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Jarrow Song ukulele

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Jarrow Song - Alan Price

(based on the live version from the double Anthology cd)


G      D7     G     D7  (x2)

   G               D7                G                 D7
My name is Geordie McIntyre, An' the Bairns don't even have a fire
       G                                D7
So the wife says "Geordie, go to London Town!"
       G                  D7                   G              D7
And if they don't give us half a chance, Don't even give us a second glance
     G                D7                   G
Then Geordie, with my blessings, burn them down
                   D7                              G
Come on follow the Geordie boys, They'll fill your heart with joy
                 C         D7      G
They're marching for their freedom now
                   D7                             G
Come on follow the Jarrow lads, They'll make your heart feel glad
                C        D7         G
They're singing now, yes now is the hour
   G              D7                 G                       D7
My name is little Billy White, And I know what's wrong and I know what's right
        G                                D7
An' the wife says "Geordie, go to London Town!"
       G                    D7                   G               D7
An' if they don't give us a couple of bob, Won't even give you a decent job
     G                D7                   G
Then Geordie, with my blessings, burn them down
                   D7                              G
Come on follow the Geordie boys, They'll fill your heart with joy
                 C         D7      G
They're marching for their freedom now
                   D7                             G
Come on follow the Jarrow lads, They'll make your heart feel glad
                C        D7         G     A Bb   Fsus4     F
They're singing now, yes now is the hour

           F      (  Fsus4   F  )
Well I can hear them an' I can feel them
                                        Bb (Bbsus4 Bb)
An' it's as just as if they were here today
      F
I can see them, I can feel them
                                          Bb  Bbsus4  Bb
An' I'm thinking nothing's changed much today
    Eb        F           Gm
Not all those dreams must fade away and die
Eb        F       Gm
they will come and hit you in the eye
Eb        F       Gm   D7            
Now's the time to re-a-lize that time goes on
            Bb       C7       Ebm  Bb
And Nothin' changes, changes, chan-ges
          F
Now I can feel them, I can see them
                                        Bb   Bbsus4  Bb
An' it's as just as if they were here today
      F
I can feel them and I need them
                                          Bb  Bbsus4  Bb
An' I'm thinking nothing's changed much today
    Eb        F           Gm
Now all those dreams must fade away and die
Eb        F       Gm
They come back to hit you in the eye
Eb        F       Gm   D7
Now's the time to re-a-lize that time goes on
            Bb       C7       Ebm  Bb 
And nothin' changes, changes, chan-ges

(instrumental...)
Bb      C7       Ebm        Bb

Bb      C7       Ebm        Bb       D       G

   G              D7            G                D7
My name is little Alan Price, I tried to be nice all of my life
           G                              D7
But I'm afraid that up to date it doesn't work
        G                  D7              G                D7
Because when you make some money now, They try to screw you into the ground
    G                 D7             G
Now where do I stand, either side or not
                    D7                                   G
Come on follow this Geordie boy, He'll try and fill your heart with joy
               C       D7      G
We're marching for our freedom now
                    D7                                  G
Come on follow this Jarrow lad, He'll try and make your heart feel glad
             C        D7         G     A Bb     F   Fsus4   F    Fsus4  F
We're sayin' now, yes now is the hour

(instrumental ending)
Bb     C7      Ebm        Bb
Bb     C7      Ebm                Bb        A  Bb    A  Bb      A Bb    A  Bb

            
            
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