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Judy Collins - Judy Collins #3 - Album (1963)


1.  Anathea
2.  Bullgine Run
3.  Farewell
4.  Hey Nelly Nelly
5.  Ten O'Clock All Is Well
6.  The Dove
7.  Masters Of War
8.  In The Hills Of Shiloh
9.  The Bells Of Rhymney
10. Deportee/Plane Wreck At Los Gatos
11. Settle Down
12. Come Away Melinda
13. Turn, Turn, Turn! To Everything There Is A Season



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Track 1 - Anathea


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Intro]
Am              F    E7  Am
          Lo,   lo,  lo____

[Verse 1]
            Dm      Am        F
Lazlo Feher stole a stallion
                   Am    A7        Dm
Stole him from the Misty Mountain
                    Am
And they chased him and they caught him
       F    Dm         Am
And in iron chains they bound him


[Verse 2]
                    Dm Am    F
Word was brought to Anathea
                 Am     A7      Dm
That her brother was in prison
                   Am
"Bring me gold and six fine horses
       F      Dm        Am
I will buy my brother's freedom"


[Verse 3]
                         Dm       Am       F
"Judge, oh Judge, please spare my brother
                Am       A7      Dm
I will give you gold and silver"
                   Am
"I don't want your gold and silver
      F        Dm         Am
All I want are your sweet favours"


[Verse 4]
          Dm     Am      F
"Anathea, oh, my sister
                 Am        A7       Dm
Are you mad with grief and sorrow?
                Am
He will rob you of your flower
          F       Dm       Am
And he'll hang me from the gallows"


[Verse 5]
        Dm      Am        F
Anathea did not heed him
                   Am         A7       Dm
Straightway to the judge went running
              Am
In his golden bed at midnight
          F         Dm      Am
There she heard the gallows groaning


[Verse 6]
                 Dm      Am     F
"Cursed be that judge so cruel
                   Am     A7        Dm
Thirteen years may he lie bleeding
                 Am
Thirteen doctors cannot cure him
         F          Dm          Am
Thirteen shelves of drugs can't heal him


[Verse 7]
          Dm Am    F
"Anathea, Anathea
               Am     A7      Dm
Don't go out into the forest
                Am
There among the green pines standing
         F         Dm      Am
You will find your brother hanging"


[Outro]
Am              F    E7  Am
          Lo,   lo,  lo____



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Track 2 - Bullgine Run


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Intro]
Am

[Verse 1]
                           F               Am
Well, the smartest clipper you could find

Heave away, haul away
                                F          Am
It is the Margaret Evans on the Black Ball Line
F                                Am
Clear away the track and let the bullgine run


[Verse 2]
                 F               Am
Tell me now, are you most done?

Heave away, haul away

Every day we're closer to home
F                                Am
Clear away the track and let the bullgine run


[Verse 3]
                          F           Am
Well, tell me now are you bound to go

Heave away, haul away
                               F             Am
Off to Greenland where there's ice and snow

Clear away the track and let the bullgine run


[Verse 4]
                     F             Am
Tell me now, are you bound to sail

Heave away, haul away

Off to Greenland to catch the whale
F                                Am
Clear away the track and let the bullgine run


[Verse 5]
                          F           Am
Well, I though I heard my captain say

Heave away haul away

In another week we'll get more pay
F                                Am
Clear away the track and let the bullgine run


[Verse 6]
                 F               Am
Tell me now, are you most done?

Heave away, haul away

Every day we're closer to home
F                                Am
Clear away the track and let the bullgine run


[Verse 7]
                           F               Am
Well, the smartest clipper you could find

Heave away, haul away
                                F          Am
It is the Margaret Evans on the Black Ball Line
F                                Am
Clear away the track and let the bullgine run




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Track 3 - Farewell


CAPO: 4th Fret



[Intro]
D   G   D   G   D

[Verse 1]
                           G       D
Oh, it's fare thee well my darlin' true
                   G                 A
I'm leavin' in the first hour of the morn
    D                        G   D
I'm bound off for the Bay of Mexico
             A            D
Or maybe the coast of Californ


