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Lord Franklin chords

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            G                                   C
It was homeward bound one night on the deep,
Am7
                         D              G    
Swinging in my hammock, I fell asleep.
                         C            G
I dreamed a dream and I thought it true,
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               D
Concerning Franklin,


C                 G
And his gallant crew.
            G                            C
With a hundred sailors he sailed away
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                          D            G    
The frozen ocean in the month of may
                    C               G
To seek a passage around the pole
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                     D
Where we poor sailors ,


C                        G
sometimes have to go.
       G                            C
Through cruel hardships they vainly strove;
Am7
                          D            G    
Their ship on mountains of ice was drove;
                    C               G
Only the Indian with his skin canoe,
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                     D
Was the only one,


C                        G
that ever came through.
     G                            C
In Baffin bay where the whale-fish blow
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                          D            G    
The fate of Franklin, no man may know;
                    C               G
The fate of Franklin, no tongue may tell,
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                     D
Where Franklin along,


C                        G
with his sailors does dwell.
  G                            C
And now my burden, it brings me pain;
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                          D            G    
For my long, lost Franklin I would cross the main;
                    C               G
Ten thousand guineas I would freely give
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                     D
To say on Earth,

C                        G
that my Franklin does live..
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