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Song Name: Don Quixote By: Gordon Lightfoot
Posted By: yukon Difficulty: Beginner
Key: C Genre: General
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio:
Created: 2011-08-26 04:21:12 Modified: 2011-08-26 04:45:52
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Song:

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Through the woodland, through the valley
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Comes a horseman wild and free
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Tilting at the windmills passing
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Who can the brave young horseman be
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He is wild but he is mellow
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He is strong but he is weak
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He is cruel but he is gentle
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He is wise but he is meek
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Reaching for his saddlebag
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He takes a battered book into his hand
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Standing like a prophet bold
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He shouts across the ocean to the shore
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Till he can shout no more
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I have come o'er moor and mountain
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Like the hawk upon the wing
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I was once a shining knight
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Who was the guardian of  a king
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I have searched the whole world over
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Looking for a place to sleep
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I have seen the strong survive
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And I have seen the lean grown weak
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See the children of the earth
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Who wake to find the table bare
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See the gentry in the country
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Riding off to take the air
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Reaching for his saddlebag
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He takes a rusty sword into his hand
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Then striking up a knightly pose
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He shouts across the ocean to the shore
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Till he can shout no more
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See the jailor with his key
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Who locks away all trace of sin
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See the judge upon the bench
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Who tries the case as best he can
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See the wise and wicked ones
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Who feed upon life's sacred fire
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See the soldier with his gun
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Who must be dead to be admired
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See the man who tips the needle
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See the man who buys and sells
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See the man who puts the collar
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On the ones who dare not tell
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See the drunkard in the tavern
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Stemming gold to make ends meet
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See the youth in ghetto black
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Condemned to life upon the street
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Reaching for his saddlebag
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He takes a tarnished cross into his hand
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Standing like a preacher now
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He shouts across the ocean to the shore
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Then in  a blaze of tangled hooves
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He gallops off across the dusty plain
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In vain to search again
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Where no one will hear
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Through the woodland, through the valley
 4    5   6  5    -4   -4   5

Comes a horseman wild and free
 4   5  6   6    6  -6    6  5

Tilting at the windmills passing
 4   4   5   6     5     -4  -3  4

Who can the brave young horseman be
4  5   6    6  6  -6  6  5

He is wild but he is mellow
4  5     6    5  -4 -4   5

He is strong but he is weak
4  5    6    6  6  -6  6  5

He is cruel but he is gentle
4  5    6   5  -4 -3  4

He is wise but he is meek

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