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Girl From The North Country Chords

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girl from the north country- bob dylan (freewheelin')

this is one of my favorite dylan songs. and note that some of the lines from
'scarborough fair/canticle' by simon and garfunekl are taken form this song.

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intro G G G G G 

 Em                               C          G
 Well, if you're travelin' in the north country fair,
 Em                               C         G
 Where the winds hit heavy on the borderline,
 Em             C              G
 Remember me to one who lives there.
Em              D            G 
She once was a true love of mine.

verses: 

 Well, if you go when the snowflakes storm,
 When the rivers freeze and summer ends,
 Please see if she's wearing a coat so warm,
 To keep her from the howlin' winds.

 Please see for me if her hair hangs long,
 If it rolls and flows all down her breast.
 Please see for me if her hair hangs long,
 That's the way I remember her best.

 I'm a-wonderin' if she remembers me at all.
 Many times I've often prayed
 In the darkness of my night,
 In the brightness of my day.

 So if you're travelin' in the north country fair,
 Where the winds hit heavy on the borderline,
 Remember me to one who lives there.
 She once was a true love of mine.
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tobymono wrote on May 27 2006, 07:07 am

Nice and simple, sounds good with either finger picking or a soft strum, nice tab. Great song.

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the_ocean wrote on September 24 2006, 02:26 pm

It's actually a traditional song that Bob Dylan borrowed from for this song and for Boots of Spanish Leather. Simon and Garfunkel didn't nick any of the lines from this song, they just played the original traditional song.

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damienbelfast wrote on November 4 2006, 10:50 am

I just don't think its right....sorry

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