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The Crow On The Cradle

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The Crow On The Cradle Guitar Chords And Lyrics. [Carter] and recorded by Mary Black 6/8 with capo on the 4th fret for Mary Black version.

C) The sheep's in the (G)  meadow, the (C) cow's in the (G) corn(C) Now is the (a) time for a (d) child to be (G) bornYou'll (C) laugh at the (G) moon and you'll (C) cry for the (G)  sunAnd (C) if it's a (a) boy he'll (d) carry a (G) gunSang the (a) cro----w on the (G) cradle (G – C – G)


And (C) if it should (G) be that this (C) baby's a (G) girl(C) Never you (a) mind if her (d)  hair doesn't (G) curlWith (C) rings on her (G) fingers and (C) bells on her (G) toesA (C) shadow a(a)bove her where(d)ever she (G) goesSang the (a) cro----w on the (G) cradle  (G – C – G)


The (C) crow on the (G) cradle, the (C) black on the (G) white(C) Somebody's (a) baby is (d) born for a (G) fightThe (C) crow on the (G) cradle, the (C) white on the (G) black(C) Somebody's (a) baby is (d) not coming (G) backSang the (a) cro----w on the (G) cradle  (G – C - G)


(C) Bring me my (G) gun and I'll (C) shoot that bird (G) dead(C) That's what your (a) mother and (d) father once (G) saidA (C) crow on the (G) cradle (C) what can we (G) do(C) This is the (a) thing I must (d)  leave up to (G) youSang the (a) cro-----w on the (G) cradle (G- C - G)
Sang the (a) cro-----w on the (G) cradle (G)

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