Tom: Am
Intro:   
Am C D Am (2X)   
         
Verse 1:   
(no Drums, Single Strums)   
Am                          C            D                     Am   
      Thirty miles on the Gulf Stream, I hear the South wind moan   
    Am                 C      D                    Am   
The bridges gettin lower, the shrimp boats comin home   
Am                       C       D                  Am   
The old man down in the Quarter, slowly turns his head   
Am                       C                  D                Am   
    Takes a sip from his whiskey bottle and, this is what he said   

(Harmony, no Drums, Single Strums)   
Am C D Am I was born in the rain on the Pontchartrain, Underneath the Loosiana Moon Am C D E I don't mind the strain of a hurricane, they come around every June Am C D Am The highblack water, a devils daughter, shes hard, shes cold, and shes mean Am G D Am But nobody taught her, it takes a lot of water, to wash away New Orleans (drums)
Am Am Verse 2: Am C D Am Man came down from Chicago, he gonna set that levee right he said Am C D Am It needs to be at least three feet higher, it won't make it through the night. Am C D Am But the old man down in the Quarter, he said don't you listen to that boy Am C D Am The water be down by the morning, and he'll be back to Illinois Am (Harmony)
Am C D Am I was born in the rain on the Pontchartrain, Underneath the Loosiana Moon Am C D E I don't mind the strain of a hurricane, they come around every June Am C D Am The highblack water, a devils daughter, shes hard, shes cold, and shes mean Am G D Am But nobody taught her, it takes a lot of water, to wash away New Orleans
Solo: (Chorus Chords) Am C D Am Am C D E Am C D Am Am G D Am Am Am Am Verse 3: Am C D Am Thirty miles on the Gulf Stream, I hear the South wind moan Am C D Am bridges gettin lower, the shrimp boats comin home Am C D Am The old man down in the Quarter, slowly turns his head Am C D Am Takes a drink from his whiskey bottle and, this is what he said Am Am Am (A Cappella, Harmony)
Am C D Am I was born in the rain on the Pontchartrain, Underneath the Loosiana Moon Am C D E don't mind the strain of a hurricane, they come around every June (Harmony, with Drums) Am C D Am highblack water, a devils daughter, shes hard, shes cold, and shes mean Am G D Am But nobody taught her, it takes a lot of water, to wash away New Orleans
Am Am (Harmony)
Am C D Am I was born in the rain on the Pontchartrain, Underneath the Loosiana Moon Am C D E I don't mind the strain of a hurricane, they come around every June Am C D Am The highblack water, a devils daughter, shes hard, shes cold, and shes mean Am G D Am But nobody taught her, it takes a lot of water, to wash away New Orleans
(no Drums, Single Strums) Am G D Am nobody taught her, it takes a lot of water, to wash away New Orleans (music) Am Am Outro: Am C D Am Am C D E Am C D Am Am G D Am

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