Artist: The White Stripes Song: Black Jack Davey Release: 04/29/2003 Duration: 5:06 Pitch: 0+c Key: Am [Intro] Am Am E Am Em D G Am Am [Verse 1] Am Black ... Black Jack Davey - DylanChords Black Jack Davey. Trad. /arr. Bob Dylan Released on Good As I Been To You ( 1992) and played live occasionally in 1993. Tabbed by Eyolf Østrem ... Black Jack Davey - Traditional Music Library Top 1000 Most Popular Folk and Old-time songs: Black Jack Davey, lyrics with chords and PDF for printing. BLACK JACK DAVID Chords - The Carter Family | E-Chords
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"She been with Black Jack Davey Rode off with Black Jack Davey" "Come on, come on my coal-black horse You're speedier than the gray I'll ride all day and I'll ride all night And I'll overtake my lady Yeah, I'll overtake my lady" Well, he rode all night 'til the broad daylight 'Til he came to a river ragin' And there he spied his darlin' bride
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Black Jack Davey O Black Jack Davy came riding by A whistling so merrily He made the woods all around him ring And he charmed the heart of a lady (2x) O come with me my pretty little one O come with me my honey I swear by the beard upon my chin That you'll never want for money Pull off, pull off your high heeled shoes All made of Spanish leather Black Jack Davey Dylan - mudcat.org Traditional Music and ... Subject: RE: Black Jack Davey Dylan From: Billiam Date: 03 Aug 03 - 06:48 PM True enough as regards the lyrics, which are not so far apart from several tradition versions (see Max Hunter website and Bronson) but the tune is something different which is miles apart from any of those that I have come across so far.