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Cara Dillon - Jacket So Blue


CAPO: 4th Fret



{INTRO:] C  D    C  D

[VERSE 1:]
  C              F               G        C
A ship's crew of sailors, as you may understand
                   G              F       G
Bound for the West Indies or some foreign land
        C                      F            G 
There's one lad amongst them I wish I never knew
        C              F             G         C
He's my bonnie, bonnie sailor with a jacket so blue


[VERSE 2:]
                 F                   G                C
The first time I saw my love, he'd a spy glass in his hand
               G           F            G
I went to talk to him, but he would not stand
  C                             F     G 
I went to talk to him, but from me he flew
       C              F                     G         Am   F  G  C  D  F  G
And my heart it went along with him and his jacket so blue______


[VERSE 3:]
     C              F               G        C
Says I, "My noble sailor, I'll buy your discharge
                   G           F          G
I'll free you from sailing and set you at large
     C                                     F             G 
I'll free you from that man-o-war, if your heart does be true
        C           F             G         C
And I'd never let a stain on your jacket so blue"


[VERSE 4:]
                         F            G         C
"Well" said I, "My noble lady, you'll buy my discharge
                    G           F         G
You'll free me from sailing and set me at large
       C                                  F             G 
You'll free me from that man-o-war, if my heart does be true
        C                  F          G      N.C.   C
Ah, but then what would my own lovely Scotch lassie do"


[INSTRUMENTAL:] C  D    C  D    C  D    C  D


[VERSE 5:]
     C        F            G         C
"For I have a lassie in my own countery
                G                  F    G
And I would not slight her for her poverty
   C                                   F           G 
If I were to slight her, then my heart wouldn't be true
        C            F           G         Am   F    G
For she never left a stain on my jacket so blue____"


[VERSE 6:]
     C            F            G         C
I'll write off to Dublin to an artist of skill
                        G                 F      G
And I'll have my love's picture drawn out in its full
     C                            F           G 
I'll place it in my chamber quite close to my view
         C             F             G              C
And I'll say I loved a sailor with a heart that was true


[OUTRO:] C  D    C  D    C  D    C  D

            
            
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