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Walt Wilkins - Sandy Loam Chords

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Sandy Loam Chords

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                Sandy Loam

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C  C  G  F  C  C  G  F  C   Bb  F  C

C               G         F      C
In my dreams I hear the wildcat whine
                 G       F         C
And I smell the rain on long-leaf pine
     Bb     F        G
You know I toss and moan

C           G            F       C
Outside my window is a flashing sign
              G          F       C
It lights my room, ten steps by nine
       Bb          F          C        Bb  F  C
Sandy loam, sandy loam, I’m coming home

Bb     F        C
Sandy loam, is where I’m bound
       Bb     F          C
That’s what I am, right down to the ground
       Bb         F         C
That bottomland soil, they call black gold
     Bb    F        G
Is calling me back home

C  G  F  C  C  G  F  C  Bb  F  C  Bb  F  C
           C     G          F      C
It was a silver city on a silver screen
                          G              F         C
That took the mind of a child from his fields of green
   Bb   F    G
A long time ago

           C         G       F        C
But that stone and steel is hard and cold
                G          F          C
It's a chill I feel right down to my soul
       Bb          F                C
Sandy loam, sandy loam, I’m coming home 
       Bb          F                C   Bb  F  C  Bb  F  C
Sandy loam, sandy loam, I’m coming home

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CHORDS
C   =   X32010
G   =   320033
F   =   X33211 or 133211
Bb  =   XX3331 or 113331

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