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Darcy Farrow chords

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Darcy Farrow 
                      
Key E (Capo 4th Fret) 
                                 
Intro: 1 2 1 2 3 4 F G C F C G C 
C                                   F             C     
Where the Walker runs down into the Carson Valley plain 
              Em            Dm             G    
There lived a maiden, Darcy Farrow was her name 
    C                             F            C   
The daughter of old Dundee, and a fair one was she 
    F     G   C      F    C       G        C     
The sweet-est flower that bloomed o'er the range 
C                          F         C  
Her voice was sweet as the sugar can-dy 
                 Em        Dm           G    
Her touch was as soft as a bed of goose down 
    C                          F      C      
Her eyes shone bright like the pretty lights 
     F     G      C     F      C    G      C    
That shone in the night out of Yerr-ington town 
C                        F      C    
She was courted by young Vander-meer 
          Em           Dm      G    
And quite handsome was he as I hear 
   C                            F    C      
He brought her silver rings and lacy things 
        F    G       C      F        C     G         C    
And she prom-ised to wed be-fore the snows fell that year 
                   
Instrumental Verse 
                                  
C F C Em Dm G C F C F G C F C G C 
C                            F       C    
But her pony did stumble and she did fall 
                      Em          Dm      G   
Her dyin' touched the heart of us one and all 
      C                        F                  C     
Young Vandy in his pain, put a bullet through his brain 
       F      G       C      F      C        G      C    
And we buried them to-gether as the snows be-gan to fall 
C                                   F            C       
They sing of Darcy Farrow where the truckies run through 
                 Em            Dm         G   
They sing of her beauty in Vir-ginia City too 
   C                    F                 C     
At dusky sundown to her name they drink a round 
    F  G     C   F         C    G   C    
And to young Van-dy, whose love was true 
C                                   F             C     
Where the Walker runs down into the Carson Valley plain 
              Em            Dm             G    
There lived a maiden, Darcy Farrow was her name 
    C                             F            C   
The daughter of old Dundee, and a fair one was she 
    F     G   C      F    C       G        C     
The sweet-est flower that bloomed o'er the range 
              
F G C F C G C 

            
            
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ray.poston 10 Nov 02, 2013 07:36 PM

This is exactly how the writers, Steve Gillette, and Tom Cambell, wrote and recorded it in 1964. A Canadian Folk music duet, Ian and Sylvia, had a great hit on this in 1966. John Denver later recorded it many years later and also enjoyed success. It doesn't matter who plays it. The people who originally wrote it is important. It was not John Denver.

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ray.poston 10 Nov 02, 2013 07:39 PM

John Denver is not the writer of this song. Steve Gillette and Tom Cambell are the original writers in 1966.

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