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Eisley, Trolly Wood Chords (ver.1)

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Trolly Wood Chords (ver.1)

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                Eisley-Trolley Wood

Chords:
C-x32010
F-133211
G-320003
Am-x02210
Adim-x02120* OR x01212

*This chord is Am(b5), but it still works with the music and is easier 
to switch to.
Trolley Wood

C
Out one day, walking one day
out one day, with you hallelujah
We found a wood with trollies on wheels
rolling all around the hills - Hallelujah

F                       G
and just as soon it had slipped into the sleepy dusk and it's 
Am
not very likely that we'll 
Adim
see it a- ... we'll see it a- again

C
Out one day, walking one day, out one day, with you, hallelujah
We found a wood, we unfound a wood
and then we cried, "Oh no"
F                   G
and, please tell me will we ever find it again?
C
In the depths of trolley wood
C7                C
Do trollies still drive?

Am           C          F
Gone for the day to the Trolley Wood
Am                C          F
I've gone for the day to the Trolley Wood
Am                 C        F
The Trolley Wood has taken me away

C
Out one day, walking one day, out one day, with you hallelujah
We found a wood, we unfound a wood and then we cried, "Oh No"
F                   G
and, please tell me will we ever find it again?
C
In the depths of Trolley Wood
C7                C
Do trollies still drive?

Am           C          F
Gone for the day to the Trolley Wood
Am                C          F
I've gone for the day to the Trolley Wood
Am                C          F
I've gone for the day to the Trolley Wood
Am                 C        F
The Trolly Wood has taken me away

C
out one day walking one day out one day with you hallelujah. 
(End on C)

Shaun Molthop
            
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