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Goin Down South Tabs (ver.2)

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Goin Down South Tabs (ver.2)

Rl Burnside
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                “ Goin Down South”   by  R.L. Burnside
  Acoustic version  In open D as on his album “1st Recordings”

 Im goin    with you babe--           im goin  with    you babe--
d------------0----------------0 ----|------------0----------------0--------|
a ----------------------------0 ----|-----------------------------0--------|
f#---3’----------0------------------|--0---3’---------------------------0--|
d-----------------------------------|--------------------------------------|
a-----------------------------------|--------------------------------------|
d---------------------0-------------|-------------------0----0-------------|
 
      don’t       care    where    you--       go
d------------------0----------------0--------|----------0--------------|
a------------------0----------------0--------|----------0--------------|
f#--0—3’------------------0—3’----------0----|-------------------------|
d--------------------------------------------|-------------------------|
a--------------------------------------------|-------------------------|
d--------------------------------------------|--0----------------0-----|

(then this riff)2x
d---------------------------|-----------------------------|
a---------------------------|-----------------------------|
f#--------------------------|-----------------------------|
d-----------0--------0------|-----------0-----------0-----|
a------0^3------------------|---0^3-----------------------|
d----------------3’---------|--------------- 3’-----------|

im goin with you babe(5x)
I don’t care where you go

I’m goin down south (7x)
chilly wind don’t blow

I’d rather be dead(5x)
Six feet in the ground

some black man(7x)
always hangin around

goin 
goin 
goin
don’t care where you go

im goin with you babe(7x)
I don’t care where you go
            
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