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Mother Maple chords

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[Intro]

C G C G


[Verse 1]

C
Long before I knew you I was tumbling back home
  C
I was just pushing down the pavement
 C
I was turning into stone
   Am                                           F                           C
And you run, and you run, and you run, and you run got to pick up your knees


[Verse 2]

C
As long as she don't kill us we'll be stronger in the end

And every boy out there on Bogle Street is dying to get in
 Am                                           F                           C
And you run, and you run, and you run, and you run got to pick up your knees
   C
And you run, and you run, and you run, and you run got to pick up your knees


[Verse 3]

C
She gave me room to amble, with brier and bramble

And the old red door was always open to the angels and the devils
F                              G                    C             Am                 F
And nobody was young when they heard her mouth when she told us everything we never knew
Dm                         G
It was the song of the grande madame


[Chorus]

         Am                        F
Mother Maple I drink from your syrup
          C                        G
And I am thankful for the blood that you bleed
                    Am                        F
We're in the sugar shack making our porridge
               C                    G
And you have given us more than we need
            Am                        F
And I see more and more how you suffer, and not for nothing
                 C                       G
But you can't often get the air that you need
            F                             C                            G
When your roots leave the earth I will stay and get my honey from the trees


[Verse 4]

C
Laughter in the cottage house, could last for hours long

When we heard the last gasp we all gave up our mother's song
        Am                           F
And you run, and you run, and you run, and you run, and you run


[Chorus]

         Am                        F
Mother Maple I drink from your syrup
           C                        G
And I am thankful for the blood that you bleed
             Am                        F
We're in the sugar shack making our porridge
               C                    G
And you have given us more than we need
             Am                        F
And I see more and more how you suffer, and not for nothing
                 C                       G
But you can't often get the air that you need
            F                             C                            G
When your roots leave the earth I will stay and get my honey from the trees


C G C G C

            
            
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