Kellish Hill Farm Sunday Jam Songlist

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On this page you will find lyric/chord charts for many of the songs commonly played at Kellish Hill Farm's Sunday jams. Sunday jams at Kellish Hill Farm tend toward traditional, folk, bluegrass, and country styles. While we try to play well known, simple songs so as many people as possible can play along, all songs and styles are welcome.


**Click on a song title to view a lyric/chord chart for that song. Right click on a song title to save the chart to your computer.

**Click on the YouTube link to view the song on YouTube.

The key and artist listed represent what is generally considered definitive for that that particular song. Please see the notes as they explain any conflict between the charts and the YouTube links.

Song Title Key Artist YouTube Link Notes
Back Home Again E John Denver LINK  
Blue Eyes Cryin' in the Rain E Willie Nelson LINK  
Brand New Key C Melanie LINK Actually recorded in C#, jams in C, or with capo on 1rst fret using C shapes
Brown Eyed Girl G Van Morrison LINK  
Bury Me Under The Weeping Willow B Carter Family LINK Capo at 2nd fret, use A shapes. Song commonly jams in A or even G
City of New Orleans F# Arlo Guthrie LINK Capo at 6th fret, use C shapes. Song commonly jams in C
Cold Cold Heart D Hank Williams LINK  
Country Roads A John Denver LINK  
Dead Flowers D Rolling Stones LINK  
Folsom Prison E Johnny Cash LINK  
Flop Eared Mule G Traditional LINK Rhythm chart for fiddle tune
Good Night Irene A Huddie Leadbetter (Leadbelly) LINK  
Guitars and Cadillacs A Dwight Yoakam LINK  
Heart of Gold G Neil Young LINK First chord is Em7
Hey Good Lookin' C Hank Williams LINK  
I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You) E Hank WIlliams LINK  
I Fall to Pieces D Patsy Cline LINK Recorded in Bb, Kellish Hill tends to jam this in D
I Saw The Light G Hank Williams LINK  
Jambalya C Hank Williams LINK  
Little Darling Pal of Mine E Carter Family LINK  
Love Potion #9 Am The Searchers LINK  
Margaritaville D Jimmy Buffet LINK  
Old Joe Clark A Traditional LINK fiddle tune, capo 2 on guitar, play G shapes. **here is a link to the isolated rhythm guitar
Pancho and Lefty C Willie Nelson LINK Kellish Hill Farm jams this song in C even though most recordings are in D. *To play aong with YouTube link, capo at 2nd fret, play shapes listed in chart
Red River Valley G Traditional LINK This has been recorded in every key - link is just an example
Six Days on the Road G Dave Dudley LINK  
St. Annes Reel D Traditional LNK Rhythm chart for fiddle tune
Supper Time G Traditional LINK Played at 5pm to close the jam - link is a different key, just an example
Tennessee Waltz G Patty Page LINK Patty Page recorded this in Eb but Kellish Hill and many jams play this in G
Wabash Cannonball A Carter Family LINK Recorded in Bb, jams in A or G
Wagon Wheel A Darius Rucker LINK A is the recorded key, you will see this in C or G also
Wildwood Flower G Carter Family LINK Has been recorded in many keys
Will The Circle Be Unbroken G Carter Family LINK Carter Family recorded in Ab, most jams play this in G
Wreck of the Old 97 C# Grayson & Whitter LINK First recorded by G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter in 1923.

* This recording is in C#. They were probably playing in D but the recording wound up flat. *History of this song
Your Cheatin' Heart C Hank Williams LINK