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Bonny Streets Of Fyve-Io chords

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  • Added correct Capo/key. Added chording throughout. Markings for song parts.
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Added correct Capo/key. Added chording throughout. Markings for song parts. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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[Intro]
D     D    D  Dsus4 D Dsus2 D
D     D    D  Dsus4 D Dsus2 D

[Verse 1]
      D       
There once was a troop of Irish Dragoons
                           A
Come marching down through Fyve-Io
        D                           G
And the Captain fell in love with a very bonny lass
      A                                    D      D Dsus4 D Dsus2 D
As we marched through the bonny streets of Fyve-Io

[Verse 2]
    D       
The Captain's name was Ned. He was the pride of the Regiment
                               A
The bonniest lad in all of the Army-O
  D                               G
A very handsome sight, he was the ladies' own delight
      A                                    D     D Dsus4 D Dsus2 D   D Dsus4 D Dsus2 D
As we marched though the bonny streets of Fyve-Io

[Verse 3]
      D       
Well, it's I'll give you ribbons, Love, and I'll give you rings
                            A
I'll give you a necklace of amber-O
   D                                       G
If you'll come on down the stairs and comb back your yellow hair
          A                                  D       
And we'll march through the bonny streets of Fyve-Io

[Verse 4]
        D       
There's many a bonny lass, in the town of Achterlass
                                        A
Aye, there's many a bonny lassie in the Geary-O
        D                         G
There's many a bonny jean, in the streets of Aberdeen
        A                           D       
But the flower of them all lives in Fyve-Io

[Verse 5]
       D       
"Mount up!" the Colonel cried, "and it's o'er the bray we'll ride
                          A
Down from the Hielands to Fenario"
            D                      G
"Well, it's tarry another day," we heard our Captain say
      A                                    D       
As we marched through the bonny streets of Fyve-Io

[Verse 6]
    D       
The Colonel in his rage, drew his pistol and took aim
                                  A
At the bonniest lad in all of the Army-O
   D                            G
He fired a deadly ball, and our Captain, he did fall
      A                                    D      
As we marched through the bonny streets of Fyve-Io

[Verse 7]
     D       
It's lang ere we left, the town of Achterlass
                            A
We had our young Captain to carry-O
    D                      G
And lang ere we came in to bonny Aberdeen
        A                              D       
That we had our young Captain there to bury-O

[Verse 8]
      D       
There once was a troop, of Irish Dragoons
                           A
Come marchin' down through Fyve-Io
        D                            G
And the Captain fell in love, with a very bonny lass
      A                                    D       D Dsus4 D Dsus2 D
As we marched through the bonny streets of Fyve-Io 
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