The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (Anglické písničky (směs))

Emi G C Emi 1. Virgil Cain is my name and I served on the Danville train G Emi C Emi till Stoneman's cavalry came and tore up the tracks again C G in the winter of sixty-five Emi C we were hungry just barely alive Emi C I drove a train to Richmond, Nefelle G Emi D it was a time I remember very well. G C G R: The night they drove old Dixie down Emi and all the bells were ringin' G C G the night they drove old Dixie down Emi and all the people were singin' G Emi Ami D na na na ... 2. Back with my wife in Tennessee one day she said to me "Virgil quick come see there goes the Robert E. Lee" Now I don't mind choppin' wood and I don't care if the money's no good you take what you need and you leave the rest but they should never have taken the very best. R: 3. Like my father before me I'm a workin' man and like my brother above me I took a rebel stand he was eighteen proud and brave but a Yankee laid him in his grave I swear by the blood beneath my feet you can't raise a Cain back up when he's in defeat. R: