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Among The Oak And Ash -  Devil Ship - Album (2011)


1.  Devil Ship
2.  The Redemption Of John Hardy
3.  Rose And Briar
4.  Billy And The Good Girl
5.  Among The Oak And Ash
6.  New York City, New York
7.  Red Rocking Chair
8.  Don't You Weep (I Could Never Forget You)
9.  Sing Sparrow Sing (The Ballad of Walter Kohn)
10. The Shaker's Daughter
11. Come All You Tenderhearted
12. The One Behind
13. Don't You Weep (I Could Never Forget You) (Alternate)
14. Marianne



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Track 1 - Devil Ship



[Intro]
Dm  C  Dm  C  Dm  C  Dm  C  

[Verse 1]
      Dm                C        Dm
"Well met, well met, my own true love
                          F
Well met, well met", said he
        Dm              C
"You've gone away with another, my love
            Dm
And thus forsaken me"


[Verse 2]
                     C      Dm
"I do not cry for my broken heart
                        F
And nor for your broken vow
     Dm                    C
It's for your children who ask after you
                Dm
That I'm crying now"


[Chorus]
    F           C
And I am just a house carpenter
     F           C
It's all I wanna be
        Dm                C
But you took from me everything that I had
                     Dm
And stole across the sea


[Verse 3]
                   C     Dm
"But leave it to a messenger
                  F
To only bring bad news
Dm             C
On the fly, he brought me to mine
                   Dm
None which I could use"


[Verse 4]
                          C       Dm
"Set sail, set sail", the captain said
                       F
"I have what I've come for"
   Dm              C
He gave to her the strangest lands
                  Dm
She'd ever seen before


[Chorus]
    F           C
And I am just a house carpenter
     F           C
It's all I wanna be
        Dm                C
But you took from me everything that I had
                     Dm
And stole across the sea


[Verse 5]
                       C      Dm
I've heard sad stories all my life
                   F
But none so sad as this
  Dm                C
A mile from shore a storm came forth
                        Dm
And stirred that black abyss


[Verse 6]
                      C         Dm
The gallant ship spun one time around
                         F
She prayed, "Forgive me, please"
     Dm                        C
"Too late, too late", said the devil's first mate
                          Dm
"Your soul belongs to the seas"


[Chorus]
    F           C
And I am just a house carpenter
     F           C
It's all I wanna be
        Dm                C
But you took from me everything that I had
                     Dm
And stole across the sea


[Verse 7]
                      C    Dm
Now, I'm not a man of many words
                  F
Or one of great discern
          Dm           C
There are many lessons that we are taught
                     Dm
And few that we will learn


[Verse 8]
                    C     Dm
What I can say, without regret
                      F
To keep you safe from wrath
   Dm                      C
Content yourself with your circumstance
                           Dm
Be happy with the life you have




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Track 2 - The Redemption Of John Hardy


CAPO: 2nd Fret




[Intro]
F  C  F  C   F  C

[Verse 1]
     G                    C
They say John Hardy was a bad man
G                      C
Low down and desperate too
        F
But you don't see the dark 
                                   C
That lurks in the heart, until you do


[Verse 2]
   G                    C
By then it's always too late
    G                 C
And somebody's got to pay
   F
In this case a man
                                  C    G
Who tried to steal a ham and get away


[Chorus]
     Am                F
"The love you gave me, couldn't save me"
G
From his lips to god, he whispered
 F                  C
"Don't you count on me
 F                  C
"Don't you count on me"
              G
I've done you wrong
                    F    Am  G  C
A mother's son is gone


[Verse 3]
   G                           C
In one hand he held his pistol steady
       G                    C
In the other, his drink, so well
   F
He toasted his friends
                                    C
"I'll see you all again, someday in hell


[Verse 4]
   G                  C
He made his way to Virginia
     G                 C
They caught him on the track
F
Shackled and chained
                                       C     G
They threw him on a train and sent him back


