Goin’ Back to Harlan by Emmylou Harris Guitar Chords

If you are looking for Goin’ Back to Harlan guitar chords, you have come to the best site.
You can play Goin’ Back to Harlan by Emmylou Harris using guitar or guitar.
This song by Emmylou Harris can also be played by that instruments.
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Goin’ Back to Harlan guitar chords has swing and included in Wrecking Ball (1995) album.
You can also find alternative musical style, as well as jazz guitar chords, country music guitar chords, pop guitar chords, world music guitar chords, and rock guitar chords here.

Goin’ Back to Harlan by Emmylou Harris Guitar Chords


Goin’ Back To Harlan – Emmylou Harris
(capo 1)

(intro) Am C F G (x2)

(verse 1)
There were no cuckoos, no sycamores.
We played about the forest floor
underneath the silver maples,
the balsams and the sky.

(verse 2)
We popped the heads off dandelions,
assuming roles from nursery rhymes.
Rested on the riverbank,
and grew up by and by.
And grew up by and by

(bridge)
Frail my heart apart,
and play me a little Shady Grove.
Ring the bells of rhymney,
til they ring inside my head forever.
Bounce the bow, rock the gallows
for the hangman’s reel.
And wake the devil from his dre-eeee-eam

(chorus)
I’m goin back to Harlan, oh oh oh oh
I’m goin back to Harlan, oh oh oh oh
I’m going back to Harlan

(verse 3)
And if you were Willie Moore
and I was Barbara Allen,
or Fair Ellen all sad at the cabin door
a-weeping and a-pinin’ for love.
A-weeping and a-pinin’ for love.

(repeat bridge)
(repeat chorus)
(break) G C G
(repeat chorus)
(break) G C G
(repeat chorus)
(break) G C G
(outro) C G C G C G C_


 

If you want to study Emmylou Harris Goin’ Back to Harlan guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just lack tiny adjustments.
Every of those minor chords is fully based on its major counterpart

The more you proceeding, the smooth guitar will feel to play Goin’ Back to Harlan. Guitar is tough to study in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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