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Yellow Creek Recorded by John Anderson Written by Ken McDuffie
Am C Oh those Yellow Creek waters bathed the sons and daughters F Am Of an Indian nation called the Cherokee C Am Then came those pioneer settlers that drove the Indians westward C F Am Far from their home down on Yellow Creek
C Now it's many years later I'm living in the nature F Am In this Indian paradise called Tennessee C Am Where I find those broken arrows that flew like the sparrows C F Am The sparrows that still fly down on Yellow Creek
F C Oh those Yellow Creek waters bathed the sons and daughters F Am Of an Indian nation called the Cherokee F C Am Through the blood stained years they walk the trail of tears C F Am Crying for their home down on Yellow Creek
C Sometimes my wife and babies think I'm going crazy F Am When I talk about the things I see and hear when they're asleep C Am Like those Indian children playing singing and a saying C F Am This is their home down on Yellow Creek
Repeat #3 x2
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