em              C              G
Da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da

D Bm D G D Bm D G D Bm D G D Bb D G D Bm D G D Bb D G

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*Crane Wife 2*

INTRO

D

VERSE 1

                 C          G           D
My crane wife arrived at my door in the moonlight
    C               G                      D
All star-bright and tongue tied I took her in

VERSE 2

D                   C          G             D
We were married and bells rang sweet for our wedding
        C           G                  D
And our bedding was ready when we fell in

CHORUS

Em                  A                       Em
Sound the keening bell and see it's painted red
             A                        G
Soft as fontanel, the feathers in the thread
                  A      C         G
When all I ever meant to do was to keep you
    D              G              D           C D
My crane wife, my crane wife, my crane wife

VERSE 3

                    C        G      D
We were poorly, our fortunes fading hourly
    C       G                           D
And how she vowed me she could bring it back

VERSE 4

D                        C        G             D
But I was greedy I was vain and I forced her to weaving
   C            G                     D
On cold loom in closed room with down wove

CHORUS

Em                  A                       Em
Sound the keening bell and see it's painted red
             A                        G
Soft as fontanel, the feathers in the thread
                  A      C         G
When all I ever meant to do was to keep you
    D              G              D           C D
My crane wife, my crane wife, my crane wife

OUTRO

Em                                F
There's a bend in the wind and it rakes at my heart
Em                                  F
There is blood in the thread and it rakes at my heart

G             C    G   C  G   C  G   C  G   C
Rakes at my heart, heart, heart, heart, heart

G C G C

G      C      G      C      G      C     G      C
Heart, heart, heart, heart, heart, heart, heart, heart

   D
My crane wife

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X. Sons And Daughters

INTRO: D G D G

VERSE 1/CHORUS

D                                 G
When we arrive, sons and daughters
D                            G
We'll make our homes on the water
D                       G
We'll build our walls aluminum
D                       G             D  G
We'll fill our mouths with cinnamon now

D G D G

VERSE 2

D                           G
These currents pull us 'cross the border
D                        G
Steady your boats, arms to shoulder
 D                       G
'till tides are pulled, hold our grounds
D                      G      D       G
Making this cold harbor now home

D G

VERSE 3

D                            G
Take up your arms, sons and daughters
 D                     G
We will arise from the bunkers
D                 G
By land, by sea, by dirigible
D                      G           D   G
We'll leave our tracks untraceable now

BRIDGE

D G D G D G D G D G

CHORUS

D                                 G
When we arrive, sons and daughters
D                            G
We'll make our homes on the water
D                       G
We'll build our walls aluminum
D              G                     D  G
We'll fill our mouths with cinnamon now

D G

CHORUS

D                                 G
When we arrive, sons and daughters
D                            G
We'll make our homes on the water
D                       G
We'll build our walls aluminum
D              G                     D  G
We'll fill our mouths with cinnamon now

D G D G

CHORUS

D                                 G
When we arrive, sons and daughters
D                            G
We'll make our homes on the water
D                       G
We'll build our walls aluminum
D              G                     D  G
We'll fill our mouths with cinnamon now

D G D G

CHORUS

D                                 G
When we arrive, sons and daughters
D                            G
We'll make our homes on the water
D                       G
We'll build our walls aluminum
D              G                     D  G
We'll fill our mouths with cinnamon now

D G D G D G D G

OUTRO

 D                G
(Here all the bombs fade away) X 20

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BONUS TRACKS

XI. After the Bombs

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

INTRO

D B G

VERSE 1

D         Bm       G
After the bombs subside
D                       Bm
And this long, low campaign
    G
Calls it good for the night
D              Bb
We meet in the streets
Bm               A           G
Will we meet in a bar's cold light?
D               Bm
We grip at our hands
 G
We hold just a little tight
G Fm       Em
After the bombs
          A       D
After the bombs subside

VERSE 2
D             Bm       G
And after the rockets come
D                    Bm
And the glimmer of fire
     G
Pretends an early dawn
D                Bb
We pinch at our skin
Bm                    A           G
While we wonder how we escaped harm
D                     Bm
We forget all our trials
G
All there in our baby's arms
G Fm         Em
After the rockets
E         A       D
After the rockets come

CHORUS

D            G        D
Then we'll go dancing
D         G         D
Won't we go dancing?
D        G    Fm   Em
Yes, we'll go dancing
     A                    D
Until it all starts over again

D Bm G D Bm G D Bb Bm A G D Bm G Fm Em A D

CHORUS

D            G        D
Then we'll go dancing
D         G         D
Yes, we'll go dancing
D       G    Fm   Em
Won't we go dancing
     A                    D
Until it all starts over again

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XII. Culling of the Fold

Originally tabbed by: Henner

VERSE 1

C         Em
Cut him up boy
              C         Em
You've got to cut him up boy
C
He's a wicked disgrace
Em
And he said it to your face
           C         Em
You better cut him up boy

VERSE 2

Em
Take him by the teeth
Em
Get him down on his knees
F#°
With your hands all shaking
C
That'll teach him how to take it
      Em         C
Gotta cut him up boy
Em
And how

CHORUS

                   Am
Ply her heart with gold and silver
Em                       Am
And take your sweetheart down to the river
Em              F#°
Dash her on the paving stones
C
It may break your heart
B
To break her bones
Am                  C      B              Em
But someones got to do, the culling of the fold

VERSE 3

C         Em
Cut him up girl
       C         Em
Really cut him up girl
C                       Em
He lives by himself in a hole in a wall,
             C         Em
You've gotta cut him up girl

VERSE 4

Em
You can take him in a stitch
Em
Dump his body in a ditch
F#°
Leave his limbs all naked
C
That'll teach him how to take it
       Em         C
Better cut him up girl
Em
And how

CHORUS

                   Am
Ply her heart with gold and silver
Em                       Am
And take your sweetheart down to the river
Em              F#dim
Dash her on the paving stones
C
It may break your heart
B
To break her bones
Am                  C      B              Em
But someones got to do, the culling of the fold

BRIDGE

C        Em
Listen up boy
C            Em
And listen up girl
C
It's a shallow little trench
Em
And it's giving off a stench
       C             Em
It's a shallow little world
Em
Feeling down in the face
Em
Could you use a little space
Dim
When the radio crackles
C
And the in-laws cackle
           Em         C
You better cut him up boy
               Em
And cut him up girl

CHORUS

                   Am
Ply her heart with gold and silver
Em                       Am
And take your sweetheart down to the river
Em              F#dim
Dash her on the paving stones
C
It may break your heart
B
To break her bones
Am                  C      B              Em
But someones got to do, the culling of the fold

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XIII. The Perfect Crime #1

VERSE 1

N.C.
2...3...4!

I got a gun, I got a girl
I got a bullet-proof plan to pull
              A
The perfect crime
                      D
I got the perfect crime

VERSE 2

I got a warehouse down at the docks
I got fifteen precincts of cops bought
              A
The perfect crime
                   D
I got the perfect crime

CHORUS

G
You got to get your clock locked
                          D
Get your stopwatch synchronized
             G                                         D
You got to get it so you can't put a pin through your alibi
                  A
To pull the perfect crime
                          D
To pull the perfect crime

                                          A  D
Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba  ba ba ba ba ba ba


VERSE 3

D
I got a guy bought on the inside
I got a night guard gagged and hog-tied
           A
The perfect crime
                          D
This is the perfect crime

VERSE 4

I got a brain, I got a brawn
I got all the proper papers for the gendarmes
              A
The perfect crime
                        D
C'est ç the perfect crime

CHORUS

G
I got the mob boss bought
                         D
I got a letter from the DEA
             G
I got a mock-up of the lockup
                                       D
Where they stock up on their pocket change
                       A
To pull the perfect crime
                         D
This is the perfect crime

                                          A  D
Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba  ba ba ba ba ba ba

                                          A  D
Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba  ba ba ba ba ba ba

(D over solo)

VERSE 5

D
We hit a snag when we tripped the alarm
                                                       A
Because the dock side spics had been tipped off in time
                     D
To this perfect crime

VERSE 6

Called out the dogs, called out the cops
I caught the deputy ops
                              A
In a cold cock.  I will do time
                      D
For this perfect crime
 G                                                      D
So we ran around town with the cops snapping on our tails
G                                                            D
Because we'd rather brave death then a fist-fuck in county jail
                         A
Just for the perfect crime
For the perfect crime
                        D
This is the perfect crime
                                          A               D
Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba  ba ba ba ba ba ba
                                          A               D
Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba  ba ba ba ba ba ba

D over long outro

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XIV. The Day I Knew You Wouldn't Ever Come Back

INTRO

Bm

VERSE 1

Bm
The day I knew you'd not come back
Am                              Bm
I built this castle out of glass

CHORUS

But I could never understand
                         Am
Where the windows and walls began and end
Bm
No, I could never understand
                         Am
Where the windows and walls began and end

Am and Bm over long solo

VERSE 2

Bm
I built this colonnade of sand
                        Am
Stretched out like fingers from my hand

CHORUS

              Bm
But with the waves coming in
                 Am
In the morning I had to build again
              Bm
But with the waves coming in
                 Am
In the morning I had to build again

