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The Death Of Queen Jane chords

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Easy and beautiful song for those who watched the great Inside Llewyn Davis
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[Intro]

G C G C


[Verse]

G                                         D
Queen Jane lay in labor full nine days or more
         C             G                 C  D      C
'Til her women grew so tired, they could no longer there
           G  D      G
They could no longer there
G                                          D
"Good women, good women, good women as you be
         C       G              C    D    C
Will you open my right side and find my baby
     G   D     G
And find my baby"
G                                                        D
"Oh no," cried the women, "That's a thing that can never be
        C            G         C         D      C
We will call on King Henry and hear what he may say
    G         D      G
And hear what he may say"
G                                       D
King Henry was sent for, King Henry did come
         C                  G
Saying, "What does ail you, my lady?
     C          D       C
Your eyes, they look so dim
     G          D       G
Your eyes, they look so dim"
G                                                  D
"King Henry, King Henry, will you do one thing for me?
         C             G        C    D     C
Will you open my right side and find my baby
    G    D     G
And find my baby"
G                                                           D
"Oh no," cried King Henry, "That's a thing that I can never do
      C                 G                 C         D     C
If I lose the flower of England, I shall lose the branch too
         G         D     G
I shall lose the branch too"
G                                                       D
There was fiddling and dancing on the day the babe was born
         C             G          C       D      C
But poor Queen Jane beloved, she lay cold as a stone
     G   D      G
Lay cold as a stone

            
            
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hookeye 10 Jan 01, 2014 09:21 AM

I think I've found some corrections. Please see below:

G D
Queen Jane lay in labor full nine days or more
C G D G walk up to C
'Til her women grew so tired, they could no longer there
G D G
They could no longer there
G D
"Good women, good women, good women as you be
C G D G walk up to C
Will you open my right side and find my baby
G D G
And find my baby"
G D
"Oh no," cried the women, "That's a thing that can never be
C G D G walk up to C
We will call on King Henry and hear what he may say
G D G
And hear what he may say"

G D
King Henry was sent for, King Henry did come
C G D
Saying, "What does ail you, my lady?
G walk up to C
Your eyes, they look so dim
G D G
Your eyes, they look so dim"
G D
"King Henry, King Henry, will you do one thing for me?
C G D G walk up to C
Will you open my right side and find my baby
G D G
And find my baby"
G D
"Oh no," cried King Henry, "That's a thing that I can never do
C G D G walk up to C
If I lose the flower of England, I shall lose the branch too
G D G
I shall lose the branch too"
G D
There was fiddling and dancing on the day the babe was born
C G D G walk up to C
But poor Queen Jane beloved, she lay cold as a stone
G D G
Lay cold as a stone

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rob.maxercise 10 Feb 04, 2014 07:08 AM

Seems to me the verses are not just Gmaj, rather the chord transition back and forth from G to Dmaj. This Dmaj would be played as a Cmaj chord up one whole step, making it technically a Dsus4

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cousindud1 380 Feb 10, 2014 12:30 PM

definitely an Em in the verse, pretty lame sheets here.

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