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Rose Of Cimarron Chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Date: Fri, 19 Dec 1997 05:46:31 GMT
From: Rick L 
Subject: CRD:   Rose Of Cimarron     Emmylou Harris     Chords/Lyrics

Emmylou Harris   Rose Of Cimarron  written by Rusty Young

Frank Reckard    lead guitar
Hank Devito      steel guitar
Tony Brown       piano
Emmory Gordy     bass
John Ware        drums
Herb Pedersen    banjo/harmony
Brian Ahern      acoustic guitar

C#               G#
Roll along, roll on
F#            C#
Rose of Cimarron
C#              G#
Dusty days are gone
F#            C#
Rose of Cimarron
E                           C#m                 G#
Shadows touch the sand and look to see who's standin'
E                       C#m                     G#
Waitin' at your window, watchin' will they ever show
E                          C#m                       G#
Can you hear them calling? You know they have fallen on
E                            C#m                   D#  G#
Campfires cold and dark that never see a spark burn bright
C#               G#
Roll along, roll on
F#            C#
Rose of Cimarron
C#              G#
Dusty days are gone
F#            C#
Rose of Cimarron
E                              C#m              G#
Trails that brought them home echo names the've known
E                        C#m                G#
Four days high and lonely comin' to you only
E                              C#m                          G#
You're the one they'd turn to, the only one they knew who'd do
E                         C#m                 D#   G#
Ell her best to be around when the chips were down
C#               G#
Roll along, roll on
F#            C#
Rose of Cimarron
C#              G#
Dusty days are gone
F#            C#
Rose of Cimarron
E                           C#m                 G#
Shadows touch the sand and look to see who's standin'
E                       C#m                     D# G#
Waitin' at your window, watchin' will they ever show
C#               G#
Roll along, roll on
F#            C#
Rose of Cimarron
C#              G#
Dusty days are gone
F#            C#
Rose of Cimarron

   From Emmylou Harris  "Cimarron"
   Warner Brothers Records 1981
   Fools Gold Music(ASCAP)
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rexboxy wrote on August 27 2013, 02:32 pm

I didn't know for the longest time the writer and his connection with Poco and that Poco sang this (it's of course beautiful with their terrific harmony, but I'm attached to Emmylou's version) and then I looked up what the song was about because the words seemed so romantically western and mysterious and anyway, it's a pretty neat legend, although I had mixed feelings about this woman helping outlaws on their way, depending on what they'd done, I mean, what if one had done something truly awful and was on the cusp of doing something truly awful next and here she was, bandaging his bullet wounds feeding him soup? 5 stars on the chords as usual...though I do always check...just so my 5 stars stay meaningful...

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