• Song:


  • Artist:

    Richard Thompson

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    Semi-Detached Mock Tudo...

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From: wvaughan@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu (William Vaughan)
Date: 17 Jul 1995 20:12:17 GMT
Subject: CRD Richard Thompson's "Jennie"

Here's Richard Thompson's "Jennie".  This version is the acoustic
version from the "Watching in the Dark" anthology and I haven't
tested it against the studio version.  Some base runs not noted
out cause they're different on every verse.  Capo on the 4th
fret, but first, tune low E to D.  All chords written as if in
first position.


D    000232   G  5x0033
Am   x02210   C  x32010
D/F# 4x0232   A  x02220

Intro D

DOh (xx0232@1)trouble becomes you

   Am (x02210@1)                DIt (xx0232@1)cuts you down to my size

                             AmAnd (x02210@1)you never were less than perfect

      DIn (xx0232@1)my eyes

      D/F# (200232@1)  GBut (320003@1)I lost my way somehow

    A (x02220@1)                  D/F# (200232@1)       GFor (320003@1)three hard winters I held in till now

            DNow (xx0232@1)I can't help it

   C (x32010@1)        DOh (xx0232@1)Jennie my love

   C (x32010@1)       DOh (xx0232@1)Jennie my love

*Other verses same*

Now you pin up your hair like you did
When first we met
Oh how many days of his life
can a man regret
And if my tears were a train
Then I'd cry my way
Back into your arms again
Now I can't help it
Oh Jennie my love
Oh Jennie my love


Now I count the time we had
And the times we missed
Now I stand here love unsworn
And lips unkissed
And you don't know how hard I try
To kill the vision of you as
Another mans bride
Now I can't help it
Oh Jennie my love
Oh Jennie my love
Oh Jennie my love
Oh Jennie my love

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