Am and Bm over long outro

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XV. Hurdles Even Here

INTRO

C#m E F#m A

VERSE 1

C#m                       E
    So it started in your ovaries
  F#m
A stone, A seedling
    A       C#m
Our bones entwined
                   E
A warning from the orderlies
  F#m
A bulge for bleeding
           A        C#m
This would take its time
      E
Oh oh oh oh
      F#m   A
Ah ah ahhhh

VERSE 2
C#m                       E
So it all went down the telephone
  F#m
And saw me clearly
    A       C#m
All of nine years old
                   E
Calmly cast in Styrofoam
  F#m
In my Tony Lamas
           A        C#m
When the shock takes hold
      E
Oh oh oh oh
      F#m   A
Ah ah ahhhh

CHORUS

A               C#m
  Mom there are hurdles here
       Dmaj9          A
that I cannot seem to clear
              C#m
Dad there are demons round
G#
    I know I said that I

I said I'd be alright
  A      E      A      B5 C5 C#m
I lied I lied I lied I liiiiiiiiied
E F#m A

VERSE 3

C#m                       E
So fix your brood and belly now
  F#m
Get your fingers ringing
    A       C#m
Get your lungs unstayed
                   E
It'll eat you from the inside out
  F#m
Till it comes out screaming
           A        C#m
Till it all falls away
      E
Oh oh oh oh
      F#m   A
Ah ah ahhhh

CHORUS

A               C#m
  Dad there are hurdles here
       Dmaj9          A
that I cannot seem to clear
              C#m
Mom there are demons round
G#
    I know I said that I

I said I'd be alright
  A      E      A      B5 C5 C#m
I lied I lied I lied I liiiiiiiiied
E F#m A

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11. The Hazards Of Love

I. Prelude
I am tabbing this song from 1:37 onward because before that it is just one or two
notes. The note before that is D played in different octaves.

Synthesizer (1:34-2:28)                    Viola(2:29-End)
e|--0-1-6-5-4-0---1-6-7-5-0---0--|   e|17-16-12-13-10-12-13-10-12-9-10--|
B|3-------------3-----------3---2|   B|---------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------|   G|---------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------|   D|---------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------|   A|--------------------------------4|
D|-------------------------------|   D|---------------------------------|

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II. The Hazards of Love 1(The Prettiest Whistles Won't Wrestle the Thistles Undone)

Originally Tabbed by: Cassaroll168

DROP D

VERSE 1

D                                    G      F      D
My true love went riding out in white and green grey
                                         G      F          D
Past the pale of Arthur's wall, where she was wont to stray
    G         F      D         G        F       D
And there she came upon a white and wounded fawn

CHORUS

       F  Em   F     D          G
Singing Oh oh, the hazards of love

VERSE 2

D                            G      F         D
She being full of charity, a credit to her sex
                                          G         F           D
Sought to right the fawn's hind leg, when here her plans were vexed
   G          F         D         G F         D
The Taiga shifted strange, the beast began to change

CHORUS

       F  Em   F     D          G
Singing Oh oh, the hazards of love
       F  Em   F     D          G
Singing Oh oh, the hazards of love
F                    D
You'll learn soon enough
    F         D              F           D         G     D
The prettiest whistles won't wrestle the thistles undone, undone

VERSE 3
                                  G  F       D
Fifteen lissome maidens lay, along in their bower
                                 G     F     D
Fourteen occupations paid, to pass the idle hour
G          F       D     G              F           D
Margaret heaves a sigh, her hands clasped to her thighs

CHORUS

       F  Em   F     D          G
Singing Oh oh, the hazards of love
       F  Em   F     D          G
Singing Oh oh, the hazards of love
F                    D
You'll learn soon enough
    F         D              F           D         G     D
The prettiest whistles won't wrestle the thistles undone, undone

Undone, undone, undone

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III. A Bower Scene

Originally tabbed by: DonTago

In all of the places I have the riff, you can just play the D chord. The D* is where you 
cannot play the riff.

INTRO

D   e|--5---3---0-------5---7---8---7|
    B|--------------3----------------|
    G|5---5---5---5---5---7---7---7--|

VERSE 1

F                           G             D OR e|--5---3---0----|
Thou inconsolable daughter said the sister     B|--------------3|
                                               G|5---5---5---5--|

F                           G               D OR e|--5---3---0----|
When wilt thou trouble the water in the cistern  B|--------------3|
                                                 G|5---5---5---5--|

Bb                           C             D* F D* G D* F D* G
And what irascible black Bart is the father
e|--5---3---0----|
B|--------------3|
G|5---5---5---5--|

VERSE 2

F                           G               D OR  e|--5---3---0----|
And when young Margret's waistline grew wider     B|--------------3|
                                                  G|5---5---5---5--|

F                           G               D OR  e|--5---3---0----|
The fruit of her amorous entwine inside her       B|--------------3|
                                                  G|5---5---5---5--|
Bb                          C
And so our heroine withdraws to the Taiga
D* F D* G D* F D* G D* F D* G D* F D* G

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IV. Won't Want for Love (Margaret in the Taiga)

Originally tabbed by: DonTago

DROP D

INTRO

D|--------------------0-3-0-----------------------0-3-0----|
A|------0-3-0--------------h3p------0-3-0--------------h3p-|
D|0-0-0------h3p0-0-0---------0-0-0------h3p0-0-0---------0|

e|--------------0-------------------0----|
B|------1-1-3-3---3-1-------1-1-3-3---3-1|
G|2-4-4---------------2-4-4--------------|

VERSE 1

D                              F             G
Gentle leaves, gentle leaves, please array a path for me
F               G                           D
The wood's all growing thick and fast around  G|2-4-4-5|
D                     F                 G
Columbine, columbine, please alert this love of mine

F                G                   D
Let him know his Margret comes along    e|--------------0---|
                                        B|------1-1-3-3--3-1|
                                        G|2-4-4-------------|

CHORUS

F            G          F       G            F        G       D
And all this stirring inside my belly won't quell my want for love G|2-4-4-5|
    F       G        F         G           F       G          D
And I may swoon from all this swelling but I won't want for love

e|--------------0-------------------0----|
B|------1-1-3-3---3-1-------1-1-3-3---3-1|
G|2-4-4---------------2-4-4--------------|

VERSE 2

D                             F                     G
Mistle Thrush, Mistle Thrush, lay me down in the underbrush
F                  G                D
My naked feet grow weary with the dusk G|2-4-4-5|
D                             F             G
Willow boughs, willow boughs, make a bed to lay me down
F                 G               D
Let your branches bow to cradle us      e|--------------0---|
                                        B|------1-1-3-3--3-1|
                                        G|2-4-4-------------|

CHORUS

F            G          F       G            F        G       D
And all this stirring inside my belly won't quell my want for love G|2-4-4-5|
    F       G        F         G           F       G          D
And I may swoon from all this swelling but I won't want for love
e|--------------0-------------------0----|
B|------1-1-3-3---3-1-------1-1-3-3---3-1|
G|2-4-4---------------2-4-4--------------|

F               F                   F
Oh my own true love, oh my own true love   B|5-5-5-3-3-3-1-1-1|
F                F                     F
Can you hear me love? Can you hear me love B|5-5-5-3-3-3-1-1-1----------|
                                           G|------------------4-4-4-4\2|

BRIDGE

D|--------------------0-3-0-----------------------0-3-0----|
A|------0-3-0--------------h3p------0-3-0--------------h3p-|
D|0-0-0------h3p0-0-0---------0-0-0------h3p0-0-0---------0|

e|--------------0----|
B|------1-1-3-3---3-1|
G|2-4-4--------------|

CHORUS

F            G          F       G            F        G       D
And all this stirring inside my belly won't quell my want for love G|2-4-4-5|
    F       G        F         G           F       G          D
And I may swoon from all this swelling but I won't want for love

OUTRO

      Won't   want for love Won't
e|--------------0-------------------0----|
B|------1-1-3-3---3-1-------1-1-3-3---3-1|
G|2-4-4---------------2-4-4--------------|
 want for love Won't  want for love
e|--------------0-------------------0----|
B|------1-1-3-3---3-1-------1-1-3-3---3-1|
G|2-4-4---------------2-4-4--------------|

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V. The Hazards of Love 2 (Wager All)

Drop D

VERSE 1

           D  D/C#  D
And here I am,     softer than a shower
             D/C# D
And here I am,    to garland you with flowers

PRE-CHORUS

   C          G                D
To lay you down, in clover bed
     C         G                D
The stars a roof above our heads

VERSE 2

              D/C# D
And all my life,   I never felt a tremor
               D/C# D
And all my life,    that now disturbs my fingers

PRE-CHORUS

    C          G             D
To lay you down, in clover bed
     C          G               D
The stars a roof above our heads

CHORUS

     C     G                            D
And we'll lie 'till the Corn Crake crows
   C          G                           D D/C#
Bereft of the weight of our summer clothes
     Bm  A    G  Em                   D G                  D
And I'd wager all, the hazards of love,  the hazards of love

C G D C G D D/C#

VERSE 3

                D/C#  D
And take my hand     and cradle it in your hand
                D/C#  D
And take my hand     to feel the pull of quicksand

PRE-CHORUS

   C          G                D
To lay you down, in clover bed
     C         G                D
The stars a roof above our heads

CHORUS

     C     G                            D
And we'll lie 'till the Corn Crake crows
   C          G                           D D/C#
Bereft of the weight of our summer clothes
     Bm  A    G  Em                   D G                  D
And I'd wager all, the hazards of love,  the hazards of love
G                  D G                 D
The hazards of love, the hazards of love, oh

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VI. The Queen's Approach

Originally tabbed by: monoxianx

DROP D

e|---------1-----------5-1-----------1--------------------|
B|----3------3-----3-------3-----3-----3-------1---------3|
G|------2------------2-------------2-----2---2---2-----4--|
D|--0------------0-------------0-----------3-------3/5----|
A|--------------------------------------------------------|
D|0------------0-------------0----------------------------|

e|---------1-----------5-1-----------1--------------------|
B|----3------3-----3-------3-----3-----3-------1---------3|
G|------2------------2-------------2-----2---2---2-----4--|
D|--0------------0-------------0-----------3-------3/5----|
A|--------------------------------------------------------|
D|0------------0-------------0----------------------------|

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VII. Isn't it a Lovely Night?

