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Cherish The Ladies - The Curragh Of Kildaire


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Intro]
G  F  G  Dm7  G  Dm7  G  C

[Verse 1]
              Am            Dm7              G
The winter is past, and the summer's come at last
        Dm7             C              G
And the small birds are singing in the trees
                        C         Dm7          G
Their little hearts are glad, but mine is very sad
      C               F             G
Since my true love is far away from me


[Verse 2]
    C             Am             Dm7           G
The rose upon the briar like the water running clear
      Dm7        C              G
Gives joy to the linnet and the bee
                        C            Dm7         G
Their little hearts are blessed, but mine is not at rest
      C               F             G
Since my true love is far away from me


[Chorus]
         C                 Am          F             G
For it's straight I will repair to the Curragh of Kildare
     C     F         Dm7           G
It's there I'll find tidings of my dear


[Bridge]
  C           Am       F                G
A livery I'll wear and I'll comb back my hair
       Dm        C              G
And in velvet of green I will appear


[Instrumental]
G  Am  F  G    C  F  G


[Chorus]
         C                 Am          F             G
For it's straight I will repair to the Curragh of Kildare
     C     F         Dm7           G
It's there I'll find tidings of my dear


[Instrumental]
C  Dm7  C  Dm7  C  F  G   (2x)


[Verse 3]
C               Am       Dm7         G
You that are in love and cannot it remove
  Dm7      C               G
I pity the pain that you endure
                       C              Dm7                G
For experience lets me know that your hearts are full of woe
  C           F          G
A woe that no mortal can cure


[Chorus]
         C                 Am          F             G
For it's straight I will repair to the Curragh of Kildare
     C     F         Dm7           G
It's there I'll find tidings of my dear


[Chorus]
         C                 Am          F             G
For it's straight I will repair to the Curragh of Kildare
     C     F         Dm7           G
It's there I'll find tidings of my dear

            
            
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