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 John Barleycorn Must Die de Traffic

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greetings: someone asked for john barleycorn must die (as done by traffic), so here it is (my first contribution :). i don't yet have the tab for it (just not that good at tabbing in real time, so i haven't tried to figure it out), so if anyone out there wants to give it a shot.... rhythm follows as below, strum to suit yourself. 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 ~title: john barleycorn must die, as done by traffic no capo intro: same as the first line (twice?) w/ some finger stuff (tab is tbd) A Em G D Em ( tab 1 - ->) there were three men came out of the west A G D Em ( tab 2 - ->) their for- tunes for to try A Em G D Em ( tab 1 - ->) and these three men made a so- lemn vow A G D Em ( tab 2 - ->) john barley- corn must die G D Em ( no tab - ->) they've plowed they've sewn, they've harrow'd him in G A B(4) (sync. strum to end) B B4 B B4 B threw clods up- on his head A Em G D Em ( tab 1 - ->) and these three men made a so- lemn vow A G D Em ( tab 2 - ->) john barley- corn was dead (use intro tab (w/ flute :) for between verses filler) comments on the chords: B(4) is Bsus4 (224452) and i play the B as an A two frets up (224442). the strumming pattern for the B chords is a syncopated pattern. listen to the song, it's easy to play... the rest of the verses follow the same pattern, and i don't have the rest of the words (or the song to transcribe from) with me. :( comments? please feel free to correct anything i botched and provide ~From: almanb@sr.hp.com (Bob Alman) John Barleycorn (Traffic version) capo 7th fret (chords relative) D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D Am C G Am A5 Am A5 There were three men came out of the west D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 Their fortunes for to try D Am C G Am A5 Am A5 And these three men made a solemn vow D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 John Barleycorn must die C Am Am7 Am They've plowed, they've sown, the've harrowed him in C D Esus4 E Esus4 E Threw clods upon his head Dm Am C G Am A5 Am A5 And these three men were satisfied D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 John Barleycorn was dead D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D Am C G Am A5 Am A5 They let him lie for a very long time D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 Till the rains from heaven did fall D Am C G Am A5 Am A5 And little Sir John sprung up his head D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 And so amazed them all C Am Am7 Am They let him stand 'til mid summer's day C D Esus4 E Esus4 E 'til he looked both pale and worn Dm Am C G Am A5 Am A5 And little Sir John's grown a long, long beard D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 And so become a man D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D Am C G Am A5 Am A5 They've hired men with scythes so sharp D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 To cut him off at the knee D Am C G Am A5 Am A5 They rolled him and tied him by the waist D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 Serving him most barbarously C Am Am7 Am They've hired men with sharp pitch forks C D Esus4 E Esus4 E Who pricked him to the heart... Dm Am C G Am A5 Am A5 And the loader he has served him worse than that D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 For he's bound him to the cart D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D Am C G Am A5 Am A5 They've wheeled him around and around in the field D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 'til they came onto a barn D Am C G Am A5 Am A5 And there they made a solemn oath D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 On poor John Barleycorn C Am Am7 Am They've hired men with the crab tree sticks C D Esus4 E Esus4 E to cut him skin from bone Dm Am C G Am A5 Am A5 And the miller he has served him worse than that D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 For he's ground him between two stones D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D C G Am A5 Am A5 D Am C G Am A5 Am A5 And little Sir John and the nut brown bowl D C Am G Am A5 Am A5 And he's brandy in the glass D Am C G Am A5 Am A5 And little Sir John and the nut brown bowl D Am G Am A5 Am A5 Proved the strongest man at last C Am Am7 Am The huntsman, he can't hunt the fox C D Esus4 E Esus4 E Nor so loudly blow his horn Dm Am C G Am A5 Am A5 And the Tinker he can't mend kettle nor pots D Am G A5 Without a little Barlycorn CHORDS: EADGBE Esus4 O222OO A5 OO22OO or Asus2 Am7 OO2O1O