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Trisha Yearwood - The Dreaming Fields



INTRO: C   Am    C  F    C  F

N.C.    C               Am
Oh, the sun rolls down, big as a miracle
    F              C       F
And fades from the Midwest sky
        C         
And the corn and the trees
Am          C
Wave in the breeze
   F     G          C
As if to say goodbye


                               Am
Oh, my grandfather stood right here as a younger man
   F            C        F
In nineteen and forty-three
             C         
And with the sweat and his tears
    Am           C
The rain and the years
        F             G        C
He grew life from the soil and seed


CHORUS:
        F     C           Am       F
Oh, I'm going down to the dreaming fields
                    C        F
But what will be my harvest now
            Am        Em         F      Dm
Where every tear that falls on a memory feels
     F         G      C
Like rain on a rusted plough
F         G      C
Rain on a rusted plough


                                Am                       F
And these fields, they dream of wheat in the summertime
              C       F
Grandchildren running free
        C         
And the bales of hay
       Am         C
At the end of the day
        F              G           C
And the scarecrow that just scared me


                              Am
Now the houses they grow like weeds in a flower bed
     F           C    F
This morning the silo fell
          C         
Seems the only way a man
    Am           C
Can live off the land
      F           G       C
These days, is to buy and sell


CHORUS:
        F     C           Am       F
So, I'm going down to the dreaming fields
                    C        F
But what will be my harvest now
            Am        Em         F      Dm
Where every tear that falls on a memory feels
     F         G      F
Like rain on a rusted plough
          G      F
Rain on a rusted plough


BRIDGE:
         Am          Em          F
Like the rain on the roof on the porch by the kitchen
         Am          Em           F
Where my grandmother sings, I can hear if I listen
        Am            Em          F          G  F  C     F
Running down, running down to the end of the world____
                C        F
This will be my harvest now


INSTRUMENTAL: Am  Em  C  F    C  F    G  F 


N.C.     C               Am
When the sun rolls down, big as a miracle
    F              C       F
And fades from the Midwest sky
        C         
And the corn and the trees
Am          C
Wave in the breeze
   F     G          C
As if to say goodbye
                 F      C  F    C
As if to say goodbye

            
            
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