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Man Of Constant Sorrow Chords

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Man of Constant Sorrow
Arranged By Bob Dylan
Chored by Russ Stone

D      G               C
I am a man of constant sorrow
C/B       D              G      bass notes C B A as lead into D chord
I've seen trouble all my days
 D           G          C
I'll say goodbye to Colorado
            D               G        D
Where I was born and partly raised

D             G           C
Your mother says I'm a stranger
C/B       D              G      bass notes C B A as lead into D chord
My face you'll never see no more
 D               G       C
But there's one promise darling
              D               G        D
I'll see you on God's golden shore

D                    G                  C
Through this open world I'm about to ramble
C/B               D              G      bass notes C B A as lead into D chord
Through ice and snows sleet and rain
 D           G                    C
I'm about to ride that morning railroad
              D            G        D
Perhaps I'll die on that train

D            G       C
I'm going back to Colorado
C/B       D              G      bass notes C B A as lead into D chord
The place that I started from
 D         G                    C
If I had known how bad you'd treat me honey
    D               G
I never would have come
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hairyboy 10 Jun 10, 2007 01:31 PM

not right att all, sounds pretty false to me :S

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PukeBileForever 52 Feb 21, 2008 08:08 AM

It's sorta right depending on how you read it. I think this was stolen from the Dylanchords.info site. Anyway, the lower case chord listings on this tab are supposed to represent the little run that Dylan does on the A string between chords.(3-2-0, 0-2-3, etc.) There are more runs in the song then what are listed here. Just throw them in randomly.

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xflost 270 Jan 16, 2011 10:57 AM

It's right, just simplified

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