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Doubletree ukulele

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CAPO 3

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The snow falls on the passes

And it covers up the rails
         F                             Dm
And the hired men ride up to make them clean
       Dm
It's a winter camp and a frozen damp

And a shovel in your hand
      F                                     Dm
And a coal train comes rumbling through the seam


     Dm                        
That morning came up shining
          F
Clear and sharp as broken glass
         F                       Dm
We were riding for the tracks at Sugaree
      Dm
All holler and high spirit
        F
And the devil take the last
    F                        Dm
And Henry lay a wager then to me

    Dm             
He said "I've got five dollars
         
And a whiskey at the bar
 F                               Dm
Says I make the tracks ahead of you"
       Dm
So we touched our horses up
                                 
Sent them running down the hill
      F                              Dm
And I did something I never meant to do

    Dm                    
Well I cut hard behind him
         Dm
From his blind side I come around
F                               Dm
Just as we were going down the scree
   Dm                                              Dm
I only meant to scare him but he tumbled to the ground
        F                         Dm
And he broke his neck beneath the doubletree

       F                         F         Dm
So you take him cut him out in a length of pine
F                          F               
Lay him out in a suit of clothes
F                 F
Best that you can find
F            F             Dm
Lay his body gentle in the ground
    F                F
And say a prayer for Henry
   F                Dm
Before you lay him down

     Dm                                        
The night before poor Henry died
                                        
We slept on open ground
     F                             Dm
The circus of the stars a blaze of white
Dm                                                               
Henry was the best friend that I ever had
      F                      F           Dm
And I slept still as a child      that night

            
            
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