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  1. DULUTH BLUEGRASS JAM SONG INDEX11-3-10 FOCUS SONGS NEW SONGS

  2. 4/4 G G G G Ain’t Gonna Work Tomorrow I I I I C C G G IV IV I I Key of G C C G G IV IV I I G D G G I V I I

  3. 3/4 G G7 C G Amazing Grace I I IV I G A7 D D7 I II V V Key of G G G7 C G I I IV I Em D G G (rest) VI V I I

  4. ANGEL BAND Oh bear my longing soul to him, Who bled and died for me Whose blood now cleanses from all sins, And brings me victory I know I'm near the holy ranks, Of friends and kindred dear I brush the dew on Jordan's banks, The crossing must be near I've almost gained my heavenly home, My spirit loudly sings The holy ones, behold they come, I hear the noise of wings

  5. 4/4 G C D D G Arab Bounce I IV V V I G C D D G I IV V V I Key of G D G A D V I II V G C D D G I IV V V I

  6. D G A A A Arkansas Traveler I IV V V V D G D D G A D I I IV V I I IV Key of D D G D A D A D A I IV I V I V I V D G D A D G A D I IV I V I IV V I

  7. G G Am D I I V Ballad of Jed Clampett D D G G V V I I G G C C# IV# I I IV Key of G D D G D G V V V I I

  8. G G C G Banjo In The HollowKey of G I I IV I G G D7 G I I V I C G C G I IV I IV C D7 G C V IV IV I

  9. "Darlin', say that you'll be mine; In our home we'll happy be, Down beside where the waters flow, On the banks of the Ohio." I took her by her pretty white hand, I led her down the banks of sand, I plunged her in Where she would drown, An' watched her as she floated down. "Darlin', say that you'll be mine; In our home we'll happy be, Down beside where the waters flow, On the banks of the Ohio." Returnin' home between twelve and one, Thinkin', Lord, what a deed I've done; I'd killed the girl I love, you see, Because she would not marry me. The very next day, at half past four, The sheriff walked right to my door; He says, "Young man, Don't try to run. You'll pay for this awful crime you've don." "Darlin', say that you'll be mine; In our home we'll happy be, Down beside where the waters flow, On the banks of the Ohio." G G D D V I I V Banks of the Ohio I asked my love to take a walk, D7 D7 G G I V V I Just a little way's with me. Key of G G7 G7 C C IV I I IV An' as we walked, Then we would talk G G D G G I I I I V All about our wedding day.

  10. G Am D G Battle of New Orleans I II V I G Am D G II V I I Key of G G G G D G I I I V I G G G D G I I I V I

  11. G G C C Bill Cheatham I I IV IV G G G D G I I I V I Key of G G C D G G C G D I IV V I I IV I V G C D G G D G I IV V I I V I

  12. G D C G C G A D Blackberry Blossom I IV I IV I II V G D C G C G D G IV I IV I V I I V Key of G Em Em Em B VI VI VI III Em Em C A D G VI VI IV II V I

  13. 4/4 G C G D Blue Moon of Kentucky I IV I V G C GD G I IV I V I Key of G C G C G D IV I IV I V G C GD G I I IV I V

  14. 4/4 G C D G I I IV V Blue Ridge Cabin Home G C D G I IV V I Key of G There's a well beaten path in the old mountainsideWhere I wandered when I was a ladAnd I wandered alone to the place I call homeIn those Blueridge hills far awayOh I love those hills of old VirginiaFrom those Blueridge hills I did roamWhen I die won't you bury me on the mountainFar away near my Blueridge mountain home Now my thoughts wander back to that ramshackle shackIn those blue ridge hills far awayWhere my mother and dad were laid there to restThey are sleeping in peace together thereI return to that old cabin home with the sighI've been longing for days gone byWhen I die won't you bury me on that old mountain sideMake my resting place upon the hills so high

