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Marshall Rileys Army Chords

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Lindisfarne - Marshall Riley's Army



[Intro]
G  C  G/B  Am  G  C  D

[Verse 1]
     G       D             Em
In October '36 they took a trip
            Bm
The men who made the ships
C                             D
Searching for some kind of salvation
     G                  D    
With head held high and dignified
    Em                Bm
The townsfolk and the passers by
C                             D 
Held them in some kind of admiration


[Chorus]
G        D           Em      C G
March on__, Marshall Riley's army
                  Bm                   D
Marching for your rights you've surely earned them
G        D           Em      C G
March on__, Marshall Riley's army
                        Bm                 D       G   C  G/B  Am  G  C  D
The lessons that you've taught us, who has learned them?


[Verse 2]
G               D        
Soldiers in the frontline
       Em               Bm
Of the struggle for the right to work
    C                                  D
Did god give me these hands just to be idle?
          G            D    
While his holiness the Bishop
         Em                 Bm
With his infinite Christian wisdom
     C                               D
Like Peter when the cock crew, had denied them

 
[Chorus]
G        D           Em      C G
March on__, Marshall Riley's army
                  Bm                   D
Marching for your rights you've surely earned them
G        D           Em      C G
March on__, Marshall Riley's army
                        Bm                 D       G   C  G/B  Am  G  C  D
The lessons that you've taught us, who has learned them?


[Verse 3]
        G               D 
And the yes-men and the press-men
          Em   Bm
To London town all came down
C                                   D
Brought with them the curious and deranged
    G               D                       
And forty years has since gone past
           Em                         Bm
But you're still down there if you're working class
    C                        D
Can anybody tell me what has changed?


[Chorus]
G        D           Em      C G
March on__, Marshall Riley's army
                  Bm                   D
Marching for your rights you've surely earned them
G        D           Em      C G
March on__, Marshall Riley's army
                        Bm                 D       G   C  G/B  Am  G  C  D
The lessons that you've taught us, who has learned them?


[Chorus]
G        D           Em      C G
March on__, Marshall Riley's army
                  Bm                   D
Marching for your rights you've surely earned them
G        D           Em      C G
March on__, Marshall Riley's army
                        Bm                 D       G   C  G/B  Am  G  C  D
The lessons that you've taught us, who has learned them?


[Chorus]       (## fade to end ##)
G        D           Em      C G
March on__, Marshall Riley's army
                  Bm                   D
Marching for your rights you've surely earned them
G        D           Em      C G
March on__, Marshall Riley's army
                        Bm                 D       G   C  G/B  Am  G  C  D
The lessons that you've taught us, who has learned them?
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