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Cherish The Ladies - Matt Hyland


CAPO: 5th Fret



[Intro]
C   Dm   Em   C  G
C   Dm   Em  F  G

[Verse 1]
            C   G         F       C     F
There was a lord__, lived in this town
    G     F        Em    Dm   C
Who had a fair and lucky daughter
                  G  F        C    F
She was courted by a handsome man
    G     F       Em     Dm C
Who was a servant to her father
                             G
But when her parents came to know
           C             F         G C      F
They swore they'd ban him from the island
               C   F                     C       F
This maid, she knew that her heart would break
    G      C                    G C
Had she to part with young Matt Hyland


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


[Verse 2]
            C G    F        C     F
Straightway to her love she went
    G      F      Em      Dm   C
And then into his room to wake him
                   G    F        C    F
Saying, "Arise, my love, and go away
     G    F         Em      Dm C
This very night you will be taken
                       G
I overheard my parents say
            C       F          G    C
In spite of me they would transport you
               F        C    F
Arise, my love, and go away
  G       C              G    C
I wish to God I'd gone before you"


[Verse 3]
              G   F             C     F
They both sat down all upon the bed
    G       F        Em   Dm C
All for the sight of one another
            G        F      C      F
And not one word did either speak
     G        F          Em        Dm C
'Til down her cheeks the tears did shower
                           G
She laid her head upon his breast
           C        F      G      C      F
Around his neck her arms entwined then
             C   F              C    F
"No duke nor earl nor lord I'll wed
     G        C                G C
I'll wait for you, my own Matt Hyland"


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


[Verse 4]
         C G     F       C      F
"How can I__ go away, my love?
    G     F      Em     Dm C
How can I go without my wages?
            G     F     C    F
Without one penny of my own
     G         F       Em       Dm C
Just like some low and lonesome vagrant"
                                 G
"Here's twenty guineas in bright gold
                C         F      G    Am
That's far much more than Father owes you
         C    F        C     F
Take it, love, and go away
    G          C           G    C
You know right well, I do adore you"


[Verse 5]
            G               F        C     F
The lord conversed with his daughter fair
    G      F       Em     Dm  C
One night above in her bedchamber
                       G    F                 C     F
Saying, "I'll give you leave for to bring him back
      G          F       Em       Dm C
Since there's no one can win your favour"
                            G
She wrote a letter in great haste
            C         F       G  Am
For him her heart was still repining
                 C    F                   C     F
They brought him back, to the church they went
    G      C                  G C
And made a lord of young Matt Hyland
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