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the 310 To Yuma


Ned Washington George Duning


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Song : C


Intro :
Fm
There is a lonely train,
Cm Fm
Called the 3: 10 to Yuma.
Fm Fsus2 Fm
The pounding of the wheels,
Eb Fm F Fm
Is more like a mournful sigh.


Fm Ab Eb
There's a legend and there's a rumour.
Fm Cm
When you take the 3: 10 to Yuma,
Eb
You can see the ghosts,
Eb7 C
Of outlaws go riding by, (riding by)
Gm C
In the sky (in the sky),
Gm7 C
'Way up high.
Gm7 Cm Gm7 C
The buzzards keep circling the train,
F Eb C
While below the cattle are thirsting for rain.

Fm
It's also true they say,
Cm Fm
On the 3: 10 to Yuma,
Fm Fsus2 Fm
A man can meet his fate.
Eb Fm F Fm
For fatetravels everywhere.

Fm Ab Eb
'Though you've got no reason to go there,
Fm Cm
And there ain't a soul that you know there.
Eb
When the 3: 10 to Yuma
Eb7 C
whistles its sad refrain.

Gbm B
Take that train
Gbm B
Take that train.

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