[Chorus]
     Am                F
"The love you gave me, couldn't save me"
G
From his lips to god, he whispered
 F                  C
"Don't you count on me
 F                  C
"Don't you count on me"
              G
I've done you wrong
                    F
A mother's son is gone


[Instrumental]
Am   F   G      Am   F   G


[Verse 5]
          N.C           C
In prison he started to praying
    G                   C
Was washed at the river bank
    F
The sentence handed out
                                    C
Left him little doubt that he would hang


[Verse 6]
        G                        C
And the good people came in from miles
    G                                C
The biggest crowd this town had ever seen
    F
And when the preacher sang
                                  C       G
We saw John Hardy hang, we were redeemed


[Chorus]
     Am               F
"The love I gave you, couldn't save you"
G
From the lips of god, who whispered
 F                  C
"Don't you count on me
 F                  C
"Don't you count on me"
              G
I've done you wrong
                    Am    G   F
A mother's son is gone


[Outro]
     C
Come home (come home)
     G
Come home (come home)
     Am                  F
Poor boy, won't you come home
     C
Come home (come home)
     G
Come home (come home)
     Am         G   C   F
Poor boy, won't you come home




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Track 3 - Rose And Briar


CAPO: 3rd Fret



[Verse 1]
           G
All in the merry month of May
         F              G
When the green buds are swelling
           F           G        C
Dear love, Jim, on his deathbed lay
        G       F        G
For the love of Barb'rie Allen


[Verse 2]

He sent his servant into town
       F                   G
To the place where she was dwelling
             F        G         C
"My master's sick, he sends for you
        G       F        G
If your name is Barb'rie Allen"


[Verse 3]

Slow-la, slow-la, got she up
         F                 G
Slow-la, slow-la, went she nigh him
            F           G          C
And all she said as she kissed his lips
    G         F            G        C
“Oh Jim, I'm afraid you’re dying”


[Chorus]
                            G      C
"Mother, mother, go make my bed
                                    G         F
And lay me down, and lay me down in sorrow"
                                          G
"You have to choose", the preacher said

"I got the news, sweet Jim is dead
         F          G
And I'll join him tomorrow"


[Verse 4]
 
"Oh yes, oh yes, I'm low, indeed
           F                  G
And as for death, there is no telling
                  F        G       C
When it comes for me, I'll take my leave
         G         F        G
But I'll miss you, Barb'rie Allen"


[Verse 5]

He turned his pale face to the wall
                F                   G
She crossed the field, the bell was knelling
              F       G           C
It tolled the loss of young, bold Jim
             G        F        G
It broke the heart of Barb'rie Allen


[Verse 6]

And she was buried in the old churchyard
           F        G
And he was buried beside her
          F           G        C
From his grave grew a red, red rose
         G    F      G        C
And from hers grew a briar


[Chorus]
                            G      C
"Mother, mother, go make my bed
                                    G         F
And lay me down, and lay me down in sorrow"
                                          G
"You have to choose", the preacher said

"I got the news, sweet Jim is dead
         F          G
And I'll join him tomorrow"
     F          G
I'll join him tomorrow"
F          G
Join him tomorrow"


[Outro]   (repeat 8x - go fucking crazy on the last G)
G     F  G




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Track 4 - Billy And The Good Girl


CAPO: 2nd Fret


## NOTE: ~ = Bass Walk-Down from G to Em ##




[Intro]
D  C  G    D  C  G

[Verse 1]
    D
Oh, where have you gone, Billy Boy, Billy Boy?
G                             Am
Where have you gone, charming Billy?
     C
I've gone to find my wife
          G
She's the darling of my life
      ~ Em            D                G
She's a good girl and cannot leave her mother


[Verse 2]
        D
Are her eyes still as bright, Billy Boy, Billy Boy?
        G                              Am
Are her eyes still as bright, charming Billy?
         C
Yes, her eyes are as bright
       G
As the stars are in the night
      ~ Em            D                G
She's a good girl and cannot leave her mother