DROP D

INTRO

A|2-4-4-4-4-5-2-2-4-4-4-4-5-2-2-4-4-4-4-5-2-2-4|


G|----------0-4-0-4-2-0---2-0-----0--------------------------|
D|----0-2-4-------------4-----4-2---4-2-0---0----------------|
A|2-4-------------------------------------4---2-2-4-4-4-4-5-2|

G|----------0-4-0-4-2-0---2-0-----0--------------------------|
D|----0-2-4-------------4-----4-2---4-2-0---0----------------|
A|2-4-------------------------------------4---2-2-4-4-4-4-5-2|

VERSE 1

  Is-n't it a lov-ely night?
G|-----------------0----4|
D|-------0--2--4---------|
A|2-4--------------------|

------------------------------------------------------------------------------|  And so 
a-live with fi-re-flies pro-vi-ding us their ho-ly light
G|0---4--2---0-------2---0------------0---------------------------------------|
D|---------------4-----------4----2-------4---2--0--------0-------------------|
A|-----------------------------------------------------4-----2-2-4-4-4-4-5-2--|

  And here we made our bed of boughs
G|--------------------------0----4|
D|-------------0----2---4---------|
A|2--------4----------------------|

And this-tle down that we had found to lay up-on the de-wy ground.
G|0---4--2----0--------2---0------------0-----------------------------------|
D|-----------------4-----------4----2-------4--2--0--------0----------------|
A|-----------------------------------------------------4-----2-2-4-4-4-4-5-2|

CHORUS

                             D  D7                        Em
And is-n't it a love-ly way        We got in from our play
G|-------------------0----2|
D|---------0--2--4---------|
A|---2--4------------------|
A           G  A                 G
Isn't it babe? A sweet little baby
A|2-4-4-4-4-5-2|

VERSE 2

And was-n't it a love-ly breeze
G|---------------------0----4|
D|----------0--2---4---------|
A|---2--4--------------------|

That swept the leaves of ar-bor eaves and bent to brush our blush-ing knees
G|0---4------2----0------2---0--------------0----------------------------|
D|---------------------4-----------4----2-------4---2----0--------0------|
A|------------------------------------------------------------4---------2|

A|2-4-4-4-4-5-2|

And here we died our lit-tle deaths
G|------------------------0----4|
D|------------0---2---4---------|
A|---2---4----------------------|

 And we were left to catch our breath so swift-ly lift-ing from our chests
G|0---4--2----0--------2----0--------------0----------------------------|
D|-----------------4--------------4----2-------4---2----0--------0------|
A|-----------------------------------------------------------4---------2|

A|2-4-4-4-4-5-2|

CHORUS

                             D  D7                        Em
And is-n't it a love-ly way        We got in from our play
G|-------------------0----2|
D|---------0--2--4---------|
A|---2--4------------------|
A           G  A                 G
Isn't it babe? A sweet little baby  A|2-4-4-4-4-5-2|

G|----------0-4-0-4-2-0---2-0-----0--------------------------|
D|----0-2-4-------------4-----4-2---4-2-0---0----------------|
A|2-4-------------------------------------4---2-2-4-4-4-4-5-2|

G|----------0-4-0-4-2-0---2-0-----0--------------------------|
D|----0-2-4-------------4-----4-2---4-2-0---0----------------|
A|2-4-------------------------------------4---2-2-4-4-4-4-5-2|
D|-----------------------------------------------------------|

G|----------0-1|  D  D7 Em A G A G
D|----0-2-4----|
A|2-4----------|

G|----------0-4|
D|----0-2-4----|
A|2-4----------|

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VIII. The Wanting Comes in Waves

INTRO

e|--0-1-3-5-6-5-------0-1-3-5-6-5------0-1-3-5-6-5---0-0-0-1-0---0|
B|3-------------3-5-3------------3-5-3-------------3-----------3--|

Bb

VERSE 1

  Mo-ther I can hear your foot-fall, now
e|----0---1--3---5----6----5-----------|
B|3-----------------------------3-----5|

  Soft dis-tur-bance in the dead fall
e|------0---1---3-----5--6---5------|
B|3--------------------------------3|

  How it pro-ceeds you like a black smoke pall
e|--------0----1----3----5--6---5------------|
B|5---3-------------------------------3-----5|

                               Bb
  Still the wan-ting comes in waves
e|--0----0---1----0---------0|
B|---------------------3-----|

  And you de-liv-ered me from dan-ger
e|--------0---1----3--5----6----5---|
B|-----3---------------------------3|

  Then pulled my cra-dle from the ree-dy glen,
e|------------0---1---3---5----6----5-------|
B|5-------3----------------------------3---5|

  Swore to save me from the world of men,
e|------0---1---3---5----6---5---------|
B|--3-----------------------------3---5|

                                Bb
  Still the wan-ting comes in waves,
e|--0----0---1---0----------0|
B|--------------------3------|

CHORUS

In waves
F        Am  Bb
And waves Oooooh
F                           Bb  Am Bb
And the wanting comes in waves Oooooh
F                           Bb Am Bb
And the wanting comes in waves Oooooh
Gm
And I want this night
Bbm
And I want this night
N.C.
Oh

VERSE 2

G                 D               C
Ohh I made you, I wrought you, I pulled you
G                            D         C
From war I labored you, from cancer I harbored you
      G
And now
Bb                C
This is how I am repaid
Bb                C
This is how I am repaid
G
Remember, when I found you
      D            C
The miseries that hounded you
    G
And I gave you motion
  D                C
Anointed you with lotion

CHORUS

      G
And now
Bb                C
This is how I am repaid
Bb                C
This is how I am repaid

VERSE 3

  Mo-ther, hear this pro-pos-it-ion, right
e|----0-----1----3---5----6---5-----------|
B|3------------------------------3-------5|

  Grant me free-dom to en-joy this night
e|-------0---1---3---5-6---5-----------|
B|3-----------------------------3-----5|
 And I'll re-turn to you at break of light
e|---------0---1---3--5--6----5-----------|
B|----3----------------------------3-----5|
                                Bb
  Still the wan-ting comes in waves,
e|--0----0---1---0----------0|
B|--------------------3------|

CHORUS

In waves
F        Am  Bb
And waves Oooooh
F                           Bb  Am Bb
And the wanting comes in waves Oooooh
F                           Bb Am Bb
And the wanting comes in waves Oooooh
Gm
And you owe me life
Bbm
And you owe me life
N.C.
Oh

VERSE 4

    G                   D         C
And if I grant you this favor, to hand you
     G                           D         C
Your life for the evening I will retake by morning

CHORUS
    G
And so
D                C      G
Consider it your debt repaid
D                C      G
Consider it your debt repaid
D  C G
Repaid
D  C G
Repaid

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IX. An Interlude

DROP D

Originally tabbed by: Stormx

D:|----4-2-----5-4-----2h4-----4-2-----5-4-----2h4|
A:|--0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0----|
D:|0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0------|

D:|----4-2-----5-4-----2h4-----4-2-----5-4-----2h4|
A:|--0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0----|
D:|0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0------|

G:|----4-----4-------------------------------------------|
D:|--4-----4-----0-----0-----0-5-0-------0-----0-4h5-----|
A:|2-----2-----0-----5---4h5-------5---5---4h5-------5-0-|
D:|----------------5-----------------5-------------------|

D:|----4-2-----5-4-----2h4-----4-2-----5-4-----2h4|
A:|--0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0----|
D:|0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0------|

D:|----4-2-----5-4-----2h4-----4-2-----5-4-----2h4|
A:|--0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0----|
D:|0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0------|

G:|----4-----4-------------------------------------------|
D:|--4-----4-----0-----0-----0-5-0-------0-----0-4h5-----|
A:|2-----2-----0-----5---4h5-------5---5---4h5-------5-0-|
D:|----------------5-----------------5-------------------|

D:|----4-2-----5-4-----2h4-----4-2-----5-4-----2h4|
A:|--0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0----|
D:|0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0------|

D:|----4-2-----5-4-----2h4-----4-2-----5-4-----2h4|
A:|--0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0----|
D:|0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0------|

