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Columbus Stockade Blues chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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Date: Thu, 08 Jun 1995 10:38:22 -0400
From: ab399@virgin.usvi.net (Carl Butler)
Subject: Songs
To: G.Vaughn@ttacs.ttu.edu
Reply-to: ab399@virgin.usvi.net (Carl Butler)

This is just my first try at uploading to any site so bear with me:
Hope it works out. Any help appreciated.
Let me know how you like the song... It's one of my favorites.
 
 
             COLUMBUS STOCKADE BLUES
 
 
    I
1.) Way down,  in Columbus Georg - ia
    V                       I
    Wan-na go back to Tennessee
    I
    Way down,  in Columbus  Stock-ade
         V                               I
    My friends all turned their backs on me
 
 
 Chorus  
                IV                        I
   Well you can go,   and leave me if you want to
   IV                       V
   Nev-er let me cross your mind
               I
   For in your heart,  you love a-noth-er
   V                                  I
   Leave,  lit-tle dar-lin,   I don't mind 
 
                
  
 
2.) Last night,  as I lay sleep-ing
    I dream-ed I held you in my arms.
    When I a-woke,  I was mis-tak-en,
    I was lookin' through prison bars.
 
 
 Chorus
 
 
Anybody remember where or when this was originally done?
I remember it being one of the first "singin'" songs that
turned me on to guitar playing.  I guess most every picker
probably started out with "Wildwood Flower" as their first
instrumental?
Changes and/or additions welcome
Carl Butler (not of C&W fame)
ab399@virgin.usvi.net

            
            
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charissa 10 Feb 16, 2009 02:12 PM

what is with the roman numerals ?

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lemoser 10 Jan 15, 2010 09:50 PM

This song was one of the earliest hit recordings in country music. Darby & Tarlton's 1927 version established this song as a classic. Other versions by Bill Monroe, The Country Gentlemen, et al.
PS Charissa, think of the I,IV,V as C,F,G or G,C,D (for example) respectively!!!

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