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Monday Morning Chords

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Monday morning    (intro)
 
    Dm - E - Am
 
     Dm                                 E              Am
1. Early one mornin’ one mornin’ in spring
         Dm                    G              C                  E
    to hear the birds whistle, the nightingales sing.
       Am             G                  Am          Em
    I met a fair maiden who sweetly did sing,
          Am              Dm                  E               Am
    I’m going to be married next Monday morning.
 
      Dm                            E               Am
2. “How old are you, my fair young maid,
     Dm              G               C              E
    here in this valley, this valley so green ?
     Am               G          Am             Em
    How old are you, my fair young maid ?”
     Am                   Dm                 E              Am
    “I’m goin’ to be sixteen next Monday morning.”
 
              Dm                                  E                       Am
3. “Well, sixteen years old, that’s too young for to marry,
         Dm             G              C                    E
    so take my advice, five years longer to tarry.
           Am                       G                Am           Em
    For marriage brings troubles and sorrows begin,
         Am              Dm                 E              Am
    so put off your wedding for Monday morning.”
 
             Dm                                 E                Am
4. “You talk like a mad man, a man with no skill,
    Dm                             G           C                     E
    two years I’ve been waiting against my own will.
            Am            G                Am                 Em
    And now I’m determined to have my own way,
           Am                    Dm                  E              Am
    and I’m going to be married next Monday morning.”
 


              Dm                                   E                   Am
5. “And next Monday mornin’ the bells they will ring,
   Dm                       G             C           E
   my true love will buy me a gay gold ring.
    Am            G            Am           Em
    Also he’ll buy me a new pretty gown
          Am            Dm                   E              Am
    to wear at my wedding next Monday morning.”
 
      Dm                                  E               Am
6. “Next Monday night when I go to my bed,
         Dm       G                   C                  E
    and I turn round to the man that I’ve wed,
       Am            G             Am                  Em
    around his middle my two arms I will fling,
             Am             Dm               E              Am
    and I wish to my soul it was Monday morning.”
 
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