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Laurel & Hardy – Trail of the Lonesome Pine (cowboy version with chords and lyrics)


Updated version (not necessarily better), just because the cowboy in the Laurel&Hardy film ‘Way Out West’ looks like he starts the song with an ‘F’ chord, so I re-wrote the original tabs to correspond…. Chords:- E – A – D – G – B – E 0 – 0 – 2 – 2 – 2 – 0 – – A 0 – 1 – 3 – 3 – 3 – 1 – – Bb 3 – 3 – 2 – 0 – 1 – 0 – – C 0 – 3 – 2 – 3 – 1 – 0 – – C7 0 – 0 – 0 – 2 – 1 – 2 – – D7 1 – 3 – 3 – 2 – 1 – 1 – – F 1 – 3 – 1 – 2 – 1 – 1 – – F7 3 – 2 – 0 – 0 – 0 – 3 – – G (or 3 5 5 4 3 3) (F) On a mountain in Virginia, stands a lonesome (C) pine. Just below (F) is the cabin home (G) of a little (C) girl of mine. Her (F) name is June and very, very soon, (D7) she’ll belong to me, (F) for I know she’s waiting there for me, (G) ‘neath that lone pine (C) tree. (C7) In the (F) Blue Ridge Mountains of (G) Virginia, on the (C) Trail of the Lonesome (F) Pine, in the pale moonshine, our (G) hearts entwine, where (C) she carved her name and (C7) I carved mine. Oh, (F) June, like the (F7) mountains I’m blue, like the (Bb) pine, I am lonesome for (A) you. (C) In (C7) the (F) Blue Ridge Mountains of (G) Virginia, on the (C) Trail of the Lonesome (F) Pine. I can’t figure out the new alternative to the ‘F#m’ chord, at the end of the line – “She’ll belong to me” – sorry! Played on a Crafter TRV-23N acoustic Travel Guitar

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  • TheEvilWeed posted: 03 Feb at 1:37 am

    @saddinall99
    aww, that’s so sweet. Glad the video helped you learn the song. Thanks very much for the nice comment

  • saddinall99 posted: 03 Feb at 1:45 am

    I’m rubbish on the guitar, but now thanks to you I can play this wonderful song to my baby girl – thanks!!

  • OZSCAR posted: 03 Feb at 2:06 am

    truly marvelous.

  • mrsilence posted: 03 Feb at 2:08 am

    @ShaggyBoy3
    I, too, was working on the uke chords for this and the F#m, which is another version I have as well, never sounded right to me. I like the simplicity of this version better.

  • charangosurf posted: 03 Feb at 2:30 am

    thanks for the lesson!

  • PraxisIV posted: 03 Feb at 2:46 am

    thanks a lot for that! couldn’t find the chords anywhere!

  • ricky6565 posted: 03 Feb at 3:33 am

    Good stuff dude. Nice to see somebody playing it in the same key as the guy in Way Out West . I like his arrangement best.

  • TheEvilWeed posted: 03 Feb at 4:26 am

    I started playing again about 3 years ago. Bought my first guitar in 1989, but gave up shortly after, because it was too hard, and took to playing drums instead. I hope this video helps you learn how to play it.

  • steveothehulk posted: 03 Feb at 5:16 am

    nice.
    how long you been playing?
    im just starting out i hope to play this song some day

  • TheEvilWeed posted: 03 Feb at 5:44 am

    Nevermind mate. Maybe someone will figure it out. But Thanks for trying

  • TheEvilWeed posted: 03 Feb at 6:21 am

    Hahaha – I’m a beacon of bollocks, but thanks for the 5 stars and the comment (it made me laugh)

  • ReidWelch posted: 03 Feb at 6:30 am

    YOU are a beacon of truth and goodness.

    FIVE STARS.

    Thank you!

  • ShaggyBoy3 posted: 03 Feb at 7:22 am

    Good show!
    I actually spent a couple of hours last night finding the uke alternative to the other video where the guitar has a capo, most of it looking for the F#m alt! After failing, it’s nice to see that better people than I have come up with the same chord set!
    Nice one

  • TheEvilWeed posted: 03 Feb at 7:44 am

    Cool! I love ukes, but cant play them with my stumpy sausage fingers.. Hope to see a video of you playing it. There is a ukulele version on youtube, but the video quality’s not great and you can’t actually see the chords he’s playing. Your rendition of ‘Hello My Baby’ is awesome, by the way.

  • MacGirvan posted: 03 Feb at 8:06 am

    Thanks! Those chords work nice on ukulele as well. Love that song!

  • TheEvilWeed posted: 03 Feb at 8:38 am

    Cheers!
    And thanks for the tip – it’s much easier playing it this way, and sounds better too.

  • clingsm posted: 03 Feb at 9:13 am

    that’s the one – terrific!

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