Capo III Intro: D D A D In constant sorrow all through his days Verse 1: D G I am a Man Of Constant Sorrow A D I've seen trouble all my day. G I bid farewell to old Kentucky A D The place where I was born and raised. A D The place where he was born and raised Verse 2: D G For six long years I've been in trouble A D No pleasures here on earth I found G For in this world I'm bound to ramble A D I have no friends to help me now. A D He has no friends to help him now Verse 3: D G It's fare thee well my old lover A D I never expect to see you again G For I'm bound to ride that northern railroad A D Perhaps I'll die upon this train. A D Perhaps he'll die upon this train. Verse 4: D G You can bury me in some deep valley A D For many years where I may lay G Then you may learn to love another A D While I am sleeping in my grave. A D While he is sleeping in his grave. Verse 5: D G Maybe your friends think I'm just a stranger A D My face you'll never see no more. G But there is one promise that is given A D I'll meet you on God's golden shore. A D He'll meet you on God's golden shore..