[Chorus]
        A   G     D
So it's fare thee well my one true love
            G      D            A
We'll meet another day, another time
             D
It ain't the leavin'
         G        D
That's a-grievin' me
                       A               D
But my true love who's bound to stay behind


[Verse 2]
                                      G          D
Oh, the weather is against me and the wind blows hard
                     G            A
And the rain she's a-turnin' into hail
  D                                G             D
I still might strike it lucky on a highway goin' west
           A                          D
Though I'm travelin' on a path beaten trail


[Chorus]
        A   G     D
So it's fare thee well my one true love
            G      D            A
We'll meet another day, another time
             D
It ain't the leavin'
         G        D
That's a-grievin' me
                       A               D
But my true love who's bound to stay behind


[Verse 3]
                               G       D
I will write you a letter from time to time
                        G              A
As I'm ramblin' you can travel with me too
        D                     G         D
With my head, my heart and my hands, my love
                   A                  D
I will send what I learn back home to you


[Chorus]
        A   G     D
So it's fare thee well my one true love
            G      D            A
We'll meet another day, another time
             D
It ain't the leavin'
         G        D
That's a-grievin' me
                       A               D
But my true love who's bound to stay behind


[Verse 4]
                       G               D
I will tell you of the laughter and of troubles
            G                 A
Be them somebody else's or my own
        D                          G           D
With my hands in my pockets and my coat collar high
                A             D
I will travel unnoticed and unknown


[Chorus]
        A   G     D
So it's fare thee well my one true love
            G      D            A
We'll meet another day, another time
             D
It ain't the leavin'
         G        D
That's a-grievin' me
                       A               D
But my true love who's bound to stay behind


[Verse 5]
                                  G                D
I've heard tell of a town where I might as well be bound
                         G       A
It's down around the old Mexican plains
     D                           G        D
They say that the people are all friendly there
             A                  D
And all they ask of you is your name


[Chorus]
        A   G     D
So it's fare thee well my one true love
            G      D            A
We'll meet another day, another time
             D
It ain't the leavin'
         G        D
That's a-grievin' me
                       A               D
But my true love who's bound to stay behind



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Track 4 - Hey Nelly Nelly


CAPO: 4th Fret



[Intro]
C  F  C  F

[Verse 1]
C
Hey Nelly, Nelly, come to the window
                  F           G      A
Hey Nelly, Nelly, look to the what I see
     D           Am        D         Am
He's ridin' into town on a sway-back mule
           D          Am         D            Am
He's got a tall black hat and he looks like a fool
   Dm      Em                F       G
He sure is talkin' like he's been to school
         Am       Em    D      Am  D  Am
And it's Eighteen Fifty-Three


[Verse 2]
C
Hey Nelly, Nelly, listen what he's sayin'
                     F         G       A
Hey Nelly, Nelly, he says it's gettin' late
       D         Am          D         Am
And he says them black folks should be free
   D     Am        D               Am
To walk around the same as you and me
     Dm       Em              F            G
He's talkin' about a thing he calls democracy
         Am       Em    D      Am  D  Am
And it's Eighteen Fifty-Eight


[Verse 3]
C
Hey Nelly, Nelly, hear the band a-playing
                  F       G       A
Hey Nelly, Nelly, hand me down my gun
        D       Am               D        Am
For the men are cheerin' and the boys are too
        D           Am       D        Am
They're all puttin' on their coats of blue
  Dm         Em             F       G
I can't sit around here and talk to you
         Am       Em    D    Am  D  Am
And it's Eighteen Sixty-One


[Verse 4]
C
Hey Nelly, Nelly, come to the window
                  F         G     A
Hey Nelly, Nelly, I've come home alive
   D       Am      D            Am
My coat of blue is stained with red
        D          Am         D      Am
And the man in the tall black hat is dead
       Dm         Em              F         G
But we sure will remember all the things he said
   Am       Em    D     Am  D  Am
In Eighteen Sixty-Five



[Verse 5]
C
Hey Nelly, Nelly, come to the window
                  F       G      A
Hey Nelly, Nelly, look at what I see
      D               Am       D               Am
I see white folks and coloured walkin' side by side
        D            Am              D       Am
They're walking in a column that's a century wide
         Dm         Em         F      G
It was a long and a hard and a bloody ride
   Am       Em    D      Am  D  A
In Nineteen Sixty-Three



