Laycee.Lee and Granite Station, You'll Never Leave Harlin Alive Tabs, Chords, Lyrics

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Laycee.Lee and Granite Station - You'll Never Leave Harlin Alive (Chords)


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Laycee.Lee and Granite Station Posters
(Verse  I)
         EM                 G          A              C
In the deep dark  hills of Eastern  Kentucky
               EM                         G                            C
That's  the place where I trace'd my blood-lines.
                    EM            G             A             C
And it was there I read on a hillside  gravestone
      EM                        B          EM     
You'll never  leave Harlan alive.

(Verse II)
            EM                     G                              A                        C
Oh, my Grandfather Clyde crossed the  Cumberland Mountains
               EM                   G                         C
Where he took Madie Miller to be his bride.
               EM                                   G                        A                     C
He said  "Won't you walk with me out of the mouth of this holler.
              EM                   B           EM
Or we'll never leave  Harlan  Alive."


        (Chorus)
                                             G                 C                 G
        Where the sun comes up, about Ten in the  morning
                                EM                              F                   C
        And  the sun goes down about three in the  day
                                            G                                 C                            G              
        And you fill your  cup with whatever bitter brew your  drinking
                                                EM                                    F           C    EM
        And you spend your life, just thinking of, how to get  away.



(Verse III)
             EM     G                           A                       C         
No one ever knew there was coal in them  mountains
EM                               G                  C
Until a man from the Northeast arrived.
               EM                       G                           A                   C
Wave'n  hundred dollar bills he said I'll pay for your minerals
      EM            B           EM
He never left Harlan  alive.

(Verse IV)
EM                             G                           A                                 C
Grandma sold out cheap and they moved out west of Pineville.
        EM                               G                          C
To a farm where the big Richland River winds
                EM                        G                            A                    C            
 bet they danced them a'jig, laughed and sang a little song
                            EM                 B          EM
Who said we'd  never leave Harlan alive.

(Verse V)
 EM                                    G              A                           C
But the times they got hard and  tobacco wasn't selling
              EM                                      G               C
And Old Granddad knew what he'd do to survive.
                      EM                        G                               A                         C
He went and dug for Harlan coal and sent the money back to Grandma
            EM             B          EM
But he never left Harlan alive.


        (Chorus No. 2)
                                        G                             C                 G
        Where the sun comes up, about ten in the  morning
                                            EM                    F                   C
        And  the sun goes down about three in the day
                                  G                                          C                            G              
        And you fill your cup with whatever bitter brew your drinking
                                                 EM                                             B                          EM
        And you spend your life,  digging coal, from the bottom of your  grave.


Verse  I)
         EM                 G           A            C
In the deep dark  hills of Eastern  Kentucky
                 EM                      G                             C
That's the place where I trace'd my blood-lines.
                    EM      G                 A             C
And it was there I read on a hillside  gravestone
           EM                B          EM     
You'll never  leave Harlan alive.

[Thanks to Laycee.Lee MAck for tabs]


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