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The Lowering A Sad Day In Greenvilletown chords

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          THE LOWERING: A SAD DAY IN GREENVILLETOWN - The Avett Brothers
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Tabbed by: Macheeoo
E-mail: macheeoo@yahoo.com

Tuning: Standard CAPO II


   C                 Em
If I had known, your heart was down
     F             G
That lonely day in Greenvilletown
     C                 Em
Then I would have been more concerned
    F           G
But later on, I truly learned
    C              Em
How it can feel in every bone
    F                     G
To really see that you're all alone


    Am         F         C
But I'll, I'll kiss your head
     Am     F         C
When death finds your bed
            F
And you are gone


       C              Em
And if I had seen the way it would be
    F                    G
I'd hush your cries when you came to me
   C               Em
If I could do what I did to you
    F                       G
The same to me, and I would love for you to see


    Am      F       C
That I sleep with remorse
    Am           F        C
And regret hangs round my door 
        F
Forevermore


       C               Em
And if I had known the lowering tide
     F                G
Was lowering with the way you felt inside
   C               Em
If I had known all hope was gone
   F                  G
A broken heart and a broken home


     Am         F       C
That pierced my lover's past
     Am       F     C   
And carved a lonely path for 
        F
her to walk


      C             G
So if ever someone says to you
 F                    G
"Life isn't fair, get used to it"
     C                       Em
Then you should say -- "Well it might be
   F                   G
If folks like you would let it be"


    Am         F         C
But I'll, I'll kiss your head
     Am      F         C
When death becomes my bed
          F
And I am gone.

            
            
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