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Eels - Girl From The North Country Chords

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Girl From The North Country Chords

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                [Intro]
G  D/F#  Em
C  D     G
G  D/F#  Em   C    G
D  C     G

[Verse]
            G        D/F#  Em
If you're travelin'           to the north country fair
C                     D               G
   Where the winds hit heavy on the borderline
G  D/F#  Em                   C              G
              Remember me to one who lives there
              D         C           G
For she once was a true love of mine

[Verse]
          G    D/F#  Em
If you're going        when snowflakes storm
C                     D               G
     When the rivers freeze and summer ends
G  D/F#  Em                   C              G
           See for me, she wears a coat so warm
              D         C           G
To keep her from the howling winds


[Instrumental]
G  D/F#  Em
C  D     G
G  D/F#  Em   C    G
D  C     G

[Verse]
        G    D/F#  Em
See for me         that her hair is hanging long
C                     D               G
It rolls and flows all down her breast
G  D/F#  Em                   C              G
             See for me if her hair's hangin' down
                D         C           G
For that's the way I remember her best

[Verse]
        G    D/F#  Em
Many times I've thought about her
C                     D               G
                     Many times I've prayed
G  D/F#  Em           C              G
             In the darkness of my night
           D         C           G
In the brightness of my of my day            
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