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Carolina Calypso chords - Brooklyn Cowboys

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                      Carolina Calypso  
The Brooklyn Cowboys                    written by Gram Parsons
                                                   Walter Egan

Walter Egan     vocals/guitar
Buddy Cage      steel guitar
Joy Lynn White  background vocals/acoustic guitar
Michael Granda  bass
Michael Webb    keyboards
Fredrough Perry drums
Al Perkins      Producer

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E                         B                 A                 E
May I lift your ears that you might hear an old tale that we spin
E
Bout the perfect stranger
     B         A                       E
His golden box a whole lotta sunshine within
                   B
He ran outside and opened it up
       A                   E
Saw it carried to the four winds
       B          A                     E
That's just about where his old story begins
E                           B
It was late one day down in sunny Durham
         A                         E
When the stranger stepped from the train
E                         B
Unpacked  his sack with a big ol' smile
A                  E
Started strumming strong and fair
     A                        E
As a crowd turned out at the depot
           B                    E
He got it going real good right there
     B                         E
Said this one's called the Carolina Calypso
     B                   A  E
Kept time with his dusty feet
B                       E               
Sun like gold above the hickory trees 
          F#                          B
While his children are dancing in the street
A         E       B           E
Carolina Calypso  come see me tonight
          A                       E
Let your voice surround me like a thousand arms
        F#                    B                 
Sing me through the towns and back to the farm
A         E       B              E
Carolina Calypso  come see me tonight

SOLO

E                         B
Come out and see when the time grows ripe
A                 E
Honey we're with friends
E                            B                    A           E
The moon will rise above the hickory trees like a silver fire again
E                     B
If you happen to be a stranger in town 
      A               E
Might take a friend's advice
E               B                A               E
Grap yourself a railroad gal and come with us tonight
        C#m                         B
I said kick off your shoes and your downtown blues
A              E
Come with us tonight
B                     E
Get down one time for Carolina Calypso 
     B                    E
Keep time with your dusty feet
    B                           E
The sky is gonna pale cross the old moss trail
          F#                          B
While his children are dancing in the street
A         E       B           E
Carolina Calypso  come see me tonight
         A                         E  
Let your voice surround me like a thousand arms
         F#                   B                 
Sing me through the towns and back to the farm
A         E       B           E
Carolina Calypso  come see me tonight

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