[Verse 3]
        D
And she always goes to church, Billy Boy, Billy Boy?
    G                               Am
She always goes to church, charming Billy?
         C
Yes, she always goes to church
     G
In a dress as white as perch
      ~ Em            D                G
She's a good girl and cannot leave her mother


[Interlude]
G ~ Em  D  G  C  G


[Bridge]
    C                 Cmaj7             G   C  G
She always said she'd go and now she's gone
    C                        Cmaj7             G   C  G
And though I believed her, I guess I just held on
     D            C                     G    C  G
It's funny how we hear things different ways
D              C                 G    C  G
Each according to the ( ? ) they face


[Instrumental]
D    C    G  C  G    D    C    G  C  G


[Verse 4]
    D
And why are you so sad, Billy Boy, Billy Boy?
G                            Am
Why are you so sad, charming Billy?
C
I, I'm, I'm sad 
      G
For a love I never had
      ~ Em            D                G
She's a good girl and cannot leave her mother
      ~ Em            D                G
She's a good girl and cannot leave her mother



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Track 5 - Among The Oak And Ash


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Intro]
C     N.C.

[Verse 1]
 C        G       C         G
Among the oak and ash there grows
  C      G      C     G
A flower in the fold
C     F       C      F
So it is that love itself
  C     G     C 
A story often told


[Verse 2]
   Am             F
Of carpenters and kings, alike
   C               G
Of rich men and of poor
C         F           C          G
Some will travel this whole wide world
    C        G            C    N.C.
And take out nothing more


[Verse 3]
   C       G      C        G
If I could live a thousand years
  C         G       C     G
I would not rightly know
    C        F     C           F
The workings of my true love's heart
C       G      C 
Why she had to go


[Verse 4]
  Am                F
I asked her parents where she was
    C                      G
But they just stood there, cold
        C     F      C       G
So, without reply, I turned around
    C     G     C 
And I was never told


[Instrumental]
C  G  C  G  C  G  C
C  F  C  F  C  G  C   N.C.


[Verse 5]
C      G          C          G
Winter passed and Spring was here
C      G      C    G
Summer had an end
  C      F       C    F
A letter came to me today
C       G      C 
Written in her hand


[Verse 6]
    Am            F
Goodbye, dear, forgive me
  C           G
I cannot ask enough
  C    F         C     G
I understand now every soul
    C    G        C 
Who ever died for love
       F         C     G
I understand now every soul
    C    G        C 
Who ever died for love



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Track 6 - New York City, New York


CAPO: 4th Fret



[Intro]
C

[Verse 1]
                   F       C
It's colder than a judge's stare

The rent check's in my hand
                  F       C
I can't afford to sign it yet

I think I'll call up a friend


[Chorus]
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York City
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York town

If you're leaving, good luck
  G                      C
I think I'm gonna stick around


[Verse 2]
                       F      C
I live in a birdhouse above a bar

It's a fine establishment
                          F          C
There's plenty of room to stretch my legs

As long as I keep them bent


[Chorus]
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York City
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York town

If you're leaving, good luck
        G                      C
Well, I think I'm gonna stick around


[Verse 3]
                        F    C
The F train smells like sour wine

The Six train and the One
                       F        C
The smell of a man who left the bath

Before the job was done


[Chorus]
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York City
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York town

If you're leaving, good luck
  G                      C
I think I'm gonna stick around


[Verse 4]
                            F        C
We'll get out of bed, we'll rise and shine

And start the old routine
                   F      C
Heat up the stove, fry an egg

On the sunny side of green


[Chorus]
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York City
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York town

If you're leaving, good luck
  G                      C
I think I'm gonna stick around


[Instrumental]
C   F C   F C   F  C  F  C  G C   (2x)


[Verse 5]
                         F      C
Well, old Dan Tucker did mighty well

As a Wall Street middle man
                    F          C
Bought a penthouse, washed his face

In a golden frying pan


[Chorus]
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York City
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York town

If you're leaving, good luck
  G                      C
I think I'm gonna stick around


[Verse 6]
                       F         C
Now, you could walk or you could run

Or you could take a train
                  F           C
Whatever gets you through the Bronx

