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June Hymn Chords

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Capo - 2 
I really just copied and pasted the previous guys tab then transcribed it to fit 
the whole song, with some changes that are probably wrong. I played it through 
myself and they sound okay though. 


Intro: G


Verse 1:
G                  D              Em   G           D              Em
Here's the hymn to welcome in the day, heralding a summer's early sway
                             C    C        Am    C
And all the bulbs all coming in   to begin
    C                 C               Am                G       D
The thrushes bleating battle with the wrens disrupts my reverie again


Verse 2:
G       D               Em
Pegging clothing on the line
G        D              Em                        C         Am
Training jasmine how to vine up the arbor to your door, and more
C                      C                Am                 G
You're standing on the landing with the war you shouldered all the night
D
before


Chorus 1: 
C                  D                     G               C 
And once upon it,  the yellow bonnets,  garland all the lawn
Am                    D                      G              C
And you were waking   and day was breaking,  a panoply of song
D                   C           G
And summer comes to Springville Hill


Verse 3:
G           D          Em     G                 D         Em
A barony of ivy in the trees, expanding out its empire by degrees
G           D                 Em            Am
And all the branches burst to bloom, in the boom
C                D        Em        C            D 
Heaven sent this cardinal maroon to decorate our living room


Chorus 2:
C                  D                     G          C 
And once upon it,  the yellow bonnets,  garland all along
Am                    D                      G              C
And you were waking   and day was breaking,  a panoply of song
D                   C           G
And summer comes to Springville Hill




Bridge:
C               D                 Em          C
And years from now when this old light isn't ambling anymore
Am      D              G      D         Em 
Will I bring myself to writ-E-ite-E-ite-ite-E-ite
C                 D           G
I give my best to Springville Hill


Interlude: [G - Em - G - Em], then
           [C - C - Am - G], then
           [C - C - Am - G - D]


Chorus 3:
C                  D                     G          C 
And once upon it,  the yellow bonnets,  garland all along
Am                    D                      G              C
And you were waking   and day was breaking,  a panoply of song
D                   C           G
And summer comes to Springville Hill
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ElTrotsky wrote on August 2 2014, 08:27 pm

Great job on this one! I know it seems a bit pedantic and pointless to mention (but I can't help myself), that last line ("And summer comes to Springville Hill") is actually repeated twice there at the end. But still, good job, love this song.

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Hard Ei8ht wrote on April 3 2015, 11:25 pm

Great chords, but the line "And all the branches burst to bloom, in the boom" should continue the Em from the line before and then switch to C and Am and then C again like the line "And all the bulbs all coming in to begin".

Just an oversight. Great job!

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