  15. 4/4 There was a girl I loved so dearlyShe lived away back in the hillsWhen the bluebird sings, I miss my darlingShe loved me I know, she always will   There's a bluebird singing (there's a bluebird singing)   In the Blue Ridge mountains (in the Blue Ridge mountains)   It's calling me back to my home   Oh, I can hear (Oh I can hear)   The bluebirds calling (the bluebirds calling)   Calling me back to my homeNow tonight I'm far from the blue ridge mountainsFar from my home back in the hillsBut I'm going back to the blue ridge mountainsThese memories they haunt me stillWhen I reached home I was so lonelyThe one I loved had gone awayThat bad news came from her motherShe's sleeping there beneath the clay G G C C Bluebird Singing I I IV IV D D G G V V I I Key of G G G C C I I IV IV D D G G V V I I

  16. Once I had an old gray horse; Rode him down to town. 'Fore I got my trading done, The buzzards had him down. Boil them cabbage down, Bake that hoecake brown. The only song that I can sing Is "Boil Them Cabbage Down." Wish I had a needle and thread, As fine as I could sew. I'd sew that girlie to my coat, And down the road I'd go. Boil them cabbage down, Bake that hoecake brown. The only song that I can sing Is "Boil Them Cabbage Down." Wisht I had a nickel, Wisht I had a dime, Wisht I had a pretty little girl To love me all the time. Boil them cabbage down, Bake that hoecake brown. The only song that I can sing Is "Boil Them Cabbage Down." Boil Them Cabbage Down G C G D7 I IV I V Boil them cabbage down, Bake that hoecake brown. G C G D7 G Key of G I IV I I V The only song that I can sing Is "Boil Them Cabbage Down."

  17. D G D G A D A Boys of Bluehill I IV V I V I IV D G A G A D V IV V I I IV Key of D D G D G D A I IV I V I IV D G A D A D I I IV V V I

  18. Bully of the Town Key of G 4/4 G Gdim7 G G7 I I I I C C C A IV IV IV II D D G G V V I I G D G G I V I I G G D D I I V V D D D D V V V V G G G7 C I I I IV A D D G II V V I

  19. G G G D I I I V Bringing in the Georgia Mail G G G D G I I I V I Key of C Key of G C C C G I I I V C C C G C I I I V I

  20. G G C C I I IV IV Bury Me Beneath The WillowKey of G G G G D7 I I I V G G C C IV I I IV G D7 G G V I I I

  21. G G G D Clinch Mountain Backstep I I I V G G G D G I V I I I Key of G BKSTP G G G G D V I I I I G G G D G I I I V I

  22. Cripple Creek G C G G D7 G IV I I V I I Key of G 2/4 G G G D7 G I I I V I

  23. G G Em Em G D G Cumberland GapKey of G I I VI VI I V I

  24. 4/4 C G C C Dark Hollow I V I I C F C C IV I I I Key of C C C7 F F I I IV IV C G C C I V I I

  25. 4/4 D D D D Darling Corey I I I I D A D D V I I I Key of D D D D D I I I I D A D D I V I I

  26. 4/4 G G C G Dear Old Dixie I I IV I G G A D I II V I Key of G G G C B I I IV III C G A D G IV I II V I

  27. Devil’s Dream Key of G G G Am Am D I I II II V G G C G D G I I IV I IV I

  28. G C G D Dixie Hoedown I IV I V G C G D G IV I I V I Key of G G Bm Am G I III II I D D D G V V V I

  29. C F C G Dooley I IV I V C F C G C IV I V I I Key of C C C F F I I IV IV C C G C I I V I

  30. 4/4 Doug’s Tune D G D G V I V I D G C G D G Key of G V I IV I V I

  31. G G G Em Now old man Flatt he owns the farmFrom the hog lot to the barn,From the barn to the railMakes his living by carrying the mail. Down the road, down the roadGot a little pretty girl down the road Now every day and Sunday tooI go to see my Pearly Blue.Every time the rooster crowsSee me headed down the road Down the road, down the roadGot a little pretty girl down the road And every time I get the bluesI walk the soles right off my shoes.Don’t know why I lover her so,Gal of mine lives down the road. Down the road, down the roadGot a little pretty girl down the road Down the road about a mile or twoLives a little girl named Pearly Blue.About so high hair of brownPrettiest girl now in this town. Down the road, down the roadGot a little pretty girl down the road Down the Road I I I VI Down the road about a mile or two About so high hair of brown G G D G I I V I Lives a little girl named Pearly Blue. Prettiest girl now in this town. Key of G G G G Em I I I VI Down the road, down the road G G G D I I V I I Got a little pretty girl down the road

