Kentucky
Written by Karl Davis
Chord-chart by Lynn Lewis

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Transpose


intro.

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1.

/ |G / / / |/ / / / Ken-tu-cky, |G / / / |/ / |D / / / |/ / / You are the dearest land out-side of Hea-ven to me, / |D / / / |/ / / / Ken-tu-cky, |D / / |G / / / |/ / / Your laurels and your redbud trees, / |G / / / |/ / / / When I die, |G / / / |/ / |D / / / |/ / / I want to rest u-pon your peaceful moun-tains so high, / |D / / / |/ / / / For there is, |D / |G / / / |/ / / / | Where G-d will look for me.

solo:

same as intro.

2.

Kentucky, I miss the old folks singing in the silvery moonlight, Kentucky, I miss the hound dogs chasin' coon, I know that, My mother, dad and sweetheart all are waiting for me, Kentucky, I will be coming soon.

solo:

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coda:1.

Kentucky, I will be coming soon.


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