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Wildwood Flower - Joan Baez
From her 1960 album

Capo 4

[Intro - guitar and banjo play the verse tune and chords]

G D G X2

G C G

G D G

[Verse 1]
       G                        D           G
I will twine with my mingles of raven black hair
         G                    D         G
With the roses so red and the lilies so fair;
    G                          C       G
The myrtle so bright with it's emerald dew
                                D            G
And the pale and the leader and eyes look so blue.


[Verse 2]
       G                          D             G
I will dance, I would sing and my life shall be gay.
       G                         D            G
I will charm every heart, in its crown I will sway.
     G                              C         G      
When woke from my dreaming, and all idols was clay
        G                      D          G
And all portions of lovin' had all flown away.


[Instrumental- guitar and banjo play the verse tune and chords]

G D G X2

G C G

G D G

[Verse 3]
   G                         D           G
He taught me to love him and promised to love
    G                   D       G
And cherish me over all others above.
   G                          C          G
My poor heart is wond'ring no misery can tell.
   G                      D            G
He left me no warning, no words of farewell.


[Verse 4]
   G                         D             G
He taught me to love him and called me his flower
         G                             D            G
That was blooming to cheer him through life's weary hour.
       G                    C             G
How I long to see him and regret the dark hour
     G                      D             G
He's gone and neglected his pale wildwood flower.


[Outro]
G D G X2

G C G

G D G

            
            
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