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Track 5 - Ten O'Clock All Is Well


CAPO: 5th Fret



[Intro]
G  F  G  F  G  F  G  F  G

[Chorus]
      F     G      F    G
Ten o'clock, all's well
      F     G      F    Em
Ten o'clock, all's well
           D       Em            D    Em
Town crier calling, swinging his bell
      D     Em     D    Gm
Ten o'clock, all's well


[Verse 1]
               Bb            Gm          Bb  Gm
Except for the girl with the tear in her eye
                 Dm          G          Dm  Bb
Whose sailor has left with a bitter goodbye
                Am        Bb          Am
He swore on his life they never would part
    F                Am            D
But he sailed and he left with her heart


[Interlude]
D    G  F  G  F  G


[Chorus]
         F     G      F    G
Eleven o'clock, all's well
         F     G      F    Em
Eleven o'clock, all's well
           D       Em           D    Em
Town crier calling, ringing his bell
         D     Em     D    Gm
Eleven o'clock, all's well


[Verse 2]
                   Bb            Gm        Bb  Gm
Oh, where were her words when he turned to go
                    Dm          G          Dm   Bb
Of the new life within her, now he'd never know
                       Am            Bb           Am
She walked through the night full of grief and despair
         F          Am       D
Crying, "Why has he gone and where?"


[Interlude]
D    G  F  G  F  G


[Chorus]
      F     G      F    G
Twelve o'clock, all's well
         F     G      F    Em
Twelve o'clock, all's well
           D       Em           D    Em
Town crier calling, ringing his bell
         D     Em     D    Gm
Twelve o'clock, all's well


[Verse 3]
                   Bb          Gm      Bb  Gm
She thought of her man who had sailed away
           Dm           G         Dm  Bb
Not even a kiss when he left that day
                  Am             Bb            Am
She walked to the dock where the sea meets the town
    F                    Am            D
And she stepped from the shore and she drowned



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Track 6 - The Dove

(This song is sung a Capella - there are no chords)


[Verse 1]
The dove she is a pretty bird, she sings as she flies
She brings us glad tidings and tells us no lies
She drinks the spring waters to make her voice clear
When her nest she is building and summer is near


[Verse 2]
Come all you young fellows take warning by me
Don't go for a soldier, don't join no army
For the dove she will leave you, the raven will come
And death will come marching at the beat of a drum


[Verse 3]
Come all you pretty fair maids, come walk in the sun
And don't let your young man ever carry a gun
For the gun, it will scare her, and she'll fly away
And then there'll be weeping by night and by day


[Verse 4]
The dove she is a pretty bird, she sings as she flies
She brings us glad tidings and tells us no lies
She drinks the spring waters to make her voice clear
When her nest she is building and summer is near




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Track 7 - Masters Of War



[Intro]
Am  G Am  G Am  G Am  G Am

[Verse 1]
                 G  Am  G Am
Come you masters of war
               G       Am   G Am
You that build all the guns
                   G     Am     G Am
You that build the death planes
                   G   Am    G Am
You that build the big bombs
                G    Am    G Am
You that hide behind walls
                G    Am    G Am
You that hide behind desks
                G  Am   G Am
I just want you to know
                  G    Am    G Am
I can see through your masks


[Verse 2]
               G    Am      G Am
You that never done nothing
          G    Am    G Am
But build to destroy
              G  Am    G Am
You play with my world
               G      Am  G Am
Like it’s your little toy
                 G  Am   G Am
You put a gun in my hand
                  G  Am   G Am
And you hide from my eyes
                 G   Am      G Am
And you turn and run farther
              G       Am  G Am
When the fast bullets fly


[Verse 3]
           G  Am  G Am
Like Judas of old
            G Am    G Am
You lie and deceive
                G  Am  G Am
A world war can be won
            G    Am    G Am
You want me to believe
                  G    Am   G Am
But I see through your eyes
                  G    Am    G Am
And I see through your brain
                   G   Am    G Am
Like I see through the water
               G  Am    G Am
That runs down my drain


