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All My Trials chords

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#-------------------------------PLEASE NOTE-------------------------------------#
# This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
# song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
All My Trials chords
Joan Baez version (based on a Bahamian lullaby)

Capo I

C F\C 4x

C                           Gm
Hush little baby, don't you cry 
    C             Em            F  Fm
You know your mama  was born to die 
C  Am  Dm      Dm7   G   G7   C
All my trials, Lord, soon  be over 

    C                            Gm
The river of Jordan is muddy and cold                             
        C              Em            F   Fm
Well it chills the body  but not the soul
C  Am  Dm      Dm7   G   G7   C
All my trials, Lord, soon  be over 

     C                            Gm
I've got a little book with pages three 
    C         Em            F  Fm
And every page  spells liberty 
C  Am  Dm      Dm7   G   G7   C
All my trials, Lord, soon  be over 

C                    Em
Too late, my brothers 
                    F   Dm7
Too late, but never mind 
C  Am  Dm      Dm7   G   G7   C
All my trials, Lord, soon  be over 

   C                                    Gm
If living were a thing that money could buy
         C              Em                   F   Fm
Then the rich would live  and the poor would die
C  Am  Dm      Dm7   G   G7   C
All my trials, Lord, soon  be over 

      C                   Gm
There grows a tree in Paradise
        C               Em           F    Fm
And the pilgrims call it the Tree of Life 
C  Am  Dm      Dm7   G   G7   C
All my trials, Lord, soon  be over 

C                     Em
Too late, my brothers 
                    F   Fm
Too late, but never mind 
C  Am  Dm      Dm7   G   G7   C
All my trials, Lord, soon  be over 

C  Am  Dm      Dm7   G   G7   C
All my trials, Lord, soon  be over 

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Figuras 53 Feb 20, 2013 05:15 AM

Great tab! And I'm not really sure, but shouldn't there be an Em chord every time between C and F? Maybe that's just my imagination, it sounds a lot better to me with the Em though. ;)

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Pencom [tm] 29,667 Feb 20, 2013 07:22 AM

Thank you....I'm not 100% sure Baez puts the Em in there...but...I agree with you, it does sound fuller to have it....so I've made the changes and resubmitted to UG.
Thanks for the nice tip!
Pencom
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Figuras 53 Feb 21, 2013 03:32 AM

Thanks for the appreciation. :)
But I would really also add the Em to the bridges, also between C and F.
There it seems even more obvious to me. Try it out! :)

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