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Darcy Farrow – JOHN DENVER

G A D G D A D

Where the wal-[D] ker runs down 
thru the [G] Carson Valley [D] Plain
there lived a [Dm] maiden 
Darcy [E7] Farrow was her name.[A]

The [D] daughter of Old Dundee 
and fair [G] one was [D] she
the [G] sweet [A] est flow [D] er [G] 
that blo[D]omed o [A] ver the [D] range.

Her [D] voice was as sweet 
as the [G] sugar can-[D] dy
Her touch was as [Dm] soft 
as a [E7] bed of goose down [A]

her [D] eyes shone bright 
like the [G] pretty [D] lights
that [G] shine [A] in the [D] night 
[G] out of [D] Yerring [A] ton [D] town.

[D] She  [C] was courted 
by [G] young [E] Vandamere [D]
a fine lad was [Dm] he 
as [E7] I am to hear.[A]

He [D] gave her silver rings 
and [G] la- [E] cy [D] things
she [G] prom [A] ised to [D] wed 
[G] before the [D] snows [A] came that [D] year

But her [D] pony did stumble 
and [G] she did [D] fall
her dying touched the [Dm] hearts 
of [E7 ]us one and all [A]

Young [D] Vandy in his pain 
put a bullet [G] thru his  [D] brain
we [G] buried [A] them toge [D] ther 
as [G] the [D] snow be [A] gan to [D] fall.

[D] They [C] sing of Darcy Farrow 
[G] where [E] the Truckee [D] runs thru
they sing of her beaut [Dm] y 
in [E7] Virginia City, too.

[A]At [D] dusky sun-down 
to her name [G] they [E] drink a [D] round
and [G] to [A] young [D] Van- [G] dy 
whose [D] love [A] was [D[ true.
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forensicartist 1,086 wrote on April 24 2013, 04:10 pm

Where the wal-[D] ker runs down
thru the [G] Carson Valley [D] Plain
there lived a [D] maiden
Darcy [E7] Farrow was her name.[A]

The [D] daughter of Old Dundee
and fair [G] one was [D] she
the [G] sweet [A] est flow [D] er [G]
that blo[D]omed o [A] ver the [D] range.

Her [D] voice was as sweet
as the [G] sugar can-[D] dy
Her touch was as [D] soft
as a [E7] bed of goose down [A]

her [D] eyes shone bright
like the [G] pretty [D] lights
that [G] shine [A] in the [D] night
[G] out of [D] Yerring [A] ton [D] town.

[D] She [C] was courted
by [G] young [E] Vandamere [D]
a fine lad was [D] he
as [E7] I am to hear.[A]

He [D] gave her silver rings
and [G] la- [E] cy [D] things
she [G] prom [A] ised to [D] wed
[G] before the [D] snows [A] came that [D] year

But her [D] pony did stumble
and [G] she did [D] fall
her dying touched the [D] hearts
of [E7 ]us one and all [A]

Young [D] Vandy in his pain
put a bullet [G] thru his [D] brain
we [G] buried [A] them toge [D] ther
as [G] the [D] snow be [A] gan to [D] fall.

[D] They [C] sing of Darcy Farrow
[G] where [E] the Truckee [D] runs thru
they sing of her beaut [D] y
in [E7] Virginia City, too.

[A]At [D] dusky sun-down
to her name [G] they [E] drink a [D] round
and [G] to [A] young [D] Van- [G] dy
whose [D] love [A] was [D[ true.

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