[Verse 4]
           G   Am       G Am
You fasten the triggers
               G  Am   G Am
For the others to fire
                  G   Am    G Am
Then you sit back and watch
                     G    Am     G Am
When the death count gets higher
            G    Am      G Am
You hide in your mansion
         G        Am    G Am
As young people’s blood
             G     Am     G Am
Flows out of their bodies
                 G   Am  G Am
And is buried in the mud


[Verse 5]
                  G     Am   G Am
You’ve thrown the worst fear
              G  Am     G Am
That can ever be hurled
        G     Am       G Am
Fear to bring children
     G   Am    G Am
Into the world
                G  Am   G Am
For threatening my baby
           G Am    G Am
Unborn and unnamed
                G   Am    G Am
You ain’t worth the blood
             G    Am    G Am
That runs in your veins


[Verse 6]
            G Am   G Am
How much do I know
            G  Am   G Am
To talk out of turn
                   G   Am    G Am
You might say that I’m young
                  G Am      G Am
You might say I’m unlearned
                      G Am   G Am
But there’s one thing I know
                   G    Am  G Am
Though I’m younger than you
           G     Am    G Am
Even Jesus would never
             G   Am G Am
Forgive what you do


[Verse 7]
               G   Am       G Am
Let me ask you one question
              G    Am   G Am
Is your money that good
                G  Am       G Am
Will it buy you forgiveness
                  G  Am    G Am
Do you think that it could
            G    Am   G Am
I think you will find
                      G   Am   G Am
When your death takes its toll
              G   Am   G Am
All the money you made
                    G    Am
Will never buy back your soul



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Track 8 - In The Hills Of Shiloh



[Intro]
C   Em   D   C   G   Am


[Verse 1]
C        Em    D     C
Have you seen Amanda Blaine
G                  Am
In the Hills of Shiloh
C         Em          D       C
Wandering through the morning rain
G                  Am
In the Hills of Shiloh


[Verse 2]
C        Em       D      C
Have you seen her at her door
G                        Am
Listening for the cannon roar
C       Em      D       C
And the man who went to war
G                  Am
From the Hills of Shiloh


[Verse 3]
C        Em        D        C
Have you heard her mournful cries
G                  Am
In the Hills of Shiloh
C        Em       D       C
Have you seen her haunted eyes
G                  Am
In the Hills of Shiloh


[Verse 4]
C        Em       D       C
Have you seen her running down
G                            Am
Searching through the sleepy town
C      Em       D       C
In her yellowed wedding gown
G                  Am
In the Hills of Shiloh


[Verse 5]
C        Em       D        C
Have you seen her standing there
G                  Am
In the Hills of Shiloh
C      Em      D           C
Wind a blowing through her hair
G                  Am
In the Hills of Shiloh


[Verse 6]
C         Em      D        C
Listening for the sound of guns
G                         Am
Listening for the rolling drums
C       Em      D     C
And the man who never comes
G                  Am
To the Hills of Shiloh


[Verse 7]
C        Em    D      C
Have you heard Amanda sing
G                  Am
In the Hills of Shiloh
C          Em     D       C
Whispering to her wedding ring
G                  Am
In the Hills of Shiloh


[Verse 8]
C        Em      D        C
Hear her humming soft and low
G                   Am
Poor Amanda doesn't know
C          Em    D      C
Twas ended forty years ago
G                  Am
In the Hills of Shiloh



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Track 9 - The Bells Of Rhymney


CAPO: 3rd Fret



[Intro]
G

[Verse 1]

Oh, what will you give me?
C           G        A   G
Say the sad bells of Rhymney

Is there hope for the future?
F       Am             D
Say the brown bells of Merthyr
    G
Who made the mine owner?
F       Am             D
Say the black bells of Rhondda
    G
And who robbed the miner?
C       G             A   G
Say the grim bells of Blaina


[Verse 2]

Throw the vandals in court
C       G        A   G
Say the bells of Newport
                              Em
All would be well if, if, if, if
F       Am             D
Say the green bells of Cardiff
    G                   Em
Why so worried sisters? Why?
         C               A
Sang the silver bells of Wye
    G
And what will you give me?
C       G            A   G
Say the sad bells of Rhymney


