Man of Constant Sorrow

There’s a bunch of different versions of this song. This one isn’t my favorite version, nor the most popular, but I think it’s the best one for jamming with folks.
Key of G
d4 | cBBB | AGG | G4 | Gc BA2 | -A2 AA | GGG2 | -G2 |
D G C I am a man of constant sorrow D G I have seen trouble all my days I bid farewell to old Kentucky The place where I was borned and raised. For six long years I been in danger. No pleasure here on Earth I’ve found. So it’s fair you well my own true lover I never expect to see you again. Far in this world I’m bound to ramble; I have no friends to help me now. Far I’m bound to ride that northern railroad. Perhaps I’ll die upon a train. You may bury me in some deep valley For many a year there I may lay, So you may learn to love another When I am sleeping in my grave. Maybe your friends think I’m just a stranger. My face you’ll never see no more. But there’s one promise, that I’m gonna give you: I’ll meet you on God’s golden shore.