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Southwood Plantation Road Chords

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A, E*E, D, A*A (x4 or something...)


A           E*E
i've got you
        D                               A*A
you've got whatever's left of me to get.
A                                    E*E
our conversations are like minefields
D                                     A*A
no one's found a safeway through one yet

A                    E*E
i spend alot of money
D                   A*A
i buy you white gold
A                        E*E
we raise up a little roof
D            E
against the cold...

                 A           D
on southwood plantation road
          A                        D
where at night the stars flow like milk across the sky
A                        E*E
where the high wires drop(?)
A                    D      Dm    A    E    
 D      A
where the fat crows fly


i just got tired of trying to find the chords to this song on the internet so i decided 
figure it out for myself.  it might not be totally right but it is pretty close.  when i 
A*A or E*E it means hit the chord hard twice (if you've heard the song you know what i mean)
this is one of my favorates and i hope i didn't totally mess it up
the rest of the song is pretty much the same but i don't have enough time to write it.  
hope this helpes your endeavors to learn every one of john's awesome songs.
i love the mountain goats!!!
matty-B
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Redleaf wrote on July 23 2006, 10:09 pm

Ah, wonderfull to see a TMG fan.

I think the progression is A, G, D. Then at the end of the chorus it goes down to a E, then F before changing back into A, G, D progression.

-Marc (Tallahassee, Florida)

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