Titanic Blues

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Titanic Blues-Bill Jackson
A position, standard tuning

Now the Titanic pulled out from England, bound for New York shore
Now the Titanic pulled out from England, bound for New York shore
Cryin' when she struck that iceberg, poor old ship was lost

She was sailing 'cross the water, sailing 'cross the deep blue sea
She was sailing 'cross the water, sailing 'cross the deep blue sea

Now when the Titanic was sinkin', sinkin' in the deep blue sea
Now when the Titanic was sinkin', sinkin' in the deep blue sea
Oh, then the band begin to play "Nearer My God To Thee"

Now Captain Smith walked out with a shotgun under his arm
Now Captain Smith walked out with a shotgun under his arm
Cryin', "Let the women get off. Let the men go down."

Now wasn't it sad, sad, when the great ship went down?
Now wasn't it sad, sad, when the great ship went down?
There was husbands and wives, little children lost their lives

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