G:|----4-----4---|-------------2-----------------------|
D:|--4-----4-----0-----0-----0---0-------0-----0-4h5-0-|
A:|2-----2-----0-|---5---4h5-------5---5---4h5---------|
D:|--------------|-5-----------------5-----------------|

G:|---------------2-------------------------0-|
D:|-------0-----0---0-------0-----0-4h5-0---0-|
A:|-5---5---4h5-------5---5---4h5---------5-5-|
D:|---5-----------------5-------------------5-|

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X. The Rake's Song

Adapted from the tab by: Sandlas Juagas

NORMAL TUNING

INTRO

 (G  Em) x4

VERSE 1

G     Em      G      Em
I had entered into a marriage
G      Em           G            Em
In the summer of my twenty-first year
G       Em         G       Em
And the bells rang for our wedding
G    Em       G           Em
Only now do I remember it clear

CHORUS

  Am       C
Alright, alright, alright

(G  Em) x2

VERSE 2

G         Em       G         Em
No more a rake and no more a bachelor
G     Em            G          Em
I was wedded and it whetted my thirst
G         Em         G            Em
Until her womb start spilling out babies
G         Em    G         Em
Only then did I reckon my curse

CHORUS

  Am       C             G  Em  G  Em
Alright, alright, alright
  Am       C
Alright, alright, alright

(G  Em) x4

VERSE 3

G          Em              G               Em
First came Isaiah with his crinkled little fingers
G         Em                 G             Em
Then came Charlotte and that wretched girl Dawn
G       Em   G          Em
Ugly Myfanwy died on delivery
G          Em         G      Em
Mercifully taking her mother along

CHORUS

  Am        C
Alright, alright, alright

(G  Em) x2

VERSE 4

G            Em      G       Em
What can one do when one is widower
G           Em           G           Em
Shamefully saddled with three little pests
G          Em              G          Em
All that I wanted was the freedom of a new life
So my burden I began to divest

CHORUS

  Am       C             G  Em  G  Em
Alright, alright, alright
  Am       C
Alright, alright, alright

VERSE 5

G           Em           G           Em
Charlotte I buried after feeding her foxglove
G        Em             G             Em
Dawn was easy, she was drowned in the bath
G      Em             G      Em
Isaiah fought but was easily bested
G          Em       G            Em
Burned his body for incurring my wrath

CHORUS

  Am       C
Alright, alright, alright

(G E)x2

VERSE 6

G                Em           G      Em
And that's how I became your humble narrator
G     Em         G       Em
To be living so easy and free
G                Em        G          Em
Expect that you think that I should be haunted
G      Em           G       Em
But it never really bothers me

CHORUS

   Am       C             G  Em  G  Em
Alright, alright, alright
  Am       C
Alright, alright, alright

G Em G Em Em Em

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XI. The Abduction of Margaret

DROP D

In all of the places I have the riff, you can just play the D chord. The D* is where you 
cannot play the riff.

INTRO

    e|--5---3---0-------5---7---8---7|
    B|--------------3----------------|
    G|5---5---5---5---5---7---7---7--|

VERSE 1

 F                                  G            D OR e|--5---3---0------|
And all the while whispering arbors provide cover    B|--------------3---|
                                                     G|5---5---5---5-----|

F                           G             D OR  e|--5---3---0----|
What previous witness ardors of our lovers      B|--------------3|
                                                G|5---5---5---5--|

Bb                            C             D* F D* G D* F D* G
Our heroine here falls prey to her abductor
    e|--5---3---0-------5---7---8---7|
    B|--------------3----------------|
    G|5---5---5---5---5---7---7---7--|

VERSE 2

F                           G                      D OR  e|--5---3---0----|
All a'gallop with Margaret slung rude cross withers      B|--------------3|
                                                         G|5---5---5---5--|

F                           G                D OR  e|--5---3---0----|
Having clamped her innocent fingers in fetters     B|--------------3|
                                                   G|5---5---5---5--|
Bb                                 C
Our villain must calculate crossing the wild river

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XII.The Queen's Rebuke/The Crossing

Adapted from tab by: Stormx

INTRO

(D F D G)x4

VERSE 1

D  F  D     G        D                 F
Iiiii'mmmmmm made of bones of the branches,
D                    G                D F D G
The boughs, and the brow-beating light
        D            F             D               G      D F D G
Oh, my feet are the trunks and my head is the canopy high
        D          F          D              G                F
And my fingers extend to the leaves and the eaves and the bright
          G           F
Brightest shine, it's my shine

(D F D G)x2

VERSE 2

    D F D G        D      F       D            G              D F D G
And heeeeee was a baby, abandoned entombed in a cradle of clay
     D          F             D         G           D F D G
And I was the soul that took pity and stole him away
     D            F         D         G          F
And gave him the form of a fawn to inhabit by day
          G         F
Brightest day, it's my day

(D F D G)x6

VERSE 3

     D F D G        D            F                  D          G
And yoooouuuu have removed this temptation that's troubled my innocent child

D G D F

      D         F            D          G        D     F D G
To abduct and abuse and to render her rift and defiled
         D         F            D           G            F
But the river is deep to the banks and the water is wild
           G       F
But I will fly you to the far side

(D F D G) x4


B:|---------6--------------------6--------------------6-----------|
G:|---7p5-----7------------7p5-----7------------7p5-----7---------|
D:|-0-----7------3-5-3-5-0-----7------3-5-3-5-0-----7------3-5-3-5|
A:|-0------------3-5-3-5-0------------3-5-3-5-0------------3-5-3-5|
D:|-0------------3-5-3-5-0------------3-5-3-5-0------------3-5-3-5|

E:|------------------------------------8-|
B:|----------------------------------5---|
G:|------------5-------------5h7-5h7-----|
D:|-7----7p5-----7~--7-7p5---------------|
A:|-7--------7-------------7-------------|
D:|-7------------------------------------|

E:|------------------------------------8-|
B:|----------------------------------5---|
G:|------------5-------------5h7-5h7-----|
D:|-7----7p5-----7~--7-7p5---------------|
A:|-7--------7-------------7-------------|
D:|-7------------------------------------|

B:|---------6--------------------6--------------------6-----------|
G:|---7p5-----7------------7p5-----7------------7p5-----7---------|
D:|-0-----7------3-5-3-5-0-----7------3-5-3-5-0-----7------3-5-3-5|
A:|-0------------3-5-3-5-0------------3-5-3-5-0------------3-5-3-5|
D:|-0------------3-5-3-5-0------------3-5-3-5-0------------3-5-3-5|

E:|------------------------------------8-|
B:|----------------------------------5---|
G:|------------5-------------5h7-5h7-----|
D:|-7----7p5-----7~--7-7p5---------------|
A:|-7--------7-------------7-------------|
D:|-7------------------------------------|

E:|------------------------------------8-|
B:|----------------------------------5---|
G:|------------5-------------5h7-5h7-----|
D:|-7----7p5-----7~--7-7p5---------------|
A:|-7--------7-------------7-------------|
D:|-7------------------------------------|

(D F D G) x3

E:|------------------------------------8-|
B:|----------------------------------5---|
G:|------------5-------------5h7-5h7-----|
D:|-7----7p5-----7~--7-7p5---------------|
A:|-7--------7-------------7-------------|
D:|-7------------------------------------|

E:|------------------------------------8-|
B:|----------------------------------5---|
G:|------------5-------------5h7-5h7-----|
D:|-7----7p5-----7~--7-7p5---------------|
A:|-7--------7-------------7-------------|
D:|-7------------------------------------|

B:|---------6--------------------6--------------------6-----------|
G:|---7p5-----7------------7p5-----7------------7p5-----7---------|
D:|-0-----7------3-5-3-5-0-----7------3-5-3-5-0-----7------3-5-3-5|
A:|-0------------3-5-3-5-0------------3-5-3-5-0------------3-5-3-5|
D:|-0------------3-5-3-5-0------------3-5-3-5-0------------3-5-3-5|

A

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XIII. Annan Water

VERSE 1

Am
Annan water, you loom so deep and wide
I would cross over if you would stem the tide
Or build a boat that I might ford the other side
                                                                  F
To reach the farther shore where my true love lies in wait for me
G           Am   F           Em  G           Am
In wait for me,  in wait for me, in wait for me

VERSE 2

Oh, great river, your waters ramble wild
The horses shiver and bite against the bridle
But I will cross if mine own horse is pulled from me
                                                            F
Though my mother cries that if I try I sure will drowned be
G             Am  F            Em G             Am
Will drowned be, will drowned be, will drowned be

CHORUS

            D   Dm              A   F#m
But if you calm     and let me pass
         D           E                 A   A7
You may render me a wreck when I come back
               D   Dm                A     A7
So calm your waves     and slow the churn
             D               E                Am
And you may have my precious bones on my return

VERSE 3

Annan water, oh hear my true love's call
Hear her holler above your water's pall
God, that I could that my two arms could give me wings
                                                                      F
And I would cross your breadth and rest my breast about her amber ring
G            Am F            Em G             Am
Her amber ring, her amber ring, her amber ring

CHORUS

            D   Dm              A   F#m
But if you calm     and let me pass
         D           E                 A   A7
You may render me a wreck when I come back
               D   Dm                A     A7
So calm your waves     and slow the churn
             D               E            [start verse tabs here]
And you may have my precious bones on my return
              Dm
On my, on my return

