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...COME ALL YE ROLLING MINSTRELS... by Fairport Convention
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*from 'Liege & Lief' (1969)*


Intro:

D

Verse 1:

     D              A         D       A      G       D
Come all ye rolling minstrels, and to-gether we will try.
   D                A      D          A        G       D
To rouse the spirit of the earth, and move the rolling sky.

Verse 2:

D                       A        D          A         G           D
 Those that dance, will start to dance, and those who don't, will stay.
   D                A     D             A        G      D
In time to list our merry tune, that we play for you to-day.

Chorus 1:

        Am                                             D
So come all ye rolling minstrels, and together we will try.
   D                A      D          A        G       D
To rouse the spirit of the earth, and move the rolling sky.

Interlude:

D

Verse 3:

    D                A        D                A      G        D
Our fiddler, he just loves to play, and that's why he plays so good.
    D              A   D         A      G     D
And now he plays a vio-lin, made out of solid wood.

Chorus 2:

        Am                                             D
So come all ye rolling minstrels, and together we will try.
   D                A      D          A        G       D
To rouse the spirit of the earth, and move the rolling sky.

Interlude:

D

Verse 4:

    D             A     D          A     G      D
Pos-sessor of the magic touch, and no ma-gician he.
     D                 A     D        A         G        D
Will play for you some magic notes in-stead, as you will see.

Chorus 3:

        Am                                             D
So come all ye rolling minstrels, and together we will try.
   D                A      D          A        G       D
To rouse the spirit of the earth, and move the rolling sky.

Interlude:

D

Verse 5:

D                 A      D     A       G            D
 Sound of beating on the drum, song be-hind, you'll hear.
    D             A      D       A           G       D
And to the rhythm of gui-tar, we hope you'll lend an ear.

Chorus 4:

        Am                                             D
So come all ye rolling minstrels, and together we will try.
   D                A      D          A        G       D
To rouse the spirit of the earth, and move the rolling sky.

Interlude:

D

Verse 6:

          D                 A          D           A         G        D
Well, the man who plays the bass, does make, those low notes that you hear.
        D                    A       D       A       G       D
And the high notes come from you and me, for we will sing so clear.

Chorus 5:

        Am                                             D
So come all ye rolling minstrels, and together we will try.
   D                A      D          A        G       D
To rouse the spirit of the earth, and move the rolling sky.

Outro:

D


CHORD DIAGRAMS:
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   D       A       G       Am

 EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE
 xx0232  x02220  320003  x02210


Tabbed by Joel from cLuMsY, Bristol, England, 2007 (clumsyband@hotmail.com)

            
            
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John Uriel 1,090 Oct 09, 2007 01:51 AM

The sequence as I I hear it is

Verse

(D C D D Am G D) x 2

Chorus

Am D D C D Am G D

Double pull off on the simple D major to get the rhythm and feel.

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John Uriel 1,090 Oct 09, 2007 02:01 AM

A Brave attempt but the key to getting the chords right is listening to the bass line.

I think that the sequence is as the comment I posted, but it is only my opinion

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Wulver 231 Sep 10, 2011 10:35 PM

Essentially I concur with the two comments above. The given chord sheet works well enough when using power chords, mostly.

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