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Winnipeg ukulele

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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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Date: Sat, 18 Oct 1997 22:42:43 -0400
From: Greg Yuriy 
To: guitar@olga.net, acoustic@olga.net
Subject: CRD: Winnipeg by the Tom Russell Band

Winnipeg
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by:  The Tom Russell Band
written by:  Tom Russell - Frontera Music


D
How's the weather in Winnipeg?
D
The broke down nags with the bandaged legs
D  Em
At Assinaboa Downs
Em
The night we painted the town
Em            D
A dark, dark blue
D
Stolen thunder in Thunder Bay
D
Woke up knowin' that we came the wrong way
D     Em
So we turned it all around
Em
To the cold hard sound
Em                 D
The turnin' of the gears
D      Em
To the blood hard sound
Em                 D
The turnin' of the years


Chorus:

C      D          D        C
I was thinkin' of you last night
C            D              D        C
North of the border and the Northern Lights
C         D             D      C
One horse town with the Indian name
    Bm                            Em
And all the gentle words, I could never say
     C                            D               D   C   D   C
Love shines in the night, in the morning its gone away


D
Cup of coffee in old Moose Jaw
D
Used to be the hideout of a bad outlaw
D     Em
Named Al Capone
Em
His fedora on
Em                  D
Walkin' through the snow
D
We headed west, then it all broke up
D
Skull-Smashed-In-Buffalo-Jump
Em
Rockin' and a reelin'
Em
That old buffalo feelin'
Em                     D
Of fallin' through the air
D   Em
And never really knowin' how the hell
Em          D
We ended up there


Repeat Chorus

D
How's the weather in Winnipeg?
D
When the ice melts
D
On the first of May
D        Em
On those desolate streets
Em
One old Sikh
Em                D
In  a powder blue cab
D           Em
Is there an Indian name
Em                                 D
For the love and the trouble we've had...?


Repeat Chorus

>From the album Hurricane Season 1991 Stony Plain Music
Transcribed by:  Greg Yuriy
Feel free to send comments to yuriym@cyberbeach.net
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