Where Have All the Flowers Gone

Pete Seeger (Capo on 3rd Fret)

 GEm
 Where have all the flowers gone,
 CD
 long time passing?
Where have all the flowers gone,
long time ago?
Where have all the flowers gone?
Young girls picked them,every one;
Oh, when will you ever learn,
Oh, when will you ever learn?

Where have all the young girls gone,
long time passing?
Where have all the young girls gone,
long time ago?
Where have all the young girls gone?
They've taken husbands, every one;
Oh, when will you ever learn,
Oh, when will you ever learn?

Where have all the young men gone,
long time passing?
Where have all the young men gone,
long time ago?
Where have all the young men gone?
Gone to Solders, Every one;
Oh, when will we ever learn,
Oh, when will we ever learn?

Where have all the Solders gone,
long time passing?
Where have all the Solders gone,
Long time Ago?
Where have all the Solders gone,
Gone to graveyards, Every one.
when will we ever learn,
Oh, when will we ever learn?

Where have all the Graveyards gone,
long time passing?
Where have all the Graveyards gone,
Long time Ago?
Where have all the Graveyards gone,
Gone to Flowers, Every one.

When will we ever learn,
Oh, when will we ever learn?

When will we ever learn,
Oh, when will we ever learn?



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C D Em G
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dantebolla (report comment to admin):
I have always played this piece C, Am, F, and G.  It seems to sound better to me.  No offense to Mr. Seeger.