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Cherish The Ladies - The Broom Of The Cowdenknowes


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Intro]    (Sung a Capella)
N.C
Oh, the broom, the bonnie, bonnie broom
N.C
Broom of the Cowdenknowes
N.C
Fain would I be in the north country
N.C
Herding his father's ewes

G   D  G    C   G  Bm  C  G  C   D


[Verse 1]
    G                    D    G
How Blithe each morn was I to see
                      C      G
My love came o'er the hills
               Bm          C      G   C
He skipped the burn and he ran to me
                   D
I met him with goodwill


[Chorus]
G                  D              G
Oh, the broom, the bonnie, bonnie broom
                   C       G
Broom of the Cowdenknowes
             Bm        C         G    C
Fain would I be in the north country
                     D      G
Herding his father's ewes


[Verse 2]
                  D        G
We neither herded ewes nor lamb
                         C    G
While the flocks near us lay
            Bm     C        G      C
He gathered in the sheep at night
                       D
And cheered me all the day


[Chorus]
G                  D              G
Oh, the broom, the bonnie, bonnie broom
                   C       G
Broom of the Cowdenknowes
             Bm        C         G    C
Fain would I be in the north country
                     D
Herding his father's ewes


[Instrumental]
G   D  G    C   G  Bm  C  G  C   D


[Verse 3]
     G                  D        G
Hard fate that I should banished be
                       C     G
Gone way o'er hill and moor
          Bm        C       G    C
Because I loved the fairest lad
                  D
That ever yet was born


[Chorus]
G                  D              G
Oh, the broom, the bonnie, bonnie broom
                   C       G
Broom of the Cowdenknowes
             Bm        C         G    C
Fain would I be in the north country
                     D      G
Herding his father's ewes


[Verse 4]
                D        G
Adieu, ye Cowdenknowes, adieu
                       C      G
Farewell all pleasures there
          Bm     C     G     C
To wander by his side again
                  D
Is all I crave or care


[Chorus]
G                  D              G
Oh, the broom, the bonnie, bonnie broom
                   C       G
Broom of the Cowdenknowes
             Bm        C         G    C
Fain would I be in the north country
                     D      G
Herding his father's ewes


[Chorus]
G                  D              G
Oh, the broom, the bonnie, bonnie broom
                   C       Em
Broom of the Cowdenknowes
             Bm        C         G    C
Fain would I be in the north country
                     D      G
Herding his father's ewes


[Outro]
G   D  G    C   G  Bm  C  G  C   D   G

            
            
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