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Broom O The Cowdenknowes chords

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Dave Gunning - Broom O' The Cowdenknowes


CAPO: 2nd Fret




[INTRO]
G      C  G  C

    G          Bm     C          G
How Blithe was I each morning to see
                      C  D
My love came o'er the hills
    G           Bm       C      G
She skipped the burn and ran to me
  Am               D
I met her with goodwill


   G       Bm     C        G
We neither herded ewes nor lamb
                         C D 
While the flocks near us lay
    G        Bm     C        G
She gathered in the sheep at night
    Am                    D
And cheered me all of the day


[CHORUS]
G       Bm         C              G
Oh, the broom, the bonnie, bonnie broom
                       C   D 
The broom o' the Cowdenknowes
G          Bm          C       G
Fain would I be in the Old Country
Am                   D
Herding her father's ewes


    G         Bm       C       G
She tuned her pipe and reed so sweet
                          C D 
The birds stood listening by__
    G        Bm          C         G
And even the dull cattle stood and gazed
Am                   D
Charmed with her melody


     G         Bm       C        G
Hard fate that I should banished be
                       C D 
Gone way over hill and moor 
  G       Bm        C       G
Because I loved the fairest lass
     Am           D
That ever yet was born


[CHORUS]
G       Bm         C              G
Oh, the broom, the bonnie, bonnie broom
                       C   D 
The broom o' the Cowdenknowes
G            Bm        C       G
Fain would I be in the Old Country
Am                   D
Herding her father's ewes


[INSTRUMENTAL]
G  C  G    C  D  G  C  G  Am  D


 G        Bm    C        G
Adieu, ye Cowdenknowes, adieu
                            C D 
Farewell all your pleasures there
   G      Bm     C     G
To wander by her side again
   Am             D
Is all I crave or care


[CHORUS]
G       Bm         C              G
Oh, the broom, the bonnie, bonnie broom
                       C   D 
The broom o' the Cowdenknowes
G          Bm          C       G
Fain would I be in the Old Country
Am                   D
Herding her father's ewes


[CHORUS]
G       Bm         C              G
Oh, the broom, the bonnie, bonnie broom
                       C   D 
The broom o' the Cowdenknowes
  G      Bm          C       G
I wish I were in the Old Country
Am                   D
Herding her father's ewes


[OUTRO]
G Bm C  G    C  D  G Bm C  G  Am  D  (2x)
G  C  G  C  G  C  G  C
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