[Verse 3]

Oh, what will you give me?
C           G        A   G
Say the sad bells of Rhymney
G
Is there hope for the future?
F       Am             D
Say the brown bells of Merthyr
    G
Who made the mine owner?
F       Am             D
Say the black bells of Rhondda
    G
And who robbed the miner?
C       G             A   G
Say the grim bells of Blaina


[Verse 4]

They will plunder willy-nilly
C       G            A   G
Say the bells of Caerphilly
G
They have fangs, they have teeth
F         Am            D
Shout the loud bells of Neath
     G
Even god is uneasy
F       Am             D
Say the moist bells of Swansea
    G
And what will you give me?
C       G            A   G
Say the sad bells of Rhymney


[Verse 5]

Throw the vandals in court
C       G        A   G
Say the bells of Newport
                              Em
All would be well if, if, if, if
F       Am             D
Say the green bells of Cardiff
    G                   Em
Why so worried sisters? Why?
         C               A
Sang the silver bells of Wye
    G
And what will you give me?
C       G            A   G
Say the sad bells of Rhymney


[Outro]
C    G    A    G
Oooh oooh oooh oooh
C    G    A    G
Oooh oooh oooh oooh



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Track 10 - Deportee/Plane Wreck At Los Gatos


CAPO: 3rd Fret



[Intro]
G  C  D  G

[Verse 1]
                             C           G
The crops are all in and the peaches are rotting
                                D        G
The oranges are packed in their creosote dumps
        C                       G
They're flying them back to the Mexican border
                            D          G
It takes all their money to wade back again


[Chorus]
C                       G
Goodbye to my Juan, goodbye Rosalita
      D         G
Adios mi amigos, Jesus y Maria
    C                          G
You won't have a name when you ride the big airplane
                            D        G    C  D  G
All they will call you will be 'Deportee'


[Verse 2]
                           C          D
My father's own father, he waded that river
                           D           G
They took all the money he made in his life
   C                         G
My sisters and brothers come work in the fruit trees
                          D             G
Rode that truck till they went down and died


[Verse 3]
                           C          G
Some of us are illegal and others not wanted
                               D            G
Our work contract's out and we have to move on
C                        G
Six hundred miles to the Mexican border
                                  D             G
They chase us like rustlers, like outlaws, like thieves


[Chorus]
C                       G
Goodbye to my Juan, goodbye Rosalita
      D         G
Adios mi amigos, Jesus y Maria
    C                          G
You won't have a name when you ride the big airplane
                            D        G    C  D  G
All they will call you will be 'Deportee'


[Verse 4]
                               C         G
The sky plane caught fire over Los Gatos canyon
                           D             G
A fireball of thunder that shook all the hills
        C                       G
Who are all these dear friends, scattered like dry leaves
                          D           G
The radio says, "They are just deportees"


[Verse 5]
                            C              G
Is this the best way we can raise our good orchards?
                            D             G
Is this the best way we can grow our good crops?
   C                        G
To die and be scattered, to rot on my topsoil
                           D          G
And be called by no name except "Deportees"?


[Chorus]
C                       G
Goodbye to my Juan, goodbye Rosalita
      D         G
Adios mi amigos, Jesus y Maria
    C                          G
You won't have a name when you ride the big airplane
                            D        G    C  D  G
All they will call you will be 'Deportee'



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Track 11 - Settle Down


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Intro]
C  E7  A   Dm  G  C  G

[Verse 1]
C         E7        A        F         A      Dm
I'm goin' down that highway, goin' to another town.
     C                            A              F          G      C
Baby when I find what I'm looking for, well then maybe I'll settle down


[Chorus]
C             F       C              F                C
Why don't you help me brother, I'm a stranger in your town
C             F       C            D          G      C
Why don't you help me brother, and maybe I'll settle down


[Verse 2]
C           E7       A             F       A     Dm
I worked my way from Boston to the San Francisco Bay
     C                  A               F     G        C
Baby what I was looking for, I couldn't find along the way


