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John Edmond - The Zeederberg Chords

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Zeederberg - John Edmond


G                 C                       G
My name is Peter Cobbly, from Somerset I come
                   C         D G
I rode up with the column in 1891
     D                 G              D           G
I’ve blazed along with Burnham, I’ve ridden with Selous
      D                 G              D           G
I’ve shaken hands with Cecil Roads and Dr Jameson too


Chorus

       C       D             G 
Ladadadum Ladadum Oh for the Zeederberg
    C             G            D               D7  G
To roll on in and bring me, a little breath of England (x 2)

                   C               D          G 
I left my heart in England, when I set out to Rome
                     C            D                    G   
And fourteen golden guineas I’ve saved and sent back home
  D                   G            D             G
I have some land I’m planting, in green Mashona land
  D               G             D               G
I wrote a proper letter home to ask for Rosies hand


Chorus 

                    C             D            G
No nightingale can sing here, no cuckoo in the dell
                 C              D            G
No glory of the spring here, no golden daffodil
    D                G            D              G
But we will have the nightjar and lilies of the flame
    D                 G         D              G
And all the sounds of Africa to sing me Rosies name


Chorus

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