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*Oh My Darling, Clementine*is a ballad from the late 19th century referring to the love for a 49ers daughter during the California Gold Rush. The daughter drowns but our hero quickly consoles himself with her sister, although the last verse about that is frequently omitted depending on the audience. The chord progression is about as simple as any, just using two chords. The lesson represents the chords using symbols rather than specific names, and different keys are considered.