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Murder Ballad In G Minor chords

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                          SONG:           MURDER BALLAD IN G MINOR
                          ARTIST:         ROSEWOOD THIEVES
                          ALBUM:          LONESOME
                          TABBED BY:      PHRIDGE =)
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// Notes:
   Before moving between the Am and the Em hit a G on the third fret of the low E string
   One of my favorite bands & songs at the moment. I love them so.

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   //   C a p o  O n  3     //
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// Chords Used
   Em..........| 0-2-2-0-0-0 |
   Am..........| x-0-2-2-1-0 |
   C...........| x-3-2-0-1-0 |
   Cmaj9.......| x-2-0-0-1-0 |
   Am7.........| x-0-2-0-1-0 |

// Intro
  Em    Em

// Verse One
  Em                Em
   Once lived a man, high on a hill.
       Am                       Am
   His wife and his children are livin there still;
      Em               C   Cmaj9 Am
   he wasn't a man  of maaany    needs.
      Em                      Em       Am    Em
   He worked so hard till the day that he was killed.
   
  Em                            Em
   He moved to the town, where his mother was born.
      Am                  Am
   He got on a train and his ticket was torn.
      Em                           C   Cmaj9  Am
   He found and he married the most beautiful girl.
           Em                         Em  Am     Em
   But you better watch out she's an evil vain whore.

// Chorus One
               Am         Am7 C
   And he said: no, no, no;    can't be true.
            Em          Am                              Em
   They said: aw my god. Y'don't know what that woman can do.
  
// Bridge
   Em

// Verse Two
  Em                Em
   Look at her eyes; they're magic i swear.
       Am                      Am
   Her wet country lips and her long brown hair.
       Em                                    C       Cmaj9        Am
   The way she rolls her pants up when she's walking through the stream.
       Em                             Em   Am      Em
   The way she holds a knife when she's slicing a pear.

   And they said:
  Em                               Em
   She might look perfect but she'll bring you grief.
  Am                               Am
   She's done it before yeah, she's done it to me.
        Em                     C           Cmaj9       Am
   When she was young, she was left on the steps of a church.
         Em                      Em  Am      Em
   But nobody would take her, not even the priest.

// Chorus Two
           Am         Am7 C
   He said: no, no, no;   it cannot be true.
             Em             Am                                Em
   But they said: aw my god. Y'don't know what that woman can do.
   
// Verse Three
  Em                  Em
   On his birthday, on may the fifth;
  Am                                              Am
   his family gathered around the kitchen and they gave him a gift.
       Em                   C   Cmaj9 Am
   His children handed him a maaandolin
          Em                          Em       Am         Em
   and he blew out the candles and she gave him one last kiss.

  Em                         Em
   She said follow me and she took him to the bar,
  Am                     Am
   tied him up with ropes around his arms.
  Em                      C  Cmaj9 Am
   she poured a bucket of gaasoooline
             Em                           Em            Am    Em     
   and she tossed her cigarette and ran, waited for the fire alarm.

// Chorus Three
                   Am          Am7 C
   And he screamed: No, no, no; Oh no it cant be true,
          Em                        Am                           Am
   But I'm starting to believe oooOoo what this evil woman can do.

// Verse Four
  Em                               Em
   Because you don't listen this is what you get.
  Am                           Am
   She told everybody it was an accident.
  Em                             C         Cmaj9  Am
   But a couple of nights ago we all heard her confess,
          Em                          Em        Am         Em
   to somebody in a bathroom while we listened through the vent

// Outro
   Em     Em

Fin..

            
            
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