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1882 chords

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[Verse 1]

     Am             Dm           Am
Good morning, young master, it's 1882
               Dm           Am
Your mother is hungry, what will you do?
         C            G              A#           Am
There is bread in the kitchen of the big house upstairs
                      Dm           Am
But I warn you, don't take it from them
          C                 G                    A#          Am
You'll be tarred, you'll be feathered, you'll be hung like a ham
                      Dm           Am
And I warn you, don't do it, young man

[Verse 2]

     Am          Dm         Am
Your mother is calling, she wants you by the bed
                 Dm          Am
So get up, young master, go shake your sleepy head
         C         G            A#          Am
"Darling son, I am dying, and I leave it to you
                  Dm             Am   C G A# Am
I'm leaving, tell me, what did I do?"
                    Dm         Am
I'm dying, tell me, what did I do?"

[Bridge]

F                                                              Am
Boy, he steals the bread, now that's enough, and heads for the door
F                                                       Am
Man, he hears him coming, "Boy, you won't be running no more"
A#                                                F
Boy, he gets arrested and the case is tested that day
A#                                 F                 C
Judge, he guilty makes him and the jailer takes him away

[Verse 3]

     Am             Dm           Am
Good morning, young master, it’s twenty-five to nine
                     Dm                Am
They’ll be coming to get you, well, in twenty minutes time
          C                G                    A#          Am
You’ll be drawn, you’ll be quartered, you'll be hung like a ham
                    Dm           Am
And I warn you, get ready, young man
         C          G           A#          Am
Said the boy, “I am dying and I leave it to you
                        Dm         Am
As I’m leaving, tell me what did I do?
                      Dm         Am
As I’m dying, tell me what did I do?”

            
            
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