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Indian Wedding Chords

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Indian Wedding 

      C                  		      G7         
There once was an Indian brave by the name of Yellow Hand 
 						      C
He fell in love with the maiden known as White Sand.
 							G7 
They vowed their love would last forever more 
                                       C 
then came the day that they had waited for 

Yellow Hand brought her a golden feather 
White Sands said a prayer for good weather 
The ceremonial dance grew loud and strong 
Then Yellow Hand began their wedding song. 

Chorus:
C      G7       C 
Oooooooooh Oooh Ooooh 
F                        C
Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh, ooh ooh 
  G7                       
Tonight, tonight, we will be one. 
      C      
We’ll walk in the land of the midnight sun 
G7                                  C     D
Oh, White Sand, come hold my lonely hand. 

          D                              A7  
Then they left the warmth of the wedding fire, 
                              D
rode into the hills, climbing higher 
And suddenly the snow came swirling down 
they were lost, the trail could not be found. 

Chorus w\ chords D A7 G D . 
 
     E                       B7
They never returned from paradise 
                                 E
they went to their places in the skies. 
And the old ones still say when the snowflakes fly 
if you listen close, you will hear him cry. 

Chorus w\ chords E B7 A E



by: José Duarte
jtduarte1@gmail.com
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