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Seven Deadly Sins Chords

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Seven Deadly sins - Dubliners
This is my version of seven deadly sins that I have worked out by ear.
This may not be %100 correct but its how I play it.

Capo 2nd fret (or transpose 2 up and play in A)


G
Some say that kissin's a sin
                            Em
But tell me how can that be true
    G
For kissing has been in this world
                     D             G
Since the very first day there was two
 
    G                           D
Now if it wasn't legal then the lawyers they would sue
        F                                 C
And the prisons would be full of folk who had a kiss or two
    G                                          
And if they didn't like it then away the girls would run
                                 D                   G
And if it wasn't plenty then the poor folk would get none 



G
Some say that gamblin's a sin
                            Em
But I'll bet you fifteen to one
     G
That gambling has been in this world
                 D                G
Since horses and greyhounds could run 

    G                           D
Now if it wasn't legal then the lawyers they would sue
        F                                 C
And the prisons would be full of folk who had a bet or two
    G                                          
And if they didn't like it then away the girls would run
                                 D                   G
And if it wasn't plenty then the poor folk would get none 



G
Some say that swearin's a sin
                              Em
But where is the man that can tell
    G
For swearing has been in this world
                    D          G
Since the Devil was told go to hell
 
    G                           D
Now if it wasn't legal then the lawyers they would sue
        F                                 C
And the prisons would be full of folk who had a curse or two
    G                                          
And if they didn't like it then away the girls would run
                                 D                   G
And if it wasn't plenty then the poor folk would get none 



G
Some say that smokin's a sin
                           Em
And a pipe now and then is enough
    G
But smoking has been in this world
                  D          G
Since Adam taught Eve how to puff 

    G                           D
Now if it wasn't legal then the lawyers they would sue
        F                                 C
And the prisons would be full of folk who had a smoke or two
    G                                          
And if they didn't like it then away the girls would run
                                 D                   G
And if it wasn't plenty then the poor folk would get none 



G
Some say that drinkin's a sin
                             Em
But a gargle is fine now and then
    G
For drinking has been in this world
             D      G
For ever and ever, Amen 

    G                           D
Now if it wasn't legal then the lawyers they would sue
        F                                 C
And the prisons would be full of folk who had a drink or two
    G                                          
And if they didn't like it then away the girls would run
                                 D                   G
And if it wasn't plenty then the poor folk would get none
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