  32. Earl’s BreakdownKey of G 4/4 G C G G G D I IV I I I V G C G G D G I IV I I V I

  33. G G G G East Virginia Blues I I I I C C G G IV IV I I Key of G 4/4 C C G G IV IV I I D D G G V V I I

  34. Farewell Blues Key of C 4/4 C G7 C C I V I I A A7 D D# C G7 C I II II VI VI I V

  35. Here she comes look at her roll there she goes eatin' that coal Watch her fly huggin' the rails let her by by by it's the fireball mail Let her go look at her steam hear her blow whistle and scream Like a hound waggin' his tail Dallas bound bound bound it's the fireball mail Engineer makin' up time tracks are clear look at her climb See that freight clearin' the rail bet she's late late late it's the fireball mail Watch her swerve look at her sway get that curve out of the way Watch her fly look at her sail let her by by by it's the fireball mail Here she comes look at her roll there she goes eatin' that coal Watch her fly huggin' the rails let her by by by the fireball mail Fireball Mail G G G D I I I V G G G D G Key of G I I I I V

  36. 4/4 Foggy Mountain Breakdown G G Em G I I VI I Em G D G Key of G IV I V I

  37. G G G G7 Foggy Mountain Special I I I I C C G G IV I I IV Key of G D D7 G G V V I I

  38. Freight Train G D D7 D G I V V V I Key of G B C Am G D G II I V I III IV

  39. VERSES A D A E Georgia Fast Train I IV I V A D A E I IV I V Key of G CHORUS A D A E I IV I V A D A E A I IV I V I

  40. G G C G Glendale Train I I IV I G G A D I I II V Key of G G G C G I I IV I G G D G I I V I

  41. Going Down the Road G G C G I I IV I Key of G C G D G IV I V I

  42. G G G G Gold Rush I I I I G G D G I V I I Key of G G C G G Em I I IV I VI G C G D G V I IV I I

  43. C G G D D D G Golden Slippers V IV I I V V I Key of G G Am D G I II V I G Am D D G I II V V I

  44. Grandfather’s Clock Key of G 4/4 G D G D G D G D G D G D G D G D G D G D G D G C G C G C G C G C G C G C G C G C G C G D G D G D G D G G G G G G G I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IV IV IV IV IV IV IV IV IV IV IV I I I I I V V V I I I I I I I I I I I I V V V V V V V V V V G C G G A D I IV I I II V G D G D G D G C G D G I I I I V V I IV I V G C G G C G I I IV I I IV G D G C G D G IV I V I I V I

  45. 4/4 G G G D Ground Speed I I I V G G C GD G I I IV I V I Key of G • D G D G V I V I D G G7 C D G I V I IV V I

  46. C F C C I IV I I Home Sweet Home G7 G7 C C V V I I F Key of C F C C IV IV I I G7 G7 C C V V I I

  47. VERSE 1: (G) I wandered so aimless life filled with sin (C) I wouldn't let my dear Savior (G) in Then Jesus came like a stranger in the night, Praise the Lord (D7) I saw the (G) light CHORUS: (G) I saw the light, I saw the light (C) No more darkness no more (G) night Now I'm so happy no sorrow in sight, Praise the Lord (D7) I saw the (G) light G G G G I I I I I Saw The LightKey of G 4/4 C C C G7 IV IV IV I G G G G VERSE 2: (G) Just like a blind man I wandered alone (C) Worries and fears I claimed for my (G) own Then just like the blind man that God gave back his sight, Praise the Lord (D7) I saw the (G) light CHORUS: I I I I G D7 G G V I I I VERSE 4: (G) I was a fool to wander astray (C) Straight is the gate and narrow the (G) way Now I have traded the wrong for the right, Praise the Lord (D7) I saw the (G) light CHORUS: