Willie Watson – Birmingham Mill Chord Progression on Piano & Ukulele
This is the chords of Birmingham Mill by Willie Watson on Piano, Ukulele, Guitar and Keyboard.
[Intro] G G G G G G D D G G Em Em D C Em Em D D G G [Verse 1] G One fair girl with fine yellow hair G D Wild flower of the west country G Em Left one night for a stormy ride D C On a winding road to Em D G the east [Verse 2] G One fair girl at the Birmingham Mill G For a dollar and a half D times three G See the spinning wheels turn, Em she is young but she'll learn D C With her slender white hands Em D G to weave
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[Verse 3] G Twelve small stacks in a row row row G D And a girl of five times three G See the mill boss patrol, hear Em the factory bells toll D C Em And the girls look as sad as can be D G And she cried for her home country [Interlude] G G G G G G D D G G Em Em D C Em Em D D G G [Verse 4] G One little spark set a light to a flame G And the fire climbed through D to the east G And the roof it crashed and the Em girls all dashed D C Em And they all cried "oh god please" D And she crawled on her hands G and her knees
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[Interlude] G G G G G G D D G G Em Em D C Em Em D D G G [Verse 5] G At the Birmingham Mill where the wild flowers grow G D Round the grave of the girl so fair G See the lilly bells bloom round Em her cold marble tomb D C And they come in the spring Em D G of the year
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