So you never lie with Jane


[Chorus]
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York City
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York town

If you're leaving, good luck
  G                      C
I think I'm gonna stick around


[Verse 7]
                 F    C
When I die don't bury me

I don't need no slab
                  F     C
Just put my ashes in an urn

And leave me in a cab


[Chorus]
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York City
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York town

If you're leaving, good luck
  G                      C
I think I'm gonna stick around


[Chorus]
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York City
          F                C
I'm gonna stay in New York town

If you're leaving, good luck
  G                      C
I think I'm gonna stick around

If you're leaving, good luck
  G                      C
I think I'm gonna stick around



==================================================================


Track 7 - Red Rocking Chair


## NOTE: This song has no music or chords, it is sung a Capella ##




[Verse 1]
Ain’t got no use
For your red rocking chair
I ain’t got no honey baby now
Ain’t got no sugar honey baby now


[Verse 2]
Who’ll rock the cradle
Who’ll sing this song
Who’ll rock cradle when I’m gone


[Verse 3]
I’ll rock the cradle
Who’ll rock the cradle
Who’ll sing this song
Who’ll rock cradle when I’m gone
(I’ll rock cradle when you're gone)


[Verse 4]
I've done all I can do
You said all you can say
I came to tell my momma next payday


[Verse 5]
Now I ain’t got no use
For that little red rocking chair
I ain’t got no honey baby now
Ain’t got no sugar honey baby now



==================================================================


Track 8 - Don't You Weep (I Could Never Forget You)


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Intro]
C

[Verse 1]

When I'm on my journey
          F          C
Don't you weep after me

When I'm on my journey
          F          C    G
Don't you weep after me
    Am                Em
I'm crossing over the Jordan
G                   F
Should I change all this
   C               G                Am      G
Forgive me for the sins that I must bless


[Verse 2]
     C
King David is my captain
          F          C
Don't you weep after me

King David is my captain
          F          C    G
Don't you weep after me
     Am           Em
King David is our captain
    G            F
The Devil is our foe
  C                   G                  Am   G
A soldier's life is a sure hard way to go
  C                   G                  F
A soldier's life is a sure hard way to go


[Bridge]
Am                          C
When you find your faith is broke
        Am                          C       G
And the words to offer comfort, are spoke
D                   F
I'll, I'll never forget you
  D             F
I guess I never could
D                   F
I'll, I'll never forget you
C                    G
Even when they say I should


[Interlude]
        F     C
Ohh, oh
        F     C   G/B  G
Ohh, oh


[Verse 3]
       C
Bright angels are singing
          F          C
Don't you weep after me
       C
Bright angels are singing
          F          C    G
Don't you weep after me
    Am               Em
And when the order's given
    G                 F
And soon that corn we reap
C              G                       Am   G
When I'm on my journey, don't you weep
C              G                       Am   G
When I'm on my journey, don't you weep
F              G                       Am
When I'm on my journey, don't you weep



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Track 9 - Sing Sparrow Sing (The Ballad of Walter Kohn)


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Intro]
Am  C  Am     Em   Am  C  Am     G  Am     G  Am

[Verse 1]
                 C     Am 
The trees are in silhouette once more
                           Em
Their branches like a sable stand
Am             C      Am 
Stretched up into the sky, my love
           Em      Am
To hold it to this land


[Chorus]
G              Am
Sing, sparrow, sing
G                Am
Sing me a pretty song
G              Am
Sing, sparrow, sing
    Em              Am         C
One more before I’m gone, long gone
    G               Am
One more before I’m gone


[Verse 2]
              C        Am 
And when they find you here someday
                  Em
Face down on that floor
   Am       C           Am 
An ear to a ghost man’s rail-yard weight
         Em                Am
For that train to take one more


[Chorus]
G              Am
Sing, sparrow, sing
G                Am
Sing me a pretty song
G              Am
Sing, sparrow, sing
    Em              Am         C
One more before I’m gone, long gone
    G               Am
One more before I’m gone