Am

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XIV. Margaret In Captivity

Originally tabbed by: DonTago

e|---------------------------------------------------------------|
B|----5-------3-------1-------0-------5-------3-------1-------0--|
G|--5---5---4---4---2---1---0---0---5---5---4---4---2---1---0---0|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------|
A|---------------------------------------------------------------|
D|0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0------|

e|------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----5-------3-------1-------0---------------0-----------3--|
G|---5---5---4---4---2---1---0---0-----2-----0---0---2/4------|
D|-----------------------------------3---3-----------3/5-0----|
A|------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0----------|

VERSE 1:

Play 5x (until "kickstand")
e|----------------------------------|
B|-----5-------3-------1-------0----|
G|---5---5---4---4---2---1---0---0--|
D|----------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------|
D|-0-------0-------0-------0--------|

Then play:
e|------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----5-------3-------1-------0---------------0-----------3--|
G|---5---5---4---4---2---1---0---0-----2-----0---0---2/4------|
D|-----------------------------------3---3-----------3/5-0----|
A|------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0----------|

I have snipped your wingspan, my precious captive swan
Here all clipped of kickstand, your spirit won't last long

Play 5x (until "akimbo")
e|----------------------------------|
B|-----5-------3-------1-------0----|
G|---5---5---4---4---2---1---0---0--|
D|----------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------|
D|-0-------0-------0-------0--------|

Then play:
e|------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----5-------3-------1-------0---------------0-----------3--|
G|---5---5---4---4---2---1---0---0-----2-----0---0---2/4------|
D|-----------------------------------3---3-----------3/5-0----|
A|------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0----------|

Don't you lift a finger, don't you snap and jaw
Limber limbs akimbo, rest till rubbing raw

CHORUS

F                                   G
Oh my own true love! Oh my own true love! e|----------------------|
                                          B|---5-5-5-3-3-3-1-1-1--|
                                          G|---5-5-5-4-4-4-2-2-2--|
F                                    G
Can you hear me, love? Can you hear me, love?
e|------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----5-------3-------1-------0---------------0-----------3--|
G|---5---5---4---4---2---1---0---0-----2-----0---0---2/4------|
D|-----------------------------------3---3-----------3/5-0----|
A|------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0----------|

VERSE 2

Play 5x (until "wrecked you")
e|----------------------------------|
B|-----5-------3-------1-------0----|
G|---5---5---4---4---2---1---0---0--|
D|----------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------|
D|-0-------0-------0-------0--------|

Then play:
e|------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-----5-------3-------1-------0---------------0-----------3--|
G|---5---5---4---4---2---1---0---0-----2-----0---0---2/4------|
D|-----------------------------------3---3-----------3/5-0----|
A|------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0-------0----------|

Don't hold out for rescue, none can hear your call
Till I have wrest and wrecked you, behind these fortress walls

CHORUS

F                                   G
Oh my own true love! Oh my own true love!     e|----------------------|
                                              B|---5-5-5-3-3-3-1-1-1--|
                                              G|---5-5-5-4-4-4-2-2-2--|

F                                       G
Can you hear me, love? Can you hear me, love? e|----------------------|
                                              B|---5-5-5-3-3-3-1-1-1--|
                                              G|---5-5-5-4-4-4-2-2-2--|

OUTRO

F G

e|----------------------|
B|---5-5-5-3-3-3-1-1-1--|
G|---5-5-5-4-4-4-2-2-2--|

F G

e|----------------------|
B|---5-5-5-3-3-3-1-1-1--|
G|---5-5-5-4-4-4-2-2-2--|

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XV. The Hazards of Love 3 (Revenge!)

INTRO

e|--0-1-3-5-6-5-------0-1-3-5-6-5------0-1-3-5-6-5---0-0-1-0---0|
B|3-------------3-5-3------------3-5-3-------------3---------3--|

Bb

e|--0-1-3-5-6-5-------0-1-3-5-6-5------0-1-3-5-6-5---0-0-1-0---0|
B|3-------------3-5-3------------3-5-3-------------3---------3--|

Bb


Badd9 Eb7 Bbadd9 Badd9 Eadd9 D7M   Eadd9 Cadd9

VERSE 1

Badd9     Eb7       Bbadd9 Badd9
Father I'm not feeling well,
          Eadd9  D7M      Eadd9 Cadd9
The flowers     me you fed
Badd9        Eb7    Bbadd9 Badd9
Tasted spoiled for sudden-ly
Eadd9        D7M     Eadd9 Cadd9
I find that I am dead
         Badd9 Eb7    Bbadd9 Badd9
But father don't you fear,
        Eadd9  D7M     Eadd9 Cadd9
Your children all are here

CHORUS

N.C.
Singin ohhhh ohhh the hazards of love

Badd9 Eb7 Bbadd9 Badd9 Eadd9 D7M   Eadd9 Cadd9

VERSE 2

N.C.                                            Eadd9 Cadd9
Father turn the water down the basin's overflowed
      Badd9    Eb7         Bbadd9 Badd9
The water covers everything
     Eadd9  D7M     Eadd9 Cadd9
And me left all alone
        Badd9 Eb7    Bbadd9 Badd9
But father, here in death,
    Eadd9     D7M     Eadd9 Cadd9
I have regained my breath

CHORUS

                                      Badd9 Eb7 Bbadd9 Badd9
To sing ohhhh ohhh the hazards of love

To sing ohhhh ohhh the hazards of love

Badd9 Eb7 Bbadd9 Badd9 Eadd9 D7M   Eadd9 Cadd9

VERSE 3

   Badd9   Eb7    Bbadd9   Badd9
Spare the rod, you spoil the child
    Eadd9   D7M     Eadd9 Cadd9
But I prefer the lash
      Badd9      Eb7    Bbadd9   Badd9
My sisters, drowned and poisoned all
    Eadd9     D7M     Eadd9 Cadd9
And me reduced to ash
       Badd9 Eb7    Bbadd9 Badd9
And buried in an urn,
        Eadd9 D7M     Eadd9 Cadd9
But father I've returned

CHORUS

N.C.                                  Badd9 Eb7 Bbadd9 Badd9
Singin ohhhh ohhh the hazards of love
N.C.                                 Badd9 Eb7 Bbadd9 Badd9
Singin ohhhh ohhh the hazards of love

OUTRO
                   Badd9 Eb7 Bbadd9 Badd9
The hazards of love

The hazards of love

Badd9 Eb7 Bbadd9 Badd9 Eadd9 D7M   Eadd9 Cadd9

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XVI. The Wanting Comes In Waves Reprise


e|--0-1-3-5-6-5-------0-1-3-5-6-5------0-1-3-5-6-5---0-0-1-0---0|
B|3-------------3-5-3------------3-5-3-------------3---------3--|

Bb B

F                    Bb      Am        Bb
And here come the waves ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh
F                          Bb      Am        Bb
And the wanting comes in waves ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh
F                          Bb      Am        Bb
And the wanting comes in waves ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh
F                          Bb      Am        Bb
And the wanting comes in waves

(F Bb Am Bb) x4

      Bb
And I want this night...

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XVII. The Hazards of Love 4 (The Drowning)

Originally tabbed by: DonTago

INTRO

G

VERSE 1

Em                                                        G
Margaret arrayed the rocks around the hull before it was sinking
Em                                                             G
A million stones, a million bones, a million holes within the chinking
Am                             C
And painting rings around your eyes these peppered holes
                 G
So filled with crying
Am                          C                                  G
A whisper weighed upon the tattered down where you and I were lying

VERSE 2

Em                                                    G
Tell me now, tell me this, A forest's son, a river's daughter
Em                                                              G
A willow on the willow wisp, our ghosts will wander all of the water
Am                        C                                     G
So let's be married here today these rushing waves to bare our witness
Am                          C                             G       Em  D
And we will lie like river stones rolling only where it takes us

CHORUS

    C                Am           G         Em              D
But I pulled you and I called you here   (Didn't I, didn't I, didn't I?)
    Am               C             G       Em
And I caught you and I brought you here  (Didn't I)
       D         Am   C/B   C       D                 G
These hazards of love,        never more will trouble us

BRIDGE

Em G Em G
Am C G Am C G

VERSE 3
Em                                                             G
Oh Margaret the lapping waves are licking quietly at our ankles
Em                                                                   G
Another bow another breath this brilliant chills come for the shackle
Am                           C                                      G
With this long last rush of air we speak our vows and sorry whispers
Am                            C                                            G
When the waves came crashing down, he closed his eyes and softly kissed her

CHORUS

    C                Am           G         Em              D
But I pulled you and I called you here   (Didn't I, didn't I, didn't I?)
    Am               C             G       Em
And I caught you and I brought you here  (Didn't I)
       D         Am   C/B   C       D                 G
These hazards of love,        never more will trouble us
              D      Am   C/B   C       D                 G
And these hazards of love,        never more will trouble us

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12. The King Is Dead

I. Don't Carry It All

Originally tabbed by: RandMcNally

VERSE 1

G                                        Em     D
Here we come to a turning of the season.
G                                  Em     D
Witness to the arc toward the sun.
G                                        Em     D
A neighbors blessed burden within reason.
G
Becomes a burden born of all and one.

