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                             The Goodman - Kate Rusby
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Tabbed by: Anthony Deane
Email: AnthonyDeane@hotmail.com

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Chords used:


  A    Dsus2   E     F#m   Esus4 
e:0-----0------0-----2-----0-----|
B:2-----3------0-----2-----0-----|
G:2-----2------1-----2-----2-----|
D:2-----0------2-----4-----2-----|
A:0-----0------2-----4-----2-----|
E:0-----X------0-----2-----0-----|

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Capo 1

Intro

Palm mute an A barre cord (listen for the rhythm)


Bass bit (Hit each note - listen for the rhythm)
e|------|---|---|-----|------|---|---|-----|
B|------|---|---|-----|------|---|---|-----|
G|------|---|---|-----|------|---|---|-----|
D|------|---|---|-----|------|---|---|-----|
A|------|---|---|-----|------|---|---|-----|
E|-5-5--|-7-|-2-|-0-0-|-5-5--|-7-|-2-|-0-0-| (x2)


Intro chords
A  Dsus2  F#m  E

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Verses 

Riff 1
e|----------|  
B|----------|
G|-4h--2--4-|  (Hammer the note: Hit the first one, and press the notes without hitting it again
D|----------|
A|----------|
E|----------|

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Verse 1

A                    Dsus2
The good man he came home one night

    A                   E   (riff 1)
The good man, home came he

A                 Dsus2
There he spied an old saddle horse

      F#m      E            A
Where no horse should there be

        A                           Dsus2
"It's a cow, it's a cow", cried the good man's wife

   A                      E
"A cow, just a cow, can't you see?"

F#m        D           A         E
Far have I ridden, and much I've seen

      F#m         E                 A
But a saddle on a cow there's never been 

(Break)
D   Esus4   A    D    E   A (x2) 

Verse 2
 
A                    Dsus2
The good man he came home one night

    A                   E      
The good man, home came he

A                Dsus2
There he spied a powdered wig

      F#m    E            A
Where no wig should there be

       A                          Dsus2
It's a hen, it's a hen, cried the good man's wife

A                            E
A hen, just a hen, can't you see?

F#m        D           A         E
Far have I ridden, and much I've seen

    F#m         E                 A
But powder on a hen there's never been


(Break)
D   Esus4   A    D    E   A (x2)    


Verse 3 (Played quitely)
A                    Dsus2
The good man he came home one night
    A                   E   
The good man, home came he
A                Dsus2
There he spied a riding coat
      F#m     E            A
Where no coat should there be
     A                              Dsus2
It's sheets, just sheets, cried the good man's wife
A                          E
Sheets, just sheets, can't you see?
F#m        D           A         E
Far have I ridden, and much I've seen
    F#m          E                   A
But buttons on a sheet there's never been

(Break)
D   Esus4   A    D    E   A (x2)
A   Dsus2   A    E
F#m   D     A    E   F#m  E   A

Verse 4
A                        Dsus2
The good man climbed the stairs that night
         A                  E   
When the good man home came he
A                Dsus2
There he spied a handsome man
      F#m                 A
Where no man should there be
         A                              Dsus2
It's the maid, it's the maid, cried the good man's wife
A                       E
The milking maid, can't you see?
F#m        D           A         E
Far have I ridden, and much I've seen
      F#m        E                  A
But a beard on a maid there's never been

(Break)
D   Esus4   A    D    E   A (x2)

Verse 5 (Technically not the chords - but still sounds okay)
A                    Dsus2
The good man he came home one night
    A                   E
The good man, home came he
A                 Dsus2
There he spied an old saddle horse
      F#m                   A
Where no horse should there be
       A                          Dsus2
It's a cow, it's a cow, cried the good man's wife
A                            E
A cow, just a cow, can't you see?
F#m        D           A         E
Far have I ridden, and much I've seen
      F#m         E                 A
But a saddle on a cow there's never been
F#m        D           A         E
Far have I ridden, and much I've seen
      F#m         E                 A
But a saddle on a cow there's never been

(Outtro)
D   Esus4   A    D    E   A (x2)

            
            
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