[Instrumental]
Am  C  Am     Em   Am  C  Am     G  Am     G  Am


[Verse 3]
                  C           Am 
And if you should change your mind tonight
                         Em
Turn, turn around as you please
Am          C       Am 
We’ll meet again in some sweet spring
  Em                  Am
Beneath the old black trees


[Chorus]
G              Am
Sing, sparrow, sing
G                Am
Sing me a pretty song
G              Am
Sing, sparrow, sing
    Em              Am         C
One more before I’m gone, long gone
    G               Am
One more before I’m gone


[Outro]
      C           G           Am             F
Clementine, Clementine, Clementine, oh Clementine
      C           G           Am             F
Clementine, Clementine, Clementine, oh Clementine
    Am         G         Am
And get thee behind me, Satan



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Track 10 - The Shaker's Daughter


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Verse 1]
Am                      G
I fell in love with the Shaker's daughter
Dm                        F
She fell in love with the things that I bought her
  Am                   G
A hatpin and pearls, a portrait from Nice
Dm                        F
Nankeen and silk from the far, far East
         C         G    Am
And it's love, for now, love


[Verse 2]
                   G
I sat by the road, she passed my way
  Dm                     F
I gave her a smile and I asked her to stay
   Am                  G
My fiddle was fine, my apple was sweet
  Dm                   F
I offered a tune and a bite to eat
         C         G    Am
And it's love, for now, love


[Chorus]
    C    F           C
And she, she said to me
  F                 C
I don't belong with thee
   G                   Am  G
Continue with your hunt
    C    F         C
And I, I made my appeal
  F                 C
I said this love is real
    G                    Am  G  Am  G
And you're the one I want


[Verse 3]
   Am                        G
We sat on the bank where the waters glide
    Dm                     F
Her father appeared and we could not hide
    Am                G
She took to her feet, ran to his arms
Dm                        F
Pleaded with him that she never meant harm
         C         G    Am
And it's love, for now, love


[Verse 4]
Am               G
He whispered low into her ear
Dm                  F
What he told her, I could not hear
   Am               G
He did not bend and she turned to go
     Dm                     F
That Shaker and I, we stood toe to toe
         C         G    Am
And it's love, for now, love


[Chorus]
    C    F           C
And she, she said to me
  F                 C
I don't belong with thee
   G                   Am  G
Continue with your hunt
    C    F         C
And I, I made my appeal
  F                 C
I said this love is real
    G                    Am  G  Am  G
And you're the one I want


[Chorus]
    C    F           C
And she, she said to me
  F                 C
I don't belong with thee
   G                   Am  G
Continue with your hunt
    C    F         C
And I, I made my appeal
  F                 C
I said this love is real
    G                    Am  G  Am  G  Am
And you're the one I want



==================================================================


Track 11 - Come All You Tenderhearted



[Verse 1]
     F       Bb    F
Come all you tenderhearted 
       C              F
Your attention I will call
              Bb     F
I'll tell you how it started 
       C              F
Please listen one and all


[Verse 2]
               Bb           F
Last Wednesday night, there was a light 
     C            F
Seen shining on a hill 
         Bb       F
A mother ran with all her might 
      C              F
While everything was still


[Verse 3]
           Bb   F
She went into a neighbour's house 
     C              F
Some hundred yards away 
              Bb          F
She sat down, talked with them awhile
        C               F
But she did not mean to stay


[Verse 4]
                Bb         F
"Don't stay too long, dear mother, there 
    C                 F
For we'll be lonesome here"
               Bb  F
"I'll get some liniment", she said 
      C            F
"Then I'll return again"


[Verse 5]
             Bb      F
But when she started home again 
    C              F
Her house was in a flame
               Bb       F
She cried, "Oh lord, my babies they're gone 
    C              F
And I'm the one to blame"


[Verse 6]
            Bb   F
She bursted all asunder then 
        C                 F
And the flames rolled overhead 
             Bb        F
Their little bones lay on the ground 
    C                F
And they lay face to face 
           Bb    F
Each other did entwine 
     C           F
Each other did embrace



