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Ghost Chords (ver.1)

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Ghost Chords (ver.1)

South Austin Jug Band
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                Ghost
By South Austin Jug Band
Written by James Hyland
rmofle at satx.rr.com
12/14/2005


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F  C  G  

       G    F          C        G
In the wind, there’s a lonesome sound
       C                F            C            G 
In the night, there’s a cry from the hill country ground
       F           C       G 
It’s a hum from an ancient tone
       F              C       G
It’s a presence I can feel it in my bones
          G
Something I can’t see has been surrounding me
          G               D            G
There’s a ghost trying to talk through me


G     F          C        G 
Ghost, don’t you leave my home
                  C    F       C         G 
As long as you’re here, I can feel on my own
      F                     C      G
Now I heard your words were left unknown
        F            C              G 
Take my hand, carve ‘em in your tombstone
            G
Something I can’t see has got a hold on me
          G               D            G
There’s a ghost trying to talk through me


Banjo solo


My days seem still, my nights grow long
I’m holding your guitar, trying to hear your songs
Lonely in love but a beautiful soul
I never heard such good rock-n-roll
Possess me now, you could show me how
Now, ghost won’t you talk through me

Guitar solo

Soul, I can see your side
I shouldn’t play a note if the song ain’t right
Cause this is my home and this is my hometown
I’ve been turned up, I’ve been turned down
But I spread the word as best I could
Through spruce, wire and old rosewood

Through spruce, wire and old rosewood
 
            
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