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Casimir Pulaski Day Chords

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The second tab for this song is correct for one of the guitar parts, but here's a
version with the lyrics. The song sounds OK with just the chords.
I think there are two guitars and maybe a harp, so this is by definition incomplete.

Capo: 1st fret

MAIN RIFF:
     D        C                Am   G
     v ^ v ^       v^       v^       v^
e|---2-2-2-3-------33-------00-------33--------------------------|
b|---3-3-3-1-------11-------11-------33--------------------------|
g|-2-2-2-2-0-------00-------22-------00--------------------------|
d|0--0-0-0-2---0/2-22---0/2-22-------00--------------------------|
a|-----------3--------2--------0--0/2--3-------------------------|
E|-------------------------------3-------------------------------|
v = Down stroke
^ = up stroke

Intro: Main Riff 2X

D                 C
Goldenrod and the 4H stone, 
    Am
the things I brought you, 
       G                               D  C  Am G
when I found out you had cancer of the bone 

D                        C
Your father cried on the telephone, 
       Am                     G
and he drove his car into the navy yard, 
        D                  C   Am  G
just to prove that he was sorry 

       D                    C
In the morning, through the window shade, 
         Am                            G
when the light pressed up against your shoulder blade, 
        D                           C  Am G
I could see what you were reading.
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akb wrote on April 24 2008, 01:01 am

There are two guitars and a banjo, Sufjan has a banjo in every song

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11yunited wrote on May 28 2008, 09:32 am

Which is just the way it ought to be, if you ask me.

The banjo is only strumming along though.. so if you have one spare you only need to fiddle with the chords.

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WellWellMrBond wrote on November 4 2008, 08:01 am

The outro of the song has a slight chord change in it. It's D, C, Am, Em.

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