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The Highwayman chords

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Tabbed by Vart
Tuning: EADGBe

This is my first tab.
I've seen another tabs of Highwayman, but none of them is correct (I think so...) 



D
The wind was a torrent of darkness

A#        C
among the ghastly trees

D
the moon was a ghostly galleon

A#          C
tossed upon the cloudy seas

G              C         F/C
The road was a ribbon of moonlight

D        A#     C
over the purple moor

         G      C        F/C
when the highwayman came riding, 

D    A#    C
riding, riding,

G          C        F/C
the highwayman came riding 

   D      A#      G
up to the old inn door.

            
            
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mikkel190 10 Feb 16, 2010 06:46 AM

Dm
The wind was a torrent of darkness

A# C
among the ghastly trees

the moon was a ghostly galleon

A# C
tossed upon the cloudy seas

Gm C F/C
The road was a ribbon of moonlight

Dm A# C
over the purple moor

Gm C F/C
when the highwayman came riding,

Dm A# C
riding, riding,

Gm C F/C
the highwayman came riding

Dm A# Gm
up to the old inn door.

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