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The Pines lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it's
really pretty song by Dolly Parton. It's not hard to play this one, the
chords are simple and it's done in 3/4 time.
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In The Pines recorded by Dolly Parton [3/4 time] written by Alan Riggs
G In the pines in the pines C G Where the sun never shines D7 G And you shiver when the cold wind blows
C G My love my love what have I done D7 G To make you treat me so
You've caused me to weep C G You've caused me to moan D7 G You've caused me to leave my home
C G The longest train I ever saw D7 G Went down that ole Georgia line C G The engine passed at 6 o'clock D7 G The caboose went by at nine
I asked my captain C G For the time of day D7 G He said he throwed his watch away
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old country song has been recorded by many different artists, I just
prefer Dolly's version. It's done in 3/4 time, the melody is very
pretty and the chords are simple to make. Just print In The Pines lyrics and chords, practice and enjoy.