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All the roots  David Wilcox


Date: Thu, 27 Jul 1995 10:28:28 -0600 (MDT)
"All The Roots Grow Deeper When It's Dry"
by David Wilcox transcription by Bill Boroson 5/19/95 6 = D
D G Summer lasted a generation
G/F# Em7 Asus4 A generation - and then the winter wind
D G The bounty harvest that seemed so endless
G/F# Em7 Asus4 It seemed so endless until it gave what it could give
G Asus4 D Prosperity will have its seasons
G Asus4 Even when it's here, it's going by
G Amaj Bmin B+2 And when it's gone we pretend we know the reasons
G Asus4 G Asus4 And all the roots grow deeper when it's dry
D G It looked so easy, we change the weather
G/F# Em7 G Asus4 We would turn this world ourselves our world so small
D G But slower rhythms - still unheard of
G/F# Em7 Asus4 D Said that every blessed summer someday has to fall
G Asus4 D Prosperity will have its seasons
G Asus4 Even when it's here, it's going by
G Amaj Bmin B+2 And when it's gone we pretend we know the reasons
G Asus4 G D G Asus4 And all the roots grow deeper when it's dry, when it's dry G D Prosperity will have its seasons
G Asus4 Even when it's here, it's going by
G Amaj Bmin B+2 And when it's gone we pretend we know the reasons
G Asus4 G D G [A]* D And all the roots grow deeper when it's dry
* = play the open A string (5th), not the full A chord, in between hitting the G and D chords. CHORDS:
6 5 4 3 2 1 =========== Amaj x 0 2 2 2 x Asus4 x 0 2 2 3 0 Bmin x 2 4 4 3 2 B+2 x 2 4 4 2 2 D 0 0 0 2 3 x Em7 2 x 2 0 3 x G 5 x 0 0 3 x G/F# 4 x 0 0 3 x


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