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Yonder Mountain String Band - Belle Parker Ukulele

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Belle Parker Ukulele

(ver. 1) Click to play this song!
Yonder Mountain String Band
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Intro: F Dm C F (x2)

  F             C 
I had a girl in New Orleans
Bb                   F
Belle Parker was her name
  F                    C 
She'd hold me down and tell me
Bb                 C
Everything's gonna be alright

Dm                C
Preached to me of blue skies,
Dm                         C            C
Silver linings through the rain
Dm                   Bb        C
And if I ever needed anyone to blame...


F              C  
Oh Blame time, daddy
Bb        F
Blame the rain
F        C        Bb         C
Safe but somehow, time's the same
Dm      C        Bb            C
Tell me anything, Just tell me loud
F           C      Bb        F
Blame time, daddy, blame the rain

Repeat intro riff: F Dm C F (x2)

Verse 2: 

The velvet queen of New Orleans
Belle Parker was her name
She'd walk the town,
with a drink or two and the southern night
Louisiana sunshine,
Mississippi rain
And if I ever needed anyone to blame...


(Instrumental Verse)

She'd love to talk, and I'd let her,
Belle Parker was her name
She'd come around again, and again, and again
I'm waiting for the sunshine
And sitting through the rain
And If I ever needed anyone to blame...
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