Ohio

Neil Young

 DmFCDmFC
 Tin soldiers and Nixon's coming, we're finally on our own
 DmFCDmFC
 This summer I hear the drumming, four dead in Ohio

 Gm7C
 Gotta get down to it soldiers are gunning us down
 Gm7C
 Should of been done long ago
 Gm7C
 What if you knew her and found her dead on the ground
 Gm7C
 How can you run when you know?

 DmFCDmFC
 La la la la  la la la la  La la la la  la la la
 DmFCDmFC
 La la la la  la la la la  La la la la  la la la

 Gm7C
 Gotta get down to it soldiers are gunning us down
 Gm7C
 Should of been done long ago
 Gm7C
 What if you knew her and found her dead on the ground
 Gm7C
 How can you run when you know?

 DmFCDmFC
 Tin soldiers and Nixon's coming, we're finally on our own
 DmFCDmFC
 This summer I hear the drumming, four dead in Ohio
 DmFC
 Four dead in Ohi
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C Dm F Gm7
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jsorga (report comment to admin):
I think - at least for some of the versions I've heard by Neil Young - that he has tuned down the sixth string to D. 

This allows for keeping variations of the Dm chord throughout the verse: Dm - Dm/F - Dm6/C; Dm, then Dm with an F bass (3rd fret/6th string tuned down), then Dm6/C (where you plays the C bass at 3rd fret/5th string and just keep the 1st string open.

The chorus: Gm7 may be played with an f bass note (i.e. 7 in the bass; 3rd fret 6th string)