[Chorus]
C             F       C              F                C
Why don't you help me brother, I'm a stranger in your town
C             F       C            D          G      C
Why don't you help me brother, and maybe I'll settle down


[Verse 3]
C          E7      A         F      A       Dm
I've never been contented no matter where I roam
   C                             A               F    G        C
It ain't no fun to see a setting sun when you're far away from home


[Chorus]
C             F       C              F                C
Why don't you help me brother, I'm a stranger in your town
C             F       C            D          G      C
Why don't you help me brother, and maybe I'll settle down


[Chorus]
C             F       C              F                C
Why don't you help me brother, I'm a stranger in your town
C             F       C            D          G      C
Why don't you help me brother, and maybe I'll settle down



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Track 12 - Come Away Melinda


CAPO: 3rd Fret



[Intro]
Am   G   F   E7

[Verse 1]
Am      G               F
Mommy,  Mommy, come and look
                G
See what I have found
  Am           G
A little ways away from here
F     Am             E7
While digging in the ground


[Chorus]
C     G
Come away Melinda
Em          Bm
Come in and close the door
     C        G              Bm
It's nothing, just a picture book
                    Em
They had before the war


[Verse 2]
Am      G               F
Mommy,  Mommy, come and see
        G
Mommy,  come and look
Am                        G
Why, there's four or five little Melinda girls
F         Am      E7
Inside my picture book


[Chorus]
C     G
Come away Melinda,
Em          Bm
Come in and close the door
C                  G                 Bm
There were lots of little girls like you
                    Em  Fm
Before they had the war


[Verse 3]
A#m       G#              F#
Oh Mommy, Mommy, come and see
      G#
Mommy hurry do
A#m          G#
Why, there's someone in a pretty dress
F#                      A#m
She's all grown up like you
          Bm7
Won't you tell me why?


[Chorus]
C#    G#
Come away Melinda
Fm          Cm
Come in and close the door
C#       G#          Cm
That someone is your mommy
    Am7            F
You had before the war


[Verse 3]
Am     G
Mommy, Mommy
F       G
Tell me if you can
Am               G               F
Why can't things be the way they were
Am               E7
Before the war began?


[Chorus]
C     G
Come away Melinda
Em          Bm
Come in and close the door
    C              G
The answer lies in yesterday
Bm                  Em
Before they had the war



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Track 13 - Turn, Turn, Turn! To Everything There Is A Season


CAPO: 1st Fret



[Intro]
G

[Chorus]
               C     Em    D
To everything, turn, turn, turn
G                  C     Em    D     C
There is a season, turn, turn, turn
      D                            G
And a time for every purpose under heaven


[Verse 1]
             D               G
A time to be born, a time to die
          D                G
A time to plant, a time to reap
          D               G
A time to kill, a time to heal
          C        D       G
A time to laugh, a time to weep


[Chorus]
               C     Em    D
To everything, turn, turn, turn
G                  C     Em    D     C
There is a season, turn, turn, turn
      D                            G
And a time for every purpose under heaven


[Verse 2]
                D                   G
A time to build up, a time to break down
          D                G
A time to dance, a time to mourn
          D         G
A time to cast away stones
          C      D        G
A time to gather stones together


[Chorus]
               C     Em    D
To everything, turn, turn, turn
G                  C     Em    D     C
There is a season, turn, turn, turn
      D                            G
And a time for every purpose under heaven


[Verse 3]
          D               G
A time to love, a time to hate
          D              G
A time of war, a time of peace
       D         G
A time you may embrace
          C       D      G
A time to refrain from embracing


[Chorus]
               C     Em    D
To everything, turn, turn, turn
G                  C     Em    D     C
There is a season, turn, turn, turn
      D                            G
And a time for every purpose under heaven


[Verse 4]
          D            G
A time to gain, a time lose
          D               G
A time to rend, a time to sew
          D               G
A time to love, a time to hate
  C          D       G
I swear it's not too late


[Chorus]
               C     Em    D
To everything, turn, turn, turn
G                  C     Em    D     C
There is a season, turn, turn, turn
      D                            G
And a time for every purpose under heaven
      D                            G
And a time for every purpose under heaven



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