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Crossing Muddy Waters ukulele

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
I decided to put the chords up because no-one else has yet. I personallly think this 
song sounds better with capo on the second fret. and when you start the song hammer on the 
E string twice.

Capo 2nd
Intro: F,F,G,Am,F,G,F



F                             F
baby's gone and i don't know why
     G               Am
she headed out this morning
                              F
like a rusty shot in a hollow sky
     G               F
she left me without warning

F                             F
sooner than the dogs could bark
G               Am
faster than the sun rose
                              F
down to the banks in an old mule cart
     G               F
she took a flat boat 'cross the shallows

               F
left me in my tears to drown
     G             Am
she left a baby daughter
                                   F
now the river's wide and deep and brown
       G              F
she's crossing muddy waters


F                             F
tobacco standing in the fields
  G               Am
be rotten come november
                              F
and a bitter heart will not reveal
     G               F
a spring that love remembers

when that sweet brown girl of mine
hair black as a raven
we broke the bread and drank the wine
from a jug that she'd been saving

               F
left me in my tears to drown
     G             Am
she left a baby daughter
                                   F
now the river's wide and deep and brown
       G              F
she's crossing muddy waters

baby's crying and the daylight's gone
that big oak tree is groaning
in a rush of wind and a river song
i can hear my true love moaning

crying for her baby child
oh crying for her husband
crying for that rivers wild
to take her from her loved ones

               F
left me in my tears to drown
     G             Am
she left a baby daughter
                                   F
now the river's wide and deep and brown
       G              F
she's crossing muddy waters
                                   F
now the river's wide and deep and brown
       G              F
she's crossing muddy waters

            
            
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