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Song: Guadalupe
Artist: Gretchen Peters (Featuring Tom Russell)
Album: One to the heart, one to the head
Composer: Tom Russell
Tabbed by: DJ
21st Mar 2013

Gretchen Peter's version
on 'One to the heart, one to the head'
CAPO: 3rd fret (sounds in key of Bb)

Tom Russell's own version on 'Blood & candle smoke'
CAPO: 4th fret (sounds in key of B)

Chord names and fret positions are relative to capo:
Dadd4/F# = xx403x    Am    = x02210
C/E      = xx201x    D/F#  = 20023x
G        = 320003    Gsus4 = 320013
                     C     = x32010

Live video of Gretchen playing this song:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF-z_2swaeM
Song starts at [1:24]

*****************************************************

[Intro]
Dadd4/F#  C/E        G
|  /   /   /   /  |  /  /  /  /  |  /  /  /  /  |


[Verse 1]
G                                G 
    There are ghosts out in the rain ...tonight,
G                             Am
    High up in those ancient trees,
                           D/F#
And I have given up with - out a fight,
                       G
Another blind fool on her knees,
G
    And all the gods that I've abandoned,
                          Am
Begin to speak in simple tongue,
                    D/F#
And, suddenly, I've come to know...
                                    G   Gsus4  G
...That there are no roads left to run!


[Verse 2]
                                G
Now it's the hour of dogs a - barking,
                                  Am
That's what the old ones used to say,
                           D/F#
It's first light, or it's sundown,
                                  G   Gsus4
Before the children cease their play,
G                                   
   And when the mountains glow like mission wine,
                             Am
Or turn grey like a Spanish roan,
                       D/F#
Ten thousand eyes will stop to worship,
                               G   Gsus4  G
Then turn away, and head for home!


[Chorus]
                             C
And she is reaching out her arms tonight,
                         G    Gsus4
And, yes, my poverty is real,
G                           Am
   I pray roses shall rain down again...
D/F#                          G  Gsus4
      From Guadalupe, on her hill,
G                                   C
    And, who am I to doubt these mysteries,
                       G         Gsus4          G
Cured in centuries of blood, and candle smoke?
                              Am
I am the least of all your pilgrims here,
D/F#                            G  Gsus4  G
      But I am most in need of hope!


[Break]
  G            Am                       D/F#
| /  /  /  / | /  /  /  / | /  /  /  / | /  /  /  / |

 D/F#          G           Gsus4         G
| /  /  /  / | /  /  /  / | /  /  /  / | /  /  /  / |


[Verse 3]
                           G
She appeared to Jaun Di - ego,
                           Am
She left her image on his cape,
                       D/F#
Five hundred years of sorrow...
                                  G   Gsus4
...Cannot destroy their deepest faith,
G
   So, here I am, your ragged disbeliever,
                             Am
A doubting Thomas drowns in tears,
                             D/F#
As I watch your church sink through the earth,
                                G   Gsus4
Like a heart worn down through fear!


[Chorus]
G                               C
   And she is reaching out her arms tonight,
                         G    Gsus4  G
And, yes, my poverty is real,
                         Am
I pray roses shall rain down again...
D/F#                          G  Gsus4  G
      From Guadalupe, on her hill,
G                                   C
    And, who am I to doubt these mysteries,
                        G        Gsus4
Cured in centuries of blood, and candle smoke?
G                                Am
    I am the least of all your pilgrims here,
D/F#                            G  Gsus4
      But I am most in need of hope!


[Coda]
G                                Am
   I am the least of all your pilgrims here,
D/F#                            G   Gsus4  G
      But I am most in need of hope!

 Dadd4/F#   C/E        G
|    /   /   /   /  |  /  ||
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robin159 66 May 15, 2017 05:21 AM

Thanks for this - pretty much spot on.

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