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The Ghost Of Virginia chords

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Capo 7

[Verse 1]
         G
Well she comes out at night with the cold winds of December
              C                             G
And when it's quiet you hear her engines cry
          G
She blows smoke out her wheels and her gears pound the steel
        C         D             G
As they carry her home down the line
        G
Now I'm sure that you've heard stories as most of us have
       C                                 G
In the lunch counter and barber shop kids
          G
She's the Ghost of Virginia and from here up to Richmond
    C           D            G
She runs by the light of the Moon

[Verse 2]
       G
Well a few years back on the old Suffolk Road
         C                          G
Where it crosses the abandoned rail line
    G
My Grandpa claimed that he'd seen a freight train
       C         D            G
And it wasn't no sleek stream line
        G
She was cold black and steel and she screamed as she cut
     C               G
Her way clear of the pines
       G
But he swears to this day he can feel the earth shake
               C             D           G
And smell her smoke when the wind's just right

[Verse 3]
         G
Yeah but back in her day she was a real working horse
        C                     G
Haulin' coal out for old man Ward
        G
She was tied up with ribbons and set out to Richmond
        C        D          G
Haulin' soldiers during the war
       G
Ah but some say she wrecked and she rides these rails
       C                          G
Hopin' one day that she'll get it right
G
Others say she roams out picking up lost souls
C           D           G
Carryin 'em down to Carolina

[Verse 4]
   G
So if you're ever out on the old Suffolk Road
        C                     G
And you see this strangest of sights
          G
She's the Ghost of Virginia bound from Raleigh up to Richmond
          C         D          G
And you'd best stay out of her line
           C         D          G
Yeah you'd best stay out of her line

            
            
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hatboy21 10 Sep 04, 2017 07:54 PM

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