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Ohio  Neil Young


[Dm]Tin soldiers and [F]Nixon's [C]coming, [Dm]we're finally [F]on our [C]own
[Dm]This summer I [F]hear the [C]drumming, [Dm]four dead in [F]Ohi[C]o

[Gm7]Gotta get down to it [C]soldiers are gunning us down
[Gm7]Should of been done long [C]ago
[Gm7]What if you knew her and [C]found her dead on the ground
[Gm7]How can you run when you [C]know?
[Dm]La la la la  [F]la la [C]la la  [Dm]La la la la  [F]la la [C]la
[Dm]La la la la  [F]la la [C]la la  [Dm]La la la la  [F]la la [C]la
[Gm7]Gotta get down to it [C]soldiers are gunning us down
[Gm7]Should of been done long [C]ago
[Gm7]What if you knew her and [C]found her dead on the ground
[Gm7]How can you run when you [C]know?
[Dm]Tin soldiers and [F]Nixon's [C]coming, [Dm]we're finally [F]on our [C]own
[Dm]This summer I [F]hear the [C]drumming, [Dm]four dead in [F]Ohi[C]o
[Dm]Four dead in [F]Ohi[C]o
Repeat and fade

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jsorga (report)

I think - at least for some of the versions I've heard by Neil Young - that he has tuned down the sixth string to D.
This allows for keeping variations of the Dm chord throughout the verse: Dm - Dm/F - Dm6/C; Dm, then Dm with an F bass (3rd fret/6th string tuned down), then Dm6/C (where you plays the C bass at 3rd fret/5th string and just keep the 1st string open.

The chorus: Gm7 may be played with an f bass note (i.e. 7 in the bass; 3rd fret 6th string)