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The Death Of Queen Jane chords

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Bothy Band - The Death Of Queen Jane



[Intro]
G  C  G  C

[Verse 1]
N.C.  G    C      G C    G         C       G
Queen Jane lay in labour full nine days or more
         Am    D      G  D7   G             G/A G/B C
'Til her women grew so tired, they could no longer  there
     G     D7      G    C  G  C
They could no longer there___


[Verse 2]
      G C         G C    G      C         G
"Good women, good women, good women as ye be
         Am  D   G        D7      G    G/A G/B C
Will you open my right side__ and find my  baby?
    G    D7   G   C  G  C
And find my baby"


[Verse 3]
    G    C         G C     G                C            G
"Oh no," cried the women, "That's a thing that never can be
        Am   D       G   D7     G         G/A G/B C
We will send for King Henry and hear what he  may say
    G         D7     G   C  G  C
And hear what he may say"


[Verse 4]
     G  C      G    C    G       C      G
King Henry was sent for, King Henry did come
         Am      D   G         D7       G          G/A  G/B C
Saying, "What do ail you, my lady? Your eyes, they look so  dim
     G          D7      G   C  G  C
Your eyes, they look so dim"


[Verse 5]
      G      C    G  C   G              C          G
"King Henry, King Henry, will you do one thing for me?
          Am  D    G      D7     G    G/A G/B C
That's to open my right side and find my  baby
    G    D7   G   C  G  C
And find my baby"


[Verse 6]
    G    C          G  C    G              C          G
"Oh no," cried King Henry, "That's a thing I'll never do
     Am      D          G  D7    G                G/A G/B C
If I lose the flower of England, I shall lose the branch  too
        G        D7     G   C  G
I shall lose the branch too"


[Instrumental]
C  G  C  G  C  G  C  G
Am  D  G  D  G  G/A G/B C  G  D7  G  C  G


[Verse 7]
C         G         C        G   C     G             C        G
There was fiddling, aye, and dancing, on the day the babe was born
    Am         D      G  D7      G    G/A G/B C
But poor Queen Jane beloved, lay cold as  the stone
    G    D7     G     C  G  C
Lay cold as the stone
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