From the album Joan Baez Vol.2 Note - The recorded version sounds sharp of Dm [Intro] Am E7 Am G/B C Em/B Am F Am [Verse 1] Am E7 Am She went upstairs to make her bed G/B C Em/B Am And not a word to her mother said. Am E7 Am Her mother she went upstairs too Am G/B C Em/B Am Saying, "Daughter, oh daughter, what's troublin' you?" [Verse 2] Am E7 Am "Oh mother dear I cannot tell G/B C Em/B Am That railroad boy that I love so well. Am E7 Am He's courted me my life away G/B C Em/B Am And now at home he will not stay." [Verse 3] Am E7 Am "There is a place in London town G/B C Em/B Am That rail-road boy goes and sits him down. Am E7 Am And he takes a strange girl on his knee Am G/B C Em/B Am And he tells to her what he won't tell me." [Break] Am E7 Am G/B C Em/B Am F Am [Verse 4] Am E7 Am Her father he came home from work G/B C Em/B Am Sayin', "Where's my daughter, she seems so hurt" Am E7 Am He went upstairs to give her hope G/B C Em/B Am An' he found her hangin' by a rope. [Short verse] Am E7 Am He took his knife and he cut her down G/B C Em/B Am And on her bosom these words he found: [Verse 5] Am E7 Am "Go dig my grave both wide and deep, G/B C Em/B Am Put a mar-ble stone at my head and feet, Am E7 Am And at my breast, put a white snow dove Am G/B C Em/B Am G/B C Em/B Am F Am To tell the world that I died of love.