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 <​code>​ <​code>​
-for the standard tuning version, scroll below +Transcribed by Jon A. and Rosa
-</​code>​+
  
-<​code>​ +Note on the tuning: This song sounds a half-step higher on the record, but John was kind enough to confirm that  
-Transcribed by Jon A. with edits by Rosa+it's meant to be played in straight up DADGADYou can put a capo on the first fret if you want to play along  
 +with the record.
  
-Tuning: ​DADGAD+DADGAD ​Tuning:
  
-Note on the tuningThis song sounds a half-step higher on the record, but John was kind enough to confirm that it's meant to be played in +D5           000200
-straight up DADGAD. You can put a capo on the first fret if you want to play along with the record. +
- +
-D:             000200+
 Bsus2: ​        ​x24444 Bsus2: ​        ​x24444
 Csus2: ​        ​x35555 Csus2: ​        ​x35555
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 Gsus2/​E: ​      ​200000 Gsus2/​E: ​      ​200000
  
 +Standard Tuning:
  
-D +D            x0023x
- +
-Bsus2                                Csus2 +
-    You've had it up to here with my west country talk +
-        D +
-You can hardly understand a word I say +
-Bsus2                                Csus2 +
-    The shortest tree around here is a hundred feet tall +
-+
-    It's gonna rain today +
- +
-Bsus2                              Csus2 +
-D                                  D7             ​+
- +
-I try and tell you secrets 'til my face turns blue +
-I am not getting through to you +
-All the way across the ocean, they'​re gathering their strength again +
-Lining up along the country'​s length again +
- +
-Gsus2                   ​Gsus2/​F# ​   Gsus2/E +
-    This morning I know +
-             D +
-Who you are +
-This morning I know +
-Who you are +
- +
-On the river, the sun is bright gold +
-And the things you try to say to me make my blood run cold +
-But I hold you anyway +
-And we stare into the sun all day +
-And you're about to leave again +
-I've learned to read your movements +
-And I'm learning how to read your mind +
-The sun climbs up the sky for us above the Mississippi +
-And I feel you in my arms, but you're hardly even with me +
-This morning I know +
-Who you are +
-This morning I know +
-Who you are +
- +
-Gsus2               ​Gsus2/​F# ​   Gsus2/E +
-D7     ​D ​           D7          D +
-Gsus2               ​Gsus2/​F# ​   Gsus2/E +
-+
-Gsus2               ​Gsus2/​F# ​   Gsus2/E +
-+
-Gsus2               ​Gsus2/​F# ​   Gsus2/E +
-+
-</​code>​ +
- +
-<​code>​ +
-transcribed by Rosa +
- +
-this is an easier way to play the song, in standard tuning. +
- +
-D5:            ​x0023x+
 Bsus2: ​        ​x24422 Bsus2: ​        ​x24422
 Csus2: ​        ​x35533 Csus2: ​        ​x35533
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