Girl From The North Country - written by Bob Dylan, performed by Neil Halstead
{Capo on 2nd fret}

[C]If you're [Em]travelin' in the [F]north country [C]fair,
Where the winds hit [Em]heavy on the [F]border [C]line,
[C]Remember [Em]me to [F]one who lives [C]there.
[C]She once [Em]was a [F]true love of [C]mine.
{same chord phase repeated}

If you're going [Em]where the [F]snowflakes [C]fall,
When the rivers [Em]freeze and the [F]summer [C]ends,
Please see for [Em]me that she's wearing a [F]coat so [C]warm,
To keep her [Em]from the [F]howlin' [C]winds.
{Piano plays CCFC, while guitar plays same chords as before}

Please see for [Em]me if her [F]hairs hanging [C]long,
If it falls and [Em]curls all [F]down her[C] breast.
Please see for [Em]me if her [F]hairs hanging [C]long,
Cause that's the [Em]way I re[F]member her [C]best.

[C]If you're [Em]travelin' in the [F]north country [C]fair,
Where the winds hit [Em]heavy on the [F]border [C]line,
Please say [Em]hello to [F]one who lives [C]there.
[C]She once [Em]was a [F]true love of [C]mine. [Em]
True love of[F] mine,[C] True love of [Em]mine,
Repeat chord structure (too lazy to write it down)
True love of mine, True love of mine,
True love of mine, True love of mine,
True love of mine.

Columbia, Written by Bob Dylan
Lyrics transcribed by Brad Bowman, chords by Henrik