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Wildwood Flower (1930's) Tabs (ver.2)

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Wildwood Flower (1930's) Tabs (ver.2)

Bluegrass
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                Wildwood Flower (1930's version)

The difference between this and the 1920's version is that
Maybelle Carter played the 20's version using a fingerpick
on her index finger to play the notes on the bottem string. 
She used a fingerpick in this 1930's version also but 
simplified the song to this version.

Play Part A Twice followed by part B once

Part A
E--------0-0----------0-0--------1-1---------0-0---0-0-0--0|
B--------1--------1---1----------0-----------1-------1----1|
G-----0--0---0h2------0----------0-----------0-------0----0|
D-2-3---------------2-----3-2-0------2p0---------2---------|
A----------------------------------------2-3------------3--|
E----------------------------------------------------------|

Part B
E-----00-----0-0----0-0---1-1-------0-0---------0-0--------|
B---1----3-1-1------1----1----1-----1-----------1----------|
G-0----------0---0--0---2-------2-0-0---0-------0----------|
D-------------------------------------------0h2-----2---0h2|
A-----------------------------------------3-----------3----|
E----------------------------------------------------------|

E-0-0-------1-1--------------------------------------------|
B-1---------0----------------------------------------------|
G-0---0-----0----------------------------------------------|
D-------2-0-----2p0----------------------------------------|
A-------------------2-3------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------|

To give this song a more bluegrass feelplaypart A like this 
with the added "Lester Flatt Run" in C and also add it to 
the end of Part B

E--------0-0----------0-0--------1-1-----------------------|
B--------1--------1---1----------0-----------------------1)|
G-----0--0---0h2------0----------0-----------------0-2p0---|
D-2-3---------------2-----3-2-0------2p0-----0-1-2---------|
A----------------------------------------2(3---------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------|
            
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