Man of Constant Sorrow
Written by
Chord-chart by Lynn Lewis

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Transpose


intro.
acapella:

In constant sorrow - - all through his days.

1.

G / / / |/ / / / |C / / I - - am a man - - of constant sorrow, / |D / / / |G / / / | I've seen trou - - ble all my days, G / / / |/ / / / |C / / I - - bid fare-well - - to old Ken-tucky, / |D / / / |G / / The place where I - - was borned and raised, / |D / / / |G / / / | (The place where he - - was borned and raised).

2.

For - - six long years - - I've been in trouble, No pleasure here - - on earth I find, For - - in this world - - I'm bound to ramble, I have no friends - - to help me now, (He has no friends - - to help him now).

3.

It's fare - - thee-ee well - - my own true lover, I never expect - - to see you again, For - - I'm bound to ride - - that northern railroad, Perhaps I'll die - - upon this train, (Perhaps he'll die - - upon this train).

4.

You - - can bury me - - in some deep valley, For many years - - where I may lay, Then - - you may learn - - to love another, While I am slee - - ping in my grave, (While he is slee - - ping in his grave).

5.

May - - be your friends think - - I'm just a stranger, My face you ne - - ver will see no more, But - - there is one pro - - mise that is given, I'll meet you on - - G-d's golden shore, (He'll meet you on - - G-d's golden shore).


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