Ralph Stanley - Pretty Little Miss In The Garden Chords

 
         
         
         
         
         
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Standard guitar tuning:
E
A
D
G
B
E
No capo

Intro

G C

Verse 1

PCretty little miss Gout in the garden SCtrange young man came riding by DCown at the gaGte he did address her SGaying pretty little miCss won't you marry me

Verse 2

Oh no my love is on the ocean Seven years out on the sea And if he sails seven years longer No man on earth can marry me

Verse 3

Perhaps your loved one he is drownded Perhaps he's in some battle land Perhaps he stole some girl and married You'll never see you love again

Verse 4

If he is drownded I hope he's happy Or if he's in some battle land Or if he stole some girl and married I'll love the girl that married him

Verse 5

He pulled his hands out of of his pocket His fingers being keen and small This is a ring he placed upon her Down by his feet she did fall

Verse 6

He picked her up in arms so tender Kisses he gave her one, two, three This is your little single soldier Returning home to marry thee

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