CHORUS

    Em      D      C
And nobody, nobody knows.
C                          G
Let the yoke fall from our shoulders.
C                                  Em             (D)
Don't carry it all, don't carry it all.
C                        G
We are all our hands and holders.
Bm                              C
Beneath this bold and brilliant sun.

This I swear to all.

VERSE 2

G                                    Em     D
Monument to build beneath the arbors.
G                                           Em     D
Upon a blimp that towers toward the trees.
G                                            Em     D
Let every vessel pitching hard to starboard.
G                                         Em     D
Lay it's head on summer's freckled knees.

CHORUS

    Em      D      C
And nobody, nobody knows.
C                          G
Let the yoke fall from our shoulders.
C                                  Em             (D)
Don't carry it all, don't carry it all.
C                        G
We are all our hands and holders.
Bm                              C
Beneath this bold and brilliant sun.
C               G                  Em          D
This I swear to all......and this I swear to all.

BRIDGE

Bm                                    C
Bare a wreath of trillium and ivy.
Bm                                    Em
Laid upon the body of the boy.
Bm                                    C
Lazy will the love come from it's hiding.
Am                                    D
And return this quiet searcher to the soil.

VERSE 3

G                                          Em     D
So raise a glass to turnings of the season.
G                                          Em     D
And watch it as it arcs towards the sun.
G                                          Em     D
And you must bare your neighbors burden within reason.
G
And your labors will be borne when all is done.

CHORUS

    Em      D      C
And nobody, nobody knows.
C                 C        G
Let the oath fall from our shoulders.
C                 C                Em             (D)
Don't carry it all, don't carry it all.
C              C         G
We are all our hands and holders.
Bm                              C
Beneath this bold and brilliant sun.
C               G                  Em          D
This I swear to all......and this I swear to all.

OUTRO

C                G
And this I swear to all...
 Em                  D
And this I swear to all...
C           G      Em     D
To all, to all, to all...

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II. Calamity Song

Originally tabbed by: ComfortablyDumb

INTRO

D A

VERSE 1

D                                          A
Had a dream, you and me and the war at the end times
D                                         A
And I believe California succumbed to the fault line
We heaved relief as scores of innocents die

CHORUS

G                  D      G                            D
And the Andalusian tribe, setting the lay of Nebraska alight
               A                          G
Until all that remains is the arms of the angels

VERSE 2

D                                  A
Hetty green, queen of supply-side bonhomie bone-drab, you know what I mean
  D                                     A
On the road, its well advised to follow your own bed
In the year of the chewable Ambien tab

CHORUS

G                  D      G                               D
And the Panamanian child, stands at the Dowager Empresses side
               A                          G
Until all that remains is the arms of the angels
D             A                          G
'til all that remains is the arms of the angels
   D        G           D        G
Ah-hooo, ah-hooo oh, ah-hooo, ah-hoooo oh

CHORUS

Em                   A               Em               A
You've receded in to loam, and their picking at your bones
      G    D                A
We'll call home, we'll come home


VERSE 3

D                                               A
Quiet now, will we gather to conjure the rain down?
D                                  A
Will we now build a civilization below ground? And I'll be crowned
The community kick-it-around

CHORUS

G                  D      G                            D
And the Andalusian tribe, setting the lay of Nebraska alight
               A                          G
Until all that remains is the arms of the angels
D             A                          G
'til all that remains is the arms of the angels
   D        G           D        G
Ah-hooo, ah-hooo oh, ah-hooo, ah-hoooo oh
   D        G           D        G
Ah-hooo, ah-hooo oh, ah-hooo, ah-hoooo oh

D

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III. Rise To Me

Originally tabbed by: {LLC}Jaroom

INTRO

G

VERSE 1

C            Am           Bm                 C
Big mountain, wide river, there's an ancient port
C                 Bm                  D                  C
These tree trunks, these stream beds, leave our bellies full

CHORUS

           G    D          C            G
They sing out, "I am gonna stand my ground"
    D               C             G
You rise to me and I'll blow you down
Em         C        D         D                  C          G
I am gonna stand my ground, you rise to me and I'll blow you down

VERSE 2

C            Am           Bm                 C
Hey Henry, can you hear me? Let me see those eyes
C            Bm         D                  C
This distance between us can seem a mountain size

CHORUS

        G    D          C            G
But boy, you are gonna stand your ground
    D               C             G
They rise to you, you blow them down
Em         C        D         D                  C          G
Let me see you stand your ground, they rise to you, you blow them down

BRIDGE

G C Am Bm C C Bm D C G

VERSE 3

C            Am           Bm                 C
My darling, my sweetheart, I am in your sway
C               Bm                D                  C
Two cold climbs, come springtime, so let me hear you say

CHORUS

        G    D          C            G
My love, I am gonna stand my ground
    D               C             G
They rise to me, and I'll blow them down
Em         C        D         D                  C          G
I am gonna stand my ground, they rise me and I'll blow them down

OUTRO

D                 C        G           D                 C           G
Cause I am gonna stand my ground, you rise me, and I'll blow you down
G D G

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IV. Rox In The Box

Originally tabbed by: nocojack

CAPO 2

VERSE 1

       Am                       C                        G
Get the rox in the box, get the water right down to your socks
Em                                          Am
This bulkhead's built of fallen brethren bones
        Am                    C             G
We all do what we can, we endure our fellow man
Em                                                  Am
And we sing our songs to the head frames creaks and moans

CHORUS

        F7M                     C
And it's one, two, three on the wrong side of the lee
              G                        Am
What were you meant for? What were you meant for?
         F7M                              C
And it's seven, eight, nine, you get your shuffle back in line
    G                     [ch]G/G#[/ch]                     Am
And if you ever make it to ten you won't make it again
    G                     [ch]G/G#[/ch]                     Am
And if you ever make it to ten you won't make it again

VERSE 2

          Am                 C                          G
And you won't make a dime on this gray Granite Mountain Mine
Em                                           Am
Of dirt you're made and to dirt you will return
             Am                   C                         G
So while we're living here, let's get this little one thing clear
Em                                                Am
There's plenty of men to die, you don't jump your turn

CHORUS

        F7M                     C
And it's one, two, three on the wrong side of the lee
              G                        Am
What were you meant for? What were you meant for?
         F7M                              C
And it's seven, eight, nine, you get your shuffle back in line
    G                     [ch]G/G#[/ch]                     Am
And if you ever make it to ten you won't make it again
    G                     [ch]G/G#[/ch]                     Am
And if you ever make it to ten you won't make it again

CHORUS

        F7M                     C
And it's one, two, three on the wrong side of the lee
              G                        Am
What were you meant for? What were you meant for?
         F7M                              C
And it's seven, eight, nine, you get your shuffle back in line
    G                     [ch]G/G#[/ch]                     Am
And if you ever make it to ten you won't make it again
    G                     [ch]G/G#[/ch]                     Am
And if you ever make it to ten you won't make it again
    G                     [ch]G/G#[/ch]                     Am
And if you ever make it to ten you won't make it again

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V. January Hymn

Originally tabbed by: Primotiv86

CAPO 2

INTRO

(C  Csus2  C  Csus4  Fm7  G  Gsus2  G) x3

VERSE 1

C              F  G     C Csus2 C Csus4
On a winter's Sunday I go
    F      G       C  Csus2 C Csus4
To clear away the snow
     F         G      C  Csus2 C Csus4  F  G
And green the ground below
C             F  G    C Csus2 C Csus4
April all an ocean away
    F               G                C  Csus2 C Csus4
Is this the better way to spend the day?
F           G         C Csus2 C Csus4  F  G
Keeping the winter at bay

CHORUS

F               G                C              F
What were the words I meant to say before you left?
    Am                  F                        G  G7  G6  G
When I could see your breath lead where you were going to
C               F    G      C  Csus2 C Csus4
Maybe I should just let it be
     F             G                C Csus2 C Csus4
And maybe it will all come back to me
      F     G       C
Sing: O, Janu--ary, O

C  Csus2  C  Csus4  Fm7  G  Gsus2  x2

VERSE 2

C              F    G        C Csus2 C Csus4
How I lived a childhood in snow
     F      G       C  Csus2 C Csus4
And all my teens in tow
     F         G        C  Csus2 C Csus4  F  G
Stuffed in strata of clothes
C           F    G           C  Csus2 C  Csus4
Pale the winter days after dark
F               G             C  Csus2 C Csus4
Wandering the gray memorial park
   F         G          C  Csus2 C Csus4 F  G
A fleeting beating of hearts

CHORUS

F               G               C              F
What were the words I meant to say before she left?
    Am                  F                        G  G7  G6  G
When I could see her breath lead where she was going to
C               F    G      C  Csus2 C Csus4
Maybe I should just let it be
     F             G                C Csus2 C Csus4
And maybe it will all come back to me
      F    G    F    G       C
Sing: O, Janu-, O Janu--ary, O

OUTRO

C  Csus2  C  Csus4  Fm7  G  Gsus2  G  x4  End on C

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VI. All Arise!

