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Gartloney Rats Chords

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***GARTLONEY RATS - by Terry Woods
from the album "Peace And Love"

Gartloney Rats - as perfomed by The Pogues

intro C G C G C G F C

C                              Gm
The boys from the village were festering sore
                                F
For a day on the rant with some music and more
C                                  Gm
They'd drink porter in Maura's way over in Fore
    F                        C
And never get drunk but stay sober
(every verse uses this sequence)

There was Harry the banjo and Dunne of the swan
With whose bone from the wing he'd beat the bodhran
And the song that he'd sing was of ganders and all
He'd never get drunk but stay sober

There was Woods on the Guitar and auld squeeze box too
Who came from a time before aeroplanes flew
He'd sit in a corner and mule quite a few
And he'd never get drunk but stay sober

Intro
C F D G C F C G C 2x

There was Mahon the singer who knew all the songs
And never was known to put a foot wrong
He'd sing through the night till the break o' the morn
And he'd never get drunk but stay sober

Then Harry the banjo now there was a man
A bottomless pit if ever there was one
More porter he'd lower that there was in the land
And he'd Never get drunk but stay sober

Well the Gartloney Rats would play away
They'd play for the pints and not for the pay
And the pints they'd go down in the usual way
And they'd never get drunk but stay sober

End instramental 1 - C F C G C 2x
End instramental 2 - G D G C G C 2x
repeat both parts once
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