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Among The Oak And Ash - Rose And Briar


CAPO: 3rd Fret



[Verse 1]
           G
All in the merry month of May
         F              G
When the green buds are swelling
           F           G        C
Dear love, Jim, on his deathbed lay
        G       F        G
For the love of Barb'rie Allen


[Verse 2]

He sent his servant into town
       F                   G
To the place where she was dwelling
             F        G         C
"My master's sick, he sends for you
        G       F        G
If your name is Barb'rie Allen"


[Verse 3]

Slow-la, slow-la, got she up
         F                 G
Slow-la, slow-la, went she nigh him
            F           G          C
And all she said as she kissed his lips
    G         F            G        C
“Oh Jim, I'm afraid you’re dying”


[Chorus]
                            G      C
"Mother, mother, go make my bed
                                    G         F
And lay me down, and lay me down in sorrow"
                                          G
"You have to choose", the preacher said

"I got the news, sweet Jim is dead
         F          G
And I'll join him tomorrow"


[Verse 4]
 
"Oh yes, oh yes, I'm low, indeed
           F                  G
And as for death, there is no telling
                  F        G       C
When it comes for me, I'll take my leave
         G         F        G
But I'll miss you, Barb'rie Allen"


[Verse 5]

He turned his pale face to the wall
                F                   G
She crossed the field, the bell was knelling
              F       G           C
It tolled the loss of young, bold Jim
             G        F        G
It broke the heart of Barb'rie Allen


[Verse 6]

And she was buried in the old churchyard
           F        G
And he was buried beside her
          F           G        C
From his grave grew a red, red rose
         G    F      G        C
And from hers grew a briar


[Chorus]
                            G      C
"Mother, mother, go make my bed
                                    G         F
And lay me down, and lay me down in sorrow"
                                          G
"You have to choose", the preacher said

"I got the news, sweet Jim is dead
         F          G
And I'll join him tomorrow"
     F          G
I'll join him tomorrow"
F          G
Join him tomorrow"


[Outro]   (repeat 8x - go fucking crazy on the last G)
G     F  G

            
            
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