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Unconstant Lover chords

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Karliene - Unconstant Lover


CAPO: 1st Fret

       

[Verse 1]
N.C.
Oh, it's meetings a pleasure and it's parting a grieve
And an unconstant lover is worse not a thief
For the thief he will rob you and just steal what you have
But an unconstant lover will follow you to your grave


[Chorus]
N.C.
Oh, they'll buy you fine trinkets, fine garments and flowers
And they'll call in at tea-time to pay their devours
They'll swear that they love you by the light of the moon
And propose marriage? No, sherry cobblers at Taylor's Saloon


[Verse 2]
    G                          D            G
But when you are married, look out for your hub
                                 D
'Cause evenings you spend at the old fellows' club
       Em                     C
At the officer's store he was kept, he'll pretend
    G                       D          G
And so he was too, drinking rum with a friend


[Chorus]
            G                           C
Oh, they'll buy you fine trinkets, fine garments and flowers
            G                      D
And they'll call in at tea-time to pay their devours
        Em                              C
They'll swear that they love you by the light of the moon
       G                                     D          G
And propose marriage? No, sherry cobblers at Taylor's Saloon


[Verse 3]
    G                        D            G
But fortunes are false and a fickle young day
                                    D
And it's worse than bad luck for to die an old maid
        Em                           C
And the best of all blessings we can meet in this life
     G                          D             G
Is a kind, loving husband and a good-tempered wife
    Em                           C
The best of all blessings we can meet in this life
     G                          D             G
Is a kind, loving husband and a good-tempered wife

            
            
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