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Stewball  Joan Baez

Stewball chords
Joan Baez (old English folk Skewball of 1741)
[G] [Am] [D] [G] [C] [D]  
Stewball was a [G]good horse[Em], he wore his head [Am]high,
and the mane on his [D]fo[Dsus4]retop,[D] was fine as silk [G]threa[C]d.[D]
I rode him in [G]England[Em], I rode him in [Am]Spain,
and I never did [D]lo[Dsus4]se, bo[D]ys, I always did [G]gain[C].[D]
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So come all you [G]gambler[Em]s, wherever you [Am]are,
and don`t bet your [D]mo[Dsus4]ney on[D] that little grey [G]mar[C]e.[D]
Most likely she`ll [G]stumbl[Em]e, most likely she`ll [Am]fall,
but never you`ll [D]lo[Dsus4]se, bo[D]ys, on my noble Stew[G]ball[C].[D]
As they were a-[G]riding[Em], `bout halfway [Am]round,
that grey mare she [D]st[Dsus4]umbled[D], and fell on the [G]groun[C]d.[D]
And way out [G]yonder[Em], ahead of them [Am]all,
came a-prancing and a-[D]da[Dsus4]ncing,[D] my noble Stew[G]ball[C].[D]
Stewball was a [G]race horse[Em], and by the day he was [Am]mine,
he never drank [D]wa[Dsus4]ter, h[D]e always drank [G]win[C]e.[G]

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