Intro Em Em C D Em x2 verse 1 Em C D Well, I go by the name of Henri LeBlanc Em Bm And trapping is my trade. Em C D Now, my daddy was French and my momma was a squaw; Em D Em I was born in the hem-lock shade.Transition Em Em C D Em verse 2 Em C D Well, it ain?t very warm in November?s storms; Em Bm Still, it?s off to the traps I?ll go Em C D And the whistle of the jay in the trees on the way Em D Em Breaks the hush of the fall-ing snow.C Am Forty-four years in the northern woods G Bm From Quebec to Hudson?s Bay, Em C D Forty-four years in the northern woods Em D Em Where the bear and the bea-ver stay.Em Em C D Em verse 3 Em C D When it?s early in the spring and the high geese sing Em Bm Heading up to the northern Grounds, Em C D When it?s early in the spring and the river breaks up Em D Em With a moaning, groan-ing soundC Am From my piney log shack with my traps on my back G Bm To the hills of evergreen, Em C D Em The music that I know is the north wind?s blow Em D Em And the cry of the wolve-rine.Bridge G D And my life goes along like a song and a river C D Flowing down along the way. G D Through the months and the years and the smiles and the tears C D I find a friend in every day. verse 4 (In French) Em C D Je suis connu par le nom LeBlanc Em Bm Et je suis un trappeur. Em C D Fils de francais, ma mère était indienne, Em D Em Je suis né sous les épinettes.C Am Then it?s off on the road with my furs in a load G Bm For the ladies around the town. Em C D Well, they?ll look very nice for a very fine price Em D Em And be warm when the wind blows down.Outro Em Em C D Em x2C Am Quarante-quatre ans dans les bois du nord G Bm De Québec jusqu?à d?Hudson, Em C D Quarante-quatre ans dans les bois du nord Em D Em Où se trouve le grand élan. C Am Forty-four years in the northern woods G Bm From Quebec to Hudson?s Bay, Em C D Forty-four years in the northern woods Em D Em Where the bear and the bea-ver stay.