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The Aulde Triangle chords

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G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7

G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7


[Verse]
G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
A hungry feeling 

G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
Came o'er me stealing
        C         G        Am             D7
And the mice were squealing in my prison cell

[Chorus]
G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
And the auld triangle

G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
Went   jingle    jangle

C         G        Am     D  G
All along the banks of the Royal Canal.

[Verse]
To begin the morning
A screw was bawling
Get up ya bousey and clean out your cell

[Chorus]
G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
And the auld triangle

G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
Went   jingle    jangle

C         G        Am     D  G
All along the banks of the Royal Canal.

[Verse]
On a fine spring evening
The lag lay dreaming
The seagulls wheeling high above the wall

[Chorus]
G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
And the auld triangle

G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
Went   jingle    jangle

C         G        Am     D  G
All along the banks of the Royal Canal.

[Verse]
The lag lay sleeping
Oh the loike was creeping
And I lay there weeping for my good girl Sal

[Chorus]
G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
And the auld triangle

G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
Went   jingle    jangle

C         G        Am     D  G
All along the banks of the Royal Canal.

[Verse]
The wind was rising
And the day declining
As I lay pining in my prison cell

[Chorus]
G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
And the auld triangle

G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
Went   jingle    jangle

C         G        Am     D  G
All along the banks of the Royal Canal.

[Verse]
Up in the female prison
There are seventy-five women
And it is among them that I wish I did dwell

[Chorus]
G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
And the auld triangle

G       Gmaj7  G6      Gmaj7
Went   jingle    jangle

C         G        Am     D  G
All along the banks of the Royal Canal.

(fade)

            
            
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Nickthenab 10 Jan 21, 2014 06:58 PM, edited on January 22 2014, 12:08 am

This isn't how Glen plays it. I've watched 2 videos and saw him do this live and he has a capo on the 5th fret and he is playing it in D not G. This is good and it would work but not quite how he does it.

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Torsional 92 Aug 02, 2014 05:19 AM

Sounds really great when I play it. Took me a sec to realise the Am and D should be played halftime on "Royal".

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markdshipley 41 Sep 20, 2014 09:15 AM

I have seen him play this in several videos, and in person. He plays it both ways. Check out his duet with Damien Dempsey, where he is playing it without a capo.

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