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Railroads And Riverboats ukulele

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It sounds good, this is a beautiful forgotten song of the marvellous Jim Croce, 
from the lost LP "Facets".
With the voice of the wife Ingrid Croce.
It is perfect for a duet.

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CAPO 2

F                         G           F                 F
The railroads and the riverboats that bred the mighty man
        F                 G               F                     G                    
That we read about and we dream about, the men who built this land
        F                 G              F                       F
And the farmers and the lumbermen and the men who worked the mills
        F                 G         F                    G
And the poor hard working miners who died inside the hills


                      F                            F
While the rivers that flow are the blood of our land
                          G                               F
And the trucks they keep rumbling on the great concrete band
                       F                              F
And the railroads keep pushing to be all they once were
              G                                F      
And nature is calling, no one's listening to her


        F                         G      F                   F
And the immigrants by the boat load in a dozen different tones
         F                  G              F                  G
Sang of freedom in the new land, climbed the ladder rung by rung
        F               G                F                 F
Some to Boston, some to Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and St. Paul
            F               G          F                     G
And the old ways led to new days, they were welcome one and all



                      F                            F
While the rivers that flow are the blood of our land
                          G                               F
And the trucks they keep rumbling on the great concrete band
                       F                              F
And the railroads keep pushing to be all they once were
              G                                F      
And nature is calling, no one's listening to her


           F                G                 F                   F
With the railroads and the riverboats and the bread lines far behind
         F             G            F                   G
And the days we sang together, long gone but still in mind
         F            G                 F                   F
And the men who came before us, men who brought us to today
         F           G               F                  G
And the story still unravels from the dreams of yesterday



                      F                            F
While the rivers that flow are the blood of our land
                          G                               F
And the trucks they keep rumbling on the great concrete band
                       F                              F
And the railroads keep pushing to be all they once were
              G                                F      
And nature is calling, no one's listening to her
              G                                F      
And nature is calling, no one's listening to her

            
            
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