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Greg Russell And Ciaran Algar - On Raglan Road


CAPO: 3rd Fret




[VERSE 1:]
   C                        F
On Raglan Road on an autumn day
  C       G         C
I saw her first and knew
     F                   C
That her dark hair would weave and snare
                     G
That I might one day rue


[VERSE 2:]
  F              C
I saw the danger and I passed
                     G
Along the enchanted way
      C                           F
And I said let grief be a fallen leaf
       C       G      C
At the dawning of the day


[VERSE 3:]
                          F
On Grafton Street in November
   C                G        C
We tripped lightly along the ledge
        F               C
But the deep ravine was hardly seen
                      G
The work of passion's pledge


[VERSE 4:]
    F                     C
The Queen of Hearts still making tarts
                   G
And I'm not making hay
      C                         F
Oh, I love too much, by such by such
   C         G       C
Is happiness thrown away


[VERSE 5:]
                        F
I gave her gifts of the mind
      C        G      C
And I gave her secret signs
    F              C
Now to the artists have I known
                     G
To gods of sound and stone


[VERSE 6:]
F              C
Good intent, I did not stint
                    G
I gave her poems to say
       C                                F
In her own name there, in her own dark hell
  C                G       C
I ploughed, so the fields obey


[VERSE 7:]
                                       F
On a quiet street where the old ghosts meet
  C       G        C
I see her walking now
 F               C
Away from me, so hurriedly
                 G
My reason hurts aloud


[VERSE 8:]
    F                C
But had I loved, not as I should
                     G
A creature made of clay
    C                    F
The angel woos and loses wings
       C       G      C
At the dawning of the day

            
            
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