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Easy And Slow ukulele

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_McCann_(musician)

   Being a Dub meself, I have a fondness for auld Dublin tunes
   This is the Jim McCann version, without the picked intro,
   working out the intro is great practice.
   Also, to keep with the Dublin accent, Easy is pronounced
   to rhyme with daisy, aisy and slow

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                        EASY AND SLOW

       C           Dm                 Am             Em
T'was down by Christchurch,   That I first met with Annie
    C            Am         Dm         G
A gentle young maiden,  And not a bit shy
     C           Dm         Am           Em
She told me her daddy, Who came from Dungannon
       C            Am              Dm        G   C
Would take her back home,   In the sweet bye and bye

     Am                        Em
And what's it to any man,    Whether or no
  Am                     Dm         G 
Whether I'm easy,   Or whether I'm true
         Am                      Em
As she lifted her petticoat,    Easy and slow
       C           Am               G          C
And I tied up my sleeve,    For to buckle her shoe

    C       Dm            Am          Em
If ever you go,   To the town of Dungannon
          C                Am               Dm         G
You may search 'Till your eyes,   They are empty and blind
        C         Dm             Am         Em
Be ya walkin' or runnin,    Or sittin' or standin'
   C         Am            Dm    G    C
A girl like Annie,    You never will find

     Am                        Em
And what's it to any man,    Whether or no
 Am                      Dm         G 
Whether I'm easy,   Or whether I'm true
         Am                      Em
As she lifted her petticoat,    Easy and slow
       C           Am                G         C
And I tied up my sleeve,    For to buckle her shoe

 C          Dm             Am          Em
Down along Thomas Street, Down to the Liffy
       C          Am              Dm           G
The sunshine was gone,   And the evening grew dark
  C               Dm               Am        Em
Along by King's Bridge,      And b'God in a jiffy
    C          Am            Dm       G   C
Me arms were around her,   Beyond in the park

     Am                     Em
And what's it to any man, Whether or no
 Am                      Dm         G 
Whether I'm easy,   Or whether I'm true
        Am                    Em
As she lifted her petticoat, Easy and slow
       C           Am            G          C   
And I tied up my sleeve, For to buckle her shoe

            
            
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