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Pretty Saro chords

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Aubrie Haynie accompanies Ashley Monroe on violin, but a slow, respectful guitar picker capo'ed on the 4th fret can make this song sound pretty good. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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Pretty Saro - Ashley Monroe & Aubrey Haynie
https://youtu.be/n1a42iHM-r0
Capo 4

[Verse]
       A2                 E
When I first come to this country
   D                  A2
in Eighteen and Forty-nine
      A2          E
I saw many fair lovers
                E
but I never saw mine
  E
I viewed it all around me
    D            A2
saw I was quite alone
    E
and me a poor stranger
      D             A2
and a long way from home

[Verse]
         A2                       E        
Well, my true love she won’t have me
         D           A2
and it’s this I understand
        A2                 E
For she wants some free holder
              E         
and I have no land
  A2           E
I couldn’t maintain her
   D          A2
on silver and gold
    E
but all of the other fine things
        D                  A2
that my love’s house could hold

[Chorus]
         A              E
Fare thee well to ol’ mother
          D                 A2
fare thee well to my father too
     A2              E
I am going for to ramble
                    E
this wide world all through
    E       
And when I get weary
     D            A2
I’ll sit down and cry
    E           A2
and think of my Saro
       D        A2
pretty Saro, my bride

[Verse]
        A2                    E
Well, I wished I was a turtle dove
    D               A2
Had wings and could fly
     A2                   E
Far away to my lover’s lodgings
   A2                 E
Tonight I’d drawn the line
    E            A2        E
And there in her lilywhite arms
    D             A2
I’d lay there all night
    E                         A2
and watch through them little wind’ers
        D          A2
for the dawning of day

            
            
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