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Duluth  Mason Jennings

Hi,
this is a beautiful song by Mason Jennings called "Duluth". It may not be the perfect
but it sounds really close to the original I think at least. Should be fine when played on
acoustic guitar,hope you guys like it!
"Duluth"
[Em]Nobody says the [Am]things he[Em] says
Nobody moves like he [G]moves
[Em]Nobody makes me [Am]feel this [Em]way
[C]I'm going to marry that [G]boy, oh lord
[C]I'm going to marry that [Em]boy
Oh my mother said to me
Girl you better watch yourself
'cause a railroad man is an absent man
I'm going to marry that boy, oh lord
I'm going to marry that boy
Chorus:
[G]We'll live in a [Am]little t[Em]own
North of D[D]uluth
Where my grandmother
Lived in her youth
When he comes home at night
He'll call to me
My sweet darling girl
Come lay with me
3rd stanza:
And oh mother nothing compares
Nothing even comes close
To the way he comes up under me
I'm going to marry that boy, oh lord
I'm going to marry that boy
Chorus:
Marry him in his easter clothes
Marry me in white
Beneath a canopy
Of unearthly light
And our friends and family
Will all come to say
God bless this union
God bless this day
4th stanza:
Soon his burdens will be mine
Soon this love will set us free
All my hope lies with him now
I'm going to marry that boy, oh lord
I'm going to marry that boy
I'm going to marry that boy, oh lord
I'm going to marry that boy

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