==================================================================


Track 12 - The One Behind



[Verse 1]
   G           C        G
If I could get off this warpath
        D             G
And the enemy doesn't find me
    Am
I'd welcome the chance
   C
At one last dance
         G     C      G
With the one I left behind me


[Verse 2]
              C      G
And I thought I knew plenty
    D                       G
Was younger than some men assigned me
      Am
But a line by the morn
C
Valour isn't born
         G      C      G
From the ones I left behind me


[Verse 3]
             C      G
A bomb burst on the roadside
    D                        G
The force of the blast would blind me
Am
When I awoke
    C
The nurses spoke
       G      C      G
Of the ones I left behind me


[Bridge]
       D             G
Of the ones I left behind me
C                G
When I join, you find me
      Am
We'll look down from high
    C
And ask ourselves why
    G      C      G
The ones I left behind me


[Interlude]
G  C  G    D  G


[Verse 4]
              C        G
So, thank you for your letter
D              G
Thank you very kindly
Am
I don't forget
    C
The faces that I've met
       G      C      G
Of the ones I left behind me
             d      G
Of the one I left behind



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Track 13 - Don't You Weep (I Could Never Forget You) (Alternate)


CAPO: 4th Fret



[Intro]
G

[Verse 1]

When I'm on my journey
          C          G
Don't you weep after me

When I'm on my journey
          C          G
Don't you weep after me
    Em                G
I'm crossing over the Jordan
D                   C
Should I change all this
   G               D                Em      D
Forgive me for the sins that I must bless


[Verse 2]
G
David is my captain
          C          G
Don't you weep after me

King David is my captain
          C          G
Don't you weep after me
     Em           G
King David is our captain
    D            C
The Devil is our foe
  G                   D                G
A soldier's life is a sure hard way to go


[Bridge]
    Em                          G
And when you find your faith is broke
        Em                          G 
And the words to offer comfort, are spoke
              Am
I'll never forget you
                C
I guess I never could
              Am
I'll never forget you
G                    D
Even when they say I should


[Verse 3]
       G
Bright angels are singing
          C          G
Don't you weep after me
       G
Bright angels are singing
          C          G    D
Don't you weep after me
    Em               G
And when the order's given
    C                 G
And soon that corn we reap
Em           C                     G
If I don't return, dear, don't you weep
Em           C                     G
If I don't return, dear, don't you weep



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Track 14 - Marianne



[Intro]
C

[Verse 1]
                        F        C
It's fare thee well, my own true love
                         G
It's fare thee well for awhile
        Am                      F          C
For the ship is waiting and the wind blows free
                       F        C
I'm bound away for the sea, Marianne
           G           C
I'm bound away for the sea


[Verse 2]
                    F        C
Ten thousand miles away from home
                      G
Ten thousand miles or more
    Am                     F           C
The sea may freeze and the earth could burn
                        F         C
If I'd never seen you before, Marianne
          G          C
I'd never seen you before


[Verse 3]
                      F        C
Now I've never seen a crow fly high
                      G
Will surely return to earth
Am         F       C
Ever true, fast to you
                        F          C
By the morning return tonight, Marianne
                 G      C
By the morning return tonight


[Verse 4]
                        F      C
You're coming back, the years, dear
                  G
So pleasant is to me
   Am              F         C
It makes me think, when I'm away
                  F          C
That every day is three, Marianne
           G      C      F  G  C
That every day is three


[Instrumental]
C    F  C    G  C
C    F  C    G  C    G  C


[Verse 5]
                  F          C
I wish, I wish my heart were glass
                 G
When you could behold
    Am            F       C
The secrets of my love is found
                      F         C
They're never made of gold, Marianne
              G       C
They're never made of gold


[Verse 6]
                         F          C
When you see the grass beneath your feet
              G
Or I do roam again
     Am             F       C
This love is such a killing game
                     F         C
Do you ever feel the same, Marianne?
            G        C
Do you ever feel the same?



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