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My Uncle Dan Mccann chords

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        Am                          G
Well I lately wandered over here to search for my Uncle Dan,
   Am                             C        E7
He left the town of Galway in the year of '51,
C
Where he gone to I don't know
      G
I've searched this country high and low,
    C       G      F       E7 
But back to Galway I can't go,
    Am
Without my Uncle Dan.



            C
Have you seen my Uncle Dan McCann?
G
Typical bit of a Galwayman,
     Am                       C        E7
He Came out to the USA in the year of '51.
   C 
If any of you neighbours living here
     G
Have seen or heard of him anywhere,
      C         G        F       E7 
You'd oblige me if you'd help me find
   Am
My Uncle Dan McCann.



            Am                
Well let me tell you about my Uncle Dan
   G
By God he was a mighty man,
   Am                            C     E7
He swam the River Liffey twice a day
         C                 
And he ran three rounds of the Phoenix Park,
     G
And dance and sing just like a lark,
       C      G            F           E7 
And he wasn't afraid to go home in the dark,
   Am
My Uncle Dan McCann.


 
           C
So have you seen my Uncle Dan McCann?
G
Typical bit of a Galwayman,
     Am                       C        E7
He came out to the USA in the year of '51.
   C 
If any of you neighbours living here
     G
Have seen or heard of him anywhere,
      C         G        F       E7 
You'd oblige me if you'd help me find
   Am
My Uncle Dan McCann.


*Note:  I often like to strum just the chord here*


Am 
Well I found my Uncle Dan McCann,
G
Very prosperous Yankee man,
Am                                    C             E7
He holds a seat in Congress, and he's leader of his clan.
     C  
He's helped to write America's laws,
    G 
His heart and soul is in Ireland's cause,
    C        G       F         E7 
God help the man who opens his jaws
      Am
To my Uncle Dan McCann.

*Regular Strumming*

   C
So here's to my Uncle Dan McCann,
G
Typical bit of a Galwayman, 
    Am                                     C        E7   
He fought all through the Civil War in the year of '61.
       C                   
He was supple and nimble in every joint,
   G
He wasn't afraid of the bayonet point,
   C               G         F     E7 
He belonged to the fight in '69,
   Am
My Uncle Dan McCann.



    C
So here's to my Uncle Dan McCann,
G
Typical bit of a Galwayman,
     Am                    C        E7
Came out to the USA in the year of '51.
   C 
If any of you neighbours living here
     G
Have seen or heard of him anywhere,
      C            G     F        E7 
You'd oblige me if you'd help me find
   Am
My Uncle Dan McCann.
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