Stompin Tom Connors, Bridge Came Tumblin Down Tabs, Chords, Lyrics

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Stompin Tom Connors - Bridge Came Tumblin Down (Chords)


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C        G7      C          
Nineteen scarlet roses
             G7      C   
The chaplain spread a-round
                 G7      C       
In the waters of Burrard Inlet
          G7      C       
In old Van-couver Town
 C 
Where the bridge came tumblin' down
         F   
When the bridge came tumblin' down
C       
Nineteen men were drowned
   G7       
In June or nineteen fifty-eight
   F             C      
In old Vancouver Town
                   G7       C       
There were seventy-nine men working
              G7        C              
To build this brand new bridge
            G7     C       
To span the Second Narrows
               G7       C       
And connect up with the ridge
C
Till a big wind hit the bridge
        F       
And the bridge came tumblin' down
    C   
And nineteen men were drowned
        G7     
And the medical corps couldn't be too sure
       F                    C      
Of the rest of the men they found
             G7      C       
In among the twisted girders
    G7      C       
One man real-ized
               G7        C       
How last night he'd been dreaming
          G7        C       
And saw be-fore his eyes
C
The big wind on the rise
        F   
And the bridge came tumblin' down
    C   
And nineteen steel men drowned
       G7    
And he saw the fright of the darkest night
   F             C      
In old Vancouver Town
             G7     C     
With frogmen in the water
               G7       C      
By the cutting torches' glow
               G7       C       
They fought to save the steel men
             G7      C      
C
And pain we'll never know
         F   
When the bridge came tumblin' down
    C   
And nineteen men were drowned
    G7    
And sixty more that came ashore
   F                  C      
So thankful they were found
         G7        C       
It often makes you wonder
                 G7      C       
In strength, who has the edge
            G7         C        
The longest steel-beam structure
               G7      C       
That spans the highest ridge
C
Or the men that built the bridge
        F   
For the bridge came tumblin' down
    C   
And nineteen men were drowned
        G7    
But the other men came back again
   F                 C      
To lay the new beams down
              G7   C       
Now if you're ever crossing
            G7        C       
This mighty bridge sub-lime
             G7      C      
And nineteen scarlet roses
       G7         C       
Pass be-fore your mind
C
Remember and be kind
    F       
The bridge came tumblin' down
    C   
And nineteen men were drowned
   G7     
So you could ride to the other side
   F             C    
Of old Vancouver Town
   G7    
So you could ride to the other side of
***slow** F             C      
          Old Vancouver Town 


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