Originally tabbed by: DonTago

CAPO 2

INTRO

G

VERSE 1

Baby wants a new spin, baby wants a broken heart
I hear you found a lynch pin to keep it all falling apart
                 C                   G
But you keep on rolling, you keep on rolling

VERSE 2

Better find a way, better kick it from your big brown eyes
If it tightens up when you fall at the fifteenth try
                    C                     G
Like a ship at ocean, like a ship at ocean,
                   C                    G
like a ship at ocean, like a ship at sea

CHORUS

D                                               C                G
You spit thick and you cross your heart but the culverts' all run dry
     C                G       D                       G
From keeping shotguns shy all arise, just be mine tonight

VERSE 2

So the dollar-shop shoppers broke a lock and they knocked you down
Better call the coppers if you need someone to push you around
                C                      G                        C
You keep on stealing, you keep on stealing, you keep on stealing
                        G
There's nothing left to steal

CHORUS

D                                               C                G
You spit thick and you cross your heart but the culverts' all run dry
     C                G       D                       G
From keeping shotguns shy all arise, just be mine tonight
Just be mine tonight, just be mine tonight

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VIII. June Hymn

Originally tabbed by: smewings

CAPO 2

VERSE 1

G                G/F#           Em      Em*
Here's a hymn to welcome in the day
G           G/F#           Em
Heralding a summer's early sway
            Em*              C   C/B   Am7    [Am7 C/B]
And all the bulbs all coming in ... to begin
C                     C/B             Am7                C/G     [ch]D9/F#[/ch]
The thrushes bleating battle with the wrens disrupts my reverie again

VERSE 2

G          G/F#            Em      Em*
   Pegging clothing on the line
G           G/F#           Em
   Training Jasmine how to vine
       Em*            C    C/B     Am7   [Am7 C/B]
Up the arbour to your door ... and more
C                      C/B              Am7                C/G           [ch]D9/F#[/ch]
You're standing on the landing with the war you shouldered all the night before

CHORUS

C               D
   Once upon it,  yellow bonnets
G                  C**
   Garland all the lawn
Am7                D
   You were waking,  day was breaking
G               C**
   A panoply of song
Dsus4               C**
    Summer comes to Springville Hill

VERSE 3

G           G/F#       Em       Em*
A barony of ivy in the trees
G                 G/F#      Em
Expanding out its empire by degrees
            Em*               C     C/B        Am7    [Am7 C/B]
And all the branches burst to bloom ... in the boom
C                C/B      Am7            C/G             [ch]D9/F#[/ch]
Heaven sent this cardinal marooon to decorate our living room

CHORUS

C               D
   Once upon it,  yellow bonnets
G                  C**
   Garland all the lawn
Am7                D
   You were waking,  day was breaking
G               C**
   A panoply of song
Dsus4               C**
    Summer comes to Springville Hill

G

BRIDGE

C             D                 Em          C
   Years from now when this old light isn't ambling anymore
Am7       D                G G/F# Em Em C
   Will I bring my self to wri-ei-ei-ei-iiite
                  Dsus4         G [INTRO]
I give my best to Springville Hill

G G/F# Em G G/F# Em C C/B Am7 C/B C C/B Am7 C/G [ch]D9/F#[/ch]

CHORUS

C               D
   Once upon it,  yellow bonnets
G                  C**
   Garland all the lawn
Am7                D
   You were waking,  day was breaking
G               C**
   A panoply of song
Dsus4               C**               G
    Summer comes to Springville Hill
Dsus4               C               G
   Summer comes to Springville Hill

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IX. This Is Why We Fight

Originally tabbed by: Jedwardferguson

CAPO 2

INTRO

 (Em7 - Em7/F# - G) x2
       (EmC) x2

VERSE 1

Em                C     Em            C
        Come the war,       come the avarice
Em                C         Em            C
        Come the war, come Hell
Em                C     Em              C
        Come attrition,        come the reek of bones
Em                C          Em            C
        Come attrition, come Hell

CHORUS

G             D          Em         C
  This is why,  why we fight, why we lie awake
G             D             C
  This is why,  this is why we fight
G                  D             Em          C
  And when we die,   we will die,   with our arms unbound
G             D             C
  This is why,   this is why we fight,
       Em7 - Em7/F# - G    Em7 - Em7/F# - G
come Hell

VERSE 2

Em                C     Em             C
Bride of quiet,                 Bride of all unquiet things
Em                C              Em
Bride of quiet, Bride of Hell
Em                C     Em             C
Come the archers,               come the infantry
Em                C          Em
Come the archers of Hell

CHORUS

G             D          Em         C
  This is why,  why we fight, why we lie awake
G             D             C
  This is why,  this is why we fight
G                  D             Em          C
  And when we die,   we will die,   with our arms unbound
G             D             C
  This is why,   this is why we fight,
       Em7 - Em7/F# - G        Em7 - Em7/F# - G
Come Hell               Come Hell

(Em - C) x4

CHORUS

G             D          Em         C
  This is why,  why we fight, why we lie awake
G             D             C
  This is why,  this is why we fight
G                  D             Em          C
  And when we die,   we will die,   with our arms unbound
G             D             C
  This is why,   this is why we fight,

OUTRO

G              D
So come to me, come to me now
Em          C
Lay your arms around me
G              D             C
  This is why,   this is why we fight,
       Em7 - Em7/F# - G         Em7 - Em7/F# - G
Come Hell                Come Hell
       Em7 - Em7/F# - G         Em7 - Em7/F# - G
Come Hell                Come Hell

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X. Dear Avery

DROP D, CAPO 3

INTRO

(Dsus2   Gm) x2

VERSE 1

     Dsus2                     Gm
Dear Avery, I think of you only
         Dsus2                             Gm
Were you waving? Were you dead on the vine?
     Dsus2                     Gm
Oh Avery, I think of you lonely
                Dsus2                             Gm
But I could just grab you by the nape of your neck

CHORUS

        A               G                       D
There are times life will rattle your bones and will bend your limbs
             A                G                D
You're still far and away the boy you've ever been
       A             G             D
So you bend back and shake at the frame Of the frame you made
    Bm               A           G
But don't you shake alone
       Em        A
Please Avery-y-y-y, come home

Dsus2   Gm
Dsus2   Gm

VERSE 2

Dsus2                          Gm
Headstrong, you and your long arms
Dsus2                          Gm
Listing lazily on the cusp of your teens
Dsus2                          Gm
But you were my Avery and when you needed saving
Dsus2                          Gm
I could just grab you by the nape of your neck

CHORUS

        A               G                       D
There are times life will rattle your bones and will bend your limbs
             A                G                D
You're still far and away the boy you've ever been
       A             G             D
So you bend back and shake at the frame Of the frame you made
    Bm               A           G
But don't you shake alone
       Em        A
Please Avery-y-y-y, come home

OUTRO

Bm         A      G
(Don't you shake alone!)
       Em        A
Please Avery-y-y-y, come home

Dsus2 Gm (repeat to end)

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13. Long Live The King

I. E. Watson

Originally tabbed by: Daysleeper_05

fill 1(intro):
e|------0---0-----0-0-0-0-0-0--0-----|
B|------0---0-----3/5-5-5-5\3--0-----|
G|------0---0------------------------|
D|------2---2------------------------|
A|------2---2------------------------|
E|--0--------------------------------|

fill 2 (verse fill):
e|------0-----------0----------------|
B|------0-----------0----------------|
G|------0-----------0----------------|
D|------2-----------2----------------|
A|------2--0h2------2----------------|
E|--0------------0-------------------|

fill 3 (chorus fill):
-------------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------|
G|----------0h2---0---------0--------|
D|----0h2---------------0h2----------|
A|----------------------------3------|
E|-----------------------------------|

INTRO

Fill 1 x4

VERSE 1

    Em                               A                    G
The air all painted pallid grey, the storm was comin' in
Dsus2               /C    /B    Em  (fill 2)
Folks were lining out in all directions
Em                              A                      G
Me an Holt and Henry Short were pitchin' on the skiff,
Dsus2               /C    /B        Em  (fill 2)
Trying to make it home before the night
     [ch]Bm  [/ch] /F#  /B /F#   A
And the grey waves were rollin',
[ch]Bm  [/ch] /F# /B     /F#  A
Bold the brave, brave ocean
    G                     Em (Fill 1)x2
And rolled us suckers in

VERSE 2

    Em                             A                     G
Well I don't keep to goings on, I tend to stick with kin
    Dsus2         /C     /B      Em (Fill 2)
But Watson had it in from the beginning
   Em                                  A                        G
He built that house on Chatham bend, a whitewashed knotted pine
Dsus2         /C     /B       Em (Fill 2)
Ninety acres furrowed for the cane
     [ch]Bm  [/ch] /F#  /B /F#     A
And he drove it down from Georgia
 [ch]Bm  [/ch] /F#  /B /F#   A
His dad a martyred soldier
       G                 Em  (Fill 1) /G
In the war between the States

CHORUS

 A                 G     Dsus2  /D  /C  /B
Lord, bring down the flood
 A           G    Dsus2
Wash away the blood
    /C     /B      Em
And drown these everglades
    /C     /B      Em
And put us in our place
[ch]Bm  [/ch]      /F#  /B  /F#       C
(Fill 3)
We layed Edgar Watson in his grave
   G                     Em (Fill 1)x4
We layed him in his grave

