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Trampled By Turtles, Shenandoah Chords (ver.1)

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Shenandoah Chords (ver.1)

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Tuning: Standard CAPO III


          C               F       C
Oh, Shenandoah, I long to hear you
      F                C
Look away, you rollin' river
          F    G  C                (HOLD C)  C  C/B (WALK DOWN)  
Oh, Shenandoah, I long to hear you
      Am                C
Look away. We're bound away
           F          C
Across the wide Missouri


(***The rest of the lyrics are not in order how they would be as recorded by
TBT, I may have even left out a verse or two. I had to get the lyrics someplace
else cause I don't have time to sift through the whole song and arrange them.
You get the idea though!)

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LYRICS:

Now the Missouri is a mighty river
Look away, you rollin' river.
Indians camp along her border
Look away. We're bound away
Across the wide Missouri

Well a white man loved an Indian maiden
Look away, you rollin' river
With notions his canoe was laden
Look away, we're bound away
Across the wide Missouri

Oh Shenandoah, I love your daughter
Look away, you rollin' river
It was for her I'd cross the water.
Look away, we're bound away
Across the wide Missouri

For seven long years I courted Sally
Look away, you rollin' river
Seven more years I longed to have her
Look away, we're bound away
Across the wide Missouri

Well, it's fare-thee-well, my dear,
I'm bound to leave you
Look away you rollin' river
Shenandoah, I will not deceive you
Look away, we're bound away
Across the wide Missouri
            
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