CHORDS: Judy Collins & Jonas Fjeld – Northwest Passage Chords on Piano & Ukulele

These are the chords for Northwest Passage by Judy Collins & Jonas Fjeld on Piano, Ukulele, Guitar, and Keyboard
INTRO:
G D C Em C G D G G G G

VERSE:
 C G 
Westward from the Davis Strait, 
 G D
'tis there 'twas said to lie
 C G 
The sea route to the Orient 
 G D Em
for which so many died
 C G 
Seeking gold and glory, 
 G D Em
leaving weathered, broken bones
 C 
And a long-forgotten 
 G D Em Em D
lonely cairn of stones

CHORUS:
D G D 
Ah, for just one time I would 
 C Em
take the Northwest Passage
 C G 
To find the hand of Franklin 
 Am G C
reaching for the Beaufort Sea
 D G D 
Tracing one warm line through 
 C Em
a land so wild and savage
 C 
And make a northwest 
 G D G G G G
passage to the sea

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VERSE:
 C G 
Three centuries thereafter, 
 G Em D
I take passage overland
 C G 
In the footsteps of brave Kelso, 
 G D Em
where his sea of flowers began
 C G 
Watching cities rise before me, 
 G D Em
then behind me sink again
 C G 
This tardiest explorer, 
 D Em D
driving hard across the plain

CHORUS:
D G D 
Ah, for just one time I would 
 C Em
take the Northwest Passage
 C G 
To find the hand of Franklin 
 Am G C
reaching for the Beaufort Sea
 D G D 
Tracing one warm line through 
 C Em
a land so wild and savage
 C 
And make a northwest 
 G D C G
passage to the sea

INSTRUMENTAL/SOLO:
C G G Em D
C G G D Em
C G G D Em
C G D Em Em Em Em7

VERSE:
 C G 
Through the night, behind the wheel, 
 G Em D
the mileage clicking west
 C G 
I think upon Mackenzie, 
 G D Em7
David Thompson and the rest
 C G 
Who cracked the mountain ramparts 
 G D Em
and layed a path for me
 C G 
To race the roaring Fraser 
D Em Em D
to the sea

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CHORUS:
D G D 
Ah, for just one time I would 
 C Em
take the Northwest Passage
 C G 
To find the hand of Franklin 
 Am G C
reaching for the Beaufort Sea
 D G D 
Tracing one warm line through 
 C Em
a land so wild and savage
 C G D 
And make a northwest passage to 
 G G G G
the sea

VERSE:
Em C G 
 How then am I so different from 
 G Em D
 the first men through this way?
 C G 
Like them, I left a settled life, 
 G D Em
I threw it all away
 C G 
To seek a northwest passage 
 G D Em
at the call of many men
 C 
To find there but the 
 G D Em Em D
road back home again

CHORUS:
D G D 
Ah, for just one time I would 
 C Em
take the Northwest Passage
 C G 
To find the hand of Franklin 
 Am G C
reaching for the Beaufort Sea
 D G D 
Tracing one warm line through 
 C Em
a land so wild and savage
 C 
And make a northwest 
 G D Em Em
passage to the sea
 C 
And make a northwest 
 G D G
passage to the sea