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Parting Gloine: 

Verse 1: 
Dm                    F      C
Of all the money that ere I had, 
     Dm                  C
I spent it in good company. 
            Dm             C
And all the harm that ere I done, 
Dm     C                Dm
Alas! It was to none but me. 
      F
And all Ive done for want of wit, 
      Gm                F
To memory now I cant recall. 
     Dm                    C
So fill to me the parting glass. 
     Dm            C          Dm
Goodnight and joy be with you all.
 
Verse 2:  
Dm                          C
Oh, all the comrades that ere I had, 
         Dm                   C
They're sorry for my going away, 
          Dm                    C
And all the sweethearts that ere I had, 
Dm                   C              Dm
They’d wish me one more day to stay 
        F
But since it falls unto my lot 
            Gm                F
That I should rise and you should not, 
         Dm                         C
I will gently rise and I'll softly call, 
      Dm       C                Dm
"Goodnight and joy be with you all!"
 
 Verse 3:
Dm               F              C
Oh, if I had enough money to spend 
      Dm                 C
And leisure time to sit awhile 
     Dm              F        C
There is a fair maid in this town 
Dm     C                    Dm
That sorely has my heart beguiled 
        F 
Her rosy cheeks and ruby lips, 
Gm           F                C
I own she has my heart in thrall. 
     Dm                 F         C
So fill to me the parting glass. 
        Dm           C                Dm
“Goodnight and joy be with you all.”
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redbig wrote on December 16 2013, 09:24 am

Now that's more like it.

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redbig wrote on December 16 2013, 09:26 am

However, there's no C om company. Just leave it with the Dm

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