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Man Of Constant Sorrow 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. #
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
Man Of Constant Sorrow chords
Rod Stewart (Dick Burnett 1913) *

D C G D 2x
C G D 2x
D

  D                    C
I am a man of constant sorrow,
                         D
I've seen trouble all my days
                        C
I'll say goodbye to Colorado,
                             D
where I was born and prob'ly raised

                        C
Your mother says I am a stranger,
                            D
my face you'll never see no more
                        C
But there's one promise darling,
                             D
I'll see you on God's golden shore

C G D 2x
D

                                     C
Through this open world I'm about to ramble,
                    D
dry snow, sleet and rain
                              C
I am about to rob the mornin' railroad,
                         D
perhaps I'll die on that train

                      C
I'm goin' back to Colorado,
                     D
place that I started from
                            C
If I'd knowed how bad you'd treat me,
                          D
honey, I never would have come

C G D 4x

* Alternate:

Capo II

C = Bb
G = F
D = C

Set8

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