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Bonny Blue-Eyed Nancy chords

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Cherish The Ladies - Bonny Blue-Eyed Nancy



[Verse 1]
N.C.
How could I live on the top of a mountain?
N.C.
With no money in my pocket, no gold for the counting
N.C.
For I would let the money go, all for to please her fancy
N.C.                                                  C
And I would marry no one but my own dear blue-eyed Nancy


[Verse 2]
         F               C                    Dm               C
She's my bonny blue-eyed lassie with, with an air so sweet and tender
    F                  Am            Dm       G         C
Her walk like swans on water and her waist so small and slender
    F              C                 Dm                  C
Her golden hair in ringlets fell all o'er her snow-white shoulder
    F                   C                     Dm     G        C
And I'll ask her for to marry me, and there's no man could be bolder


[Instrumental]
F  C  Dm  Em    F  C  Am  F  C  G  C


[Verse 3]
             F           C          Dm          C
Now, there's some people say she is very low in station
            F           Em                 Dm7      Am    G   C
And there's more people say, she'll be the cause of my ruination
    F                C
But let them all say what they will
   Dm    Am         F        Em
To her I will prove constant still
         F          C                Am     G      C
'Til the day that I die, she will be my own lovely lady


[Interlude]
F   C   Dm  G  C


[Verse 4]
    Dm                C                F               Em
How lightly skims the swallow o'er the dark waters of Eochaill
    Dm                 C              Dm    G    C
And blithely sings the nightingale so happy to behold her
        F                       C
And the winds may blow, and the moorcocks crow
        Dm         Am     F       Em
And the moon shine out so clearly O
        Dm        C         Dm7      G      C
Ah, but deeper by far is my love for my own lady


[Verse 5]
                  F           C                   Dm          C
Well now, there's some people tell me that she is very low in station
            F           C                  Dm7      Am    G   C
And there's more people say, she'll be the cause of my ruination
    F                C
But let them all say what they will
   Dm    Am         G
To her I will prove constant still
 N.C.                                                C
'Til the day that I die, she will be my own lovely lady

            
            
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