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Crane Wife 3 Chords

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Its all in muted downstrokes until each chord change.  Its an open down up then down on 
new chord.  Then right back to muted down strokes.

D   A   G (2X)

D      A              G
And under the boughs unbound
D            A           G
All clothed in a snowy shroud
D          A            G
She had no heart so hardened
D      A              G
All under the boughs unbound

D   A   G  (2x)

D           A            G
Each feather it fell from skin
D           A         G
Till threadbare she grew thin
D              A         G
How where my eyes so blinded
D           A            G
Each feather it fell from skin

            D            A            G
And I will hang my head hang my head low
            D            A            G
And I will hang my head hang my head low

D   A   G (2X)

D           A            G
The gray sky looked bitter stained
D           A            G
A rain cloud and crane on wing
D           A            G
All out beyond horizons ohhhhhhhh
D         A      G
A gray sky a bitter stain

            D            A            G
And I will hang my head hang my head low (7X)

D   A   G (4X)
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walidb123 wrote on October 25 2007, 11:41 am

it's so simple but sounds great. i love this song.

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Annazaqt<3 wrote on December 27 2007, 05:39 pm

A good mandolin song =]

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nashawa wrote on February 11 2008, 02:50 pm

wow
3 chords never sounded so good

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