Jack in the Green Jethro Tull
[C]Have you seen J[D]ack-In-The-G[A]reen?
[C]With his l[G]ong tail hanging do[A]wn.
[C]He sits quietly[D] under every tre[A]e ---
[C] in the f[G]olds of his velvet [A]gown.
[C]He drinks from [D]the empty acorn [A]cup
[C] the dew [G]that dawn sweetly b[A]estows.
[C]And taps his ca[D]ne upon the grou[A]nd ---
[C]signals the snowd[G]rops it's time to g[A]row.
[C] [D] [A]
It's no fun being Jack-In-The-Green ---
[C] no place to d[G]ance, no time for s[A]ong.
[C]He wears the colours of the s[D]ummer soldier -[A]--
[C] carries the green[G] flag all the winter lo[A]ng.
[Bm]Jack, do you never sleep ---
[E]does the green still run [A]deep in your heart?
[Bm]Or will these changing times,
[E] motorways, powerlines,[A]keep us apart?
[D]Well, I don't thi[E]nk so ---
[D]I saw some gras[E]s growing through the pavements t[A]oday.
REST THE SAME
The rowan, the oak and the holly tree
are the charges left for you to groom.
Each blade of grass whispers Jack-In-The-Green.
Oh Jack, please help me through my winter's night.
And we are the berries on the holly tree.
Oh, the mistlethrush is coming.
Jack, put out the light.
words and music by IAN ANDERSON
TRANSCRIPTION BY PACO JIMENEZ (SPAIN)
ALL CORRECTIONS ARE WELCOME