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Run Com See Jerusalem chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: Phil Rennert 
To: guitar@nevada.edu
Date: Fri, 15 Dec 95 8:24:10 EST


                 RUN, COME, SEE JERUSALEM


Well it was nine[F]-teen hundred and twenty-nine (run, come, see)
I remember that day[C7] pretty well
Nine[F]-teen hun[F7]-dred and twen[Bb]-tynine
Run, come, see[F] Je-ru[C7]-sa-lem[F]

They were talk[F]-ing 'bout a storm on the island (run, come, see)
My god, what a beau[C7]-tiful morning
Talk[F]-ing 'bout a storm[F7] on the is[Bb]-land
Run, come, see[F] Je-ru[C7]-sa-lem[F]

There were three[F] sail leaving at the harbor (run, come, see)
They were the Eth[C7]-el and the Myrtle and Pretoria
Three[F] sail leav[F7]-ing at the har[Bb]-bor
Run, come, see[F] Je-ru[C7]-sa-lem[F]

Now the Eth[F]-el was bound for Fresh Creek (run, come, see)
With the ma[C7]-mas and the children on board
The Eth[F]-el  was bound[F7] for Fresh[Bb] creek
Run, come, see[F] Je-ru[C7]-sa-lem[F]

And the Myr[F]-tle was bound for Staniel Quay (run, come, see)
My god, what a beau[C7]-tiful morning
The Myr[F]-tle  was bound[F7] for Staniel[Bb] Quay
Run, come, see[F] Je-ru[C7]-sa-lem[F]

And Pre-tor[F]-ia was out on the ocean (run, come, see)
Rocking down on her beam[C7] in the swell
Pre-tor[F]-ia was out[F7] on the oc[Bb]-ean
Run, come, see[F] Je-ru[C7]-sa-lem[F]

My god, then a big[F] sea built up in the northwest (run, come, see)
And the captain come a run[C7]-ning for the tiller and a
big[F] sea built[F7] up in the north[Bb]-west
Run, come, see[F] Je-ru[C7]-sa-lem[F]

Then the first[F] sea hit the Pretoria (run, come, see)
And the mamas come a run[C7]-ning for their children and the
first[F] sea hit[F7] the Pre-tor[Bb]-ia
Run, come, see[F] Je-ru[C7]-sa-lem[F]

And the sailor go down[F]-ward for the bottom (run, come, see)
My god, what a beau[C7]-tiful morning
sail[F]-or go down[F7]-ward for the bot[Bb]-tom
Run, come, see[F] Je-ru[C7]-sa-lem[F]

Now George[F] Brown, he was the captain (run, come, see)
He shouts "Now chil[C7]-dren come pray"
George[F] Brown, he[F7] was the cap[Bb]-tain
Run, come, see[F] Je-ru[C7]-sa-lem[F]

He says come[F] now and witness your judgement (run, come, see)
And the women all a cry[C7]-ing for the Daniel-god
Come[F] now and wit[F7]-ness your judg[Bb]-ment
Run, come, see[F] Je-ru[C7]-sa-lem[F]

There were thir[F]-ty-three soul on the water (run, come, see)
My god, what a beau[C7]-tiful morning (slower here, to end)
Thir[F]-ty-three soul[F7] on the wat[Bb]-ter
Run, come, see[F] Je-ru[C7]-sa-lem[F]


This is the Clam Chowder version, as best I can remember, with much improved
lyrics.  It helps to have someone sing the counterpoint (run, come, see), and
provide a beat.

            
            
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