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Dutchman  Tom Russell

Capo at 3rd fret.


G(320033) G2 E7 G2(320003)


   The [G]Dutchman is not the [G2]kind of man

   to [E7]keep his thumb jambed [GM7]in a dam that [Am]holds his dreams in.
   But [D]that's a secret only Margaret [G]knows.  [Em]|
   When [G]Amsterdam is [G2]golden
   in the [E7]morning Margaret [G2]brings him breakfast. [Am]She believes him.
   He [D]thinks the tulips bloom beneath the [G]snow.  [Em]|
   He's mad as [Am]he can be, but [D]Margaret only [Bm]sees that sometimes.
   Sometimes she [Am]sees her unborn [D7]children in his [G]eyes.  [G7]|

   Let us [C]go to the [D]banks of the [Bm]ocean,

   where the [C]walls rise a-[D]bove the Zuider [Em]Zee.
   Long a-[C]go, I [D]used to be a [Bm]young man.
   Now dear [C]Margaret re-[D7]members that for [G]me. (Intro)

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