VERSE 3

Em                            A                   G
Till I'm dust I'll never know why he came ashore
Dsus2                  /C      /B        Em (Fill 2)
With all those killers gathered on the shorelines
Em                              A                   G
Kicking holes in ugly mud, with trigger fingers pinched
Dsus2            /C        /B        Em  (Fill 2)
A brace of rifles bristled in the wind
[ch]Bm  [/ch] /F#  /B /F#   A
And we towed his body northbound
 [ch]Bm  [/ch] /F#  /B  /F#   A
And buried him all face down
        G               Em (Fill 1)  /G
With a good view into hell

CHORUS

 A                 G     Dsus2 /D  /C  /B
Lord, bring down the flood
 A           G    Dsus2
Wash away the blood
    /C     /B      Em
And drown these everglades
    /C     /B      Em
And put us in our place
[ch]Bm  [/ch]      /F#  /B  /F#       C
(Fill 3)
We layed Edgar Watson in his grave
   G                     Em  (Fill 1)
We layed him in his grave
  Em                     Em  (Fill 1)
We layed him in his grave
 Em                  (Fill 1)x3 Em
We layed him in his gra____ve

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II. Foregone

CAPO 2

INTRO

C G F C

VERSE 1

C      G             F            C
Here arise and say it's a honey
C          G           F              C
All this light that daybreak brings
C              G         F             C
And the ancient bands that brung me
C          G                       F          C
To the bed where you're sleeping safe

(C, G, F, C) x2

VERSE 2

C         G           F          C
And we had agreed on Henry
C        G          F         C
Long before a flutter felt
C         G        F         C
And so it will be till memory
C            G         F       C
Makes a shadow of ourselves

CHORUS

              Am                        F
And the reach and the wrecks and the wrong
              Am                     F
All would lead to believe that it's not
                C        G     F    C
But it's foregone
                C        G     F    C
It's foregone

VERSE 3

 C       G          F          C
Can it be that this is given
C       G                  F           C
This awaking from long dark night
C       G        F          C
Of a soul so on and wizened
C       G          F          C
Sleep away to set to rights

CHORUS

Am                                      F
And the reach and the wrecks and the wrong
           Am                        F
All would lead to believe that it's not
                C        G     F    C
But it's foregone
                C        G     F    C
It's foregone
                C        G     F    C
It's foregone

CHORUS

Am                                     F
And the reach and the wrecks and the wrong
           Am                        F
All would lead to believe that it's not
Am                                     F
And the reach and the wrecks and the wrong
              C        G     F    C
It's foregone
              C        G     F    C
It's foregone

OUTRO

              C        G     F    C
It's foregone
              C        G     F    C
It's foregone

          C        G     F    C
Carry on
               C        G     F    C
Ooh carry on

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III. Burying Davy

INTRO

F C Eb F Fm F Cm

VERSE 1

F
Bring out your weepin' weeds
                   Eb
Put on your ten-pint bowlers
              C
Bring out your weepin' weeds

CHORUS

Fm                 Fm7
We're buryin' Davy
F
We're buryin' Davy.

Fm F Fm F Fm

VERSE 2

F          C
Gather the  screws and spades
                    Eb
Oil up your mud-brown slicker
F                 Cm
Gather the screws and spades

CHORUS

Fm                 Fm7
We're buryin' Davy
F
We're buryin' Davy.

Fm F Fm F Fm

VERSE 3

F                C
Who'll plane the old pine bows?
                    Eb
Who'll set his legs uncrooked?
F                C
Who'll plane the old pine bows?

CHORUS

Fm                 Fm7
For buryin' Davy
F
For buryin' Davy.

Eb F Fm

VERSE 4

F         C
Mother wept no tears
               Eb
Brother grew unruly
F          C
Mother wept no tears

CHORUS

Fm            Fm7
At buryin' Davy
F
At buryin' Davy.

VERSE 5

  F
Bring out your weepin' weeds
                   Eb
Put on your ten-pint bowlers
              C
Bring out your weepin' weeds

CHORUS

Fm                 Fm7
We're buryin' Davy
F
We're buryin' Davy.

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IV. I 4 U & U 4 Me

Originally tabbed by: Daysleeper_05

DROP D, CAPO 4
INTRO

One, two, one two three four!

D5 x4

VERSE 1

D5
You're all made a tattered heel and you're the only constant all my life
A                                                                 D5
We could go together some and we could get each other through the night
D5
We are one and we are two and we are simply wicked to a T
A                                                                   D5
Never a better thing were said than I for you and you were made for me
D5
Well I heard that your plans were all fouled up
D5
And I heard that you hit the wall
A                                       D5
Hit your smarting arms and skinned your knee!

CHORUS

         G                   D5
Will you drop your sling and stones?
    G                     D5
You can't make it on your own!
    A                                         D5
You see? It's I for you and you were made for me

VERSE 2

D5
When you were young, your parents said
D5
You act like that you do it on your own time
A
So you grew up crooked, bent,
                                   D5
So barely that you couldn't walk a straight line

Well here we are, right where we came, and it's
D5
Pretty sticky wicked, isn't it dear?
  A                                                            D5
A few missteps along the way but I'm really pretty happy to be here
D5
So this a toast to the old town drunk, to the bums of the broadway bridge!
A                                        D5
Raise a glass to the bones of the circle K!

CHORUS

         G                   D5
Will you drop your sling and stones?
    G                     D5
You can't make it on your own!
    A                                         D5
You see, It's I for you and you were made for me
         A                                         D5
Will you see, It's I for you and you were made for me

VERSE 3

D5
Well I heard that your plans were all fouled up and I
D5
Heard that you hit the wall
A                                         D5
Hit your smarting hearts and skinned your knee

CHORUS

         G                   D5
Will you drop your slinging' stones
    G                     D5
You can't make it on your own
    A                                         D5
You see? It's I for you and you were made for me
    A                                         D5
You see? it's I for you and you were made for me

OUTRO

D5
And you were made for me
D5
And it's I for you and you were made to be for me

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V. Row Jimmy

VERSE 1

A                           G         D     A
Julie catch a rabbit by his tail
Bm        A                G       D
Come back steppin' like to walk on air
D                   A
Get back home where you belong
    E                    A      E  A  E  A
And don't you run off no more.

VERSE 2

A                                      G     D    A
Don't hang your head, let the two time roll
Bm          A           G         D
Grass shack nailed to a pine wood floor
D                 A
Ask the time baby I don't know
E                      D
Come back later, gonna let it show.

CHORUS

      A    E       D
I say row    Jimmy row,
      A         E          D
Gonna get there,   I don't know,
        A      E         D
Seems a common    way to go,
            A         E         A
Get out and row, row, row, row, row.

VERSE 3

A                     G  D     A
Here's a half dollar if you dare
Bm          A           G         D
Double twist when you land on air,
D                 A
Look at Julie down below,
E                      D
The levee doin' the do-pas-o.

CHORUS

      A    E       D
I say row    Jimmy row,
      A         E          D
Gonna get there,   I don't know,
        A      E         D
Seems a common    way to go,
            A         E         A
Get out and row, row, row, row, row.

VERSE 3
A                     G  D     A
Broken heart don't feel so bad,
Bm          A           G         D
You ain't got much of what you thought you had.
D                 A
Rock your baby to and fro
E                      D
Not too fast and not too slow.

CHORUS

      A    E       D
I say row    Jimmy row,
      A         E          D
Gonna get there,   I don't know,
        A      E         D
Seems a common    way to go,
            A         E         A
Get out and row, row, row, row, row.

BRIDGE

A          Bm       A       D
That's the way it's been in town,
A               G        D
Ever since they brought the jukebox down.
A       Bm          A      D
Broken hearts don't buy no more,
E                 D
Not the way it's done before.

CHORUS

      A    E       D
I say row    Jimmy row,
      A         E          D
Gonna get there,   I don't know,
        A      E         D
Seems a common    way to go,
            A         E         A
Get out and row, row, row, row, row.

CHORUS

      A    E       D
I say row    Jimmy row,
      A         E          D
Gonna get there,   I don't know,
        A      E         D
Seems a common    way to go,
            A         E         A
Get out and row, row, row, row, row.

OUTRO

            A         E         A
Get out and row, row, row, row, row.

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VI. Sonnet

Originally tabbed by: Unregistered

VERSE 1

            E
Guido, I wish that you and Lapo and I
                       B
Could be taken by magic and placed in a boat
                     E
Where every rising swell
                              B
Would sweep us at our will across the sky

VERSE 2

               E
Then tempest never, or weather dire
                        B
Could ever make our blissful living cease
                         E
No, but abiding in a steady, blessed peace
      B
Together in harmony

BRIDGE

C#m                       A
And Lady Vanna and Lagia then
                           E
She who looms the thirty best
                                    B
Would join us at the enchanter's behest

VERSE 3

                 E
And there we'd talk of love without an end
                  B
To make those ladies happy in the sky
      E                        B
With Lapo enchanted too, and you and I

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14. We All Raise Our Voices To The Air

I. Dracula's Daughter

Originally tabbed by: supercooljones

INTRO

C G x4

VERSE 1

C         G
Dracula's daughter
C         G
Dracula's daughter
C         G
Dracula's daughter's
          C
Got it bad

CHORUS

Am                       G
You think you got it bad
                            C
Try having Dracula for your dad
                    G
See how it looks on you
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