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Auld Lang Syne chords

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Song: Auld lang syne 
Composer: Robert Burns / Traditional

Tabbed by DJ ('DiddyD' on ultimateGuitar.com)
23rd Dec 2012

The two most common sung verses on New Years Eve,
from the Scottish poet Robert Burns song about
friendship. The title translates as 'old long ago'.

D7 = xx0212   Am = x02210   C#dim = xx2323
G  = 320003   G7 = 320001   B7/D# = xx1202
Em = x22000   C  = x32010   Am7   = x02010
                            C6    = x32210

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[Verse 1]
D7          G             Em   Am       D7
    Should old acquain - tance be for - got,
     G      G7        C    C#dim
And never brought to mind?
        G             Em   Am       D7
Should old acquain - tance be for - got,
B7/D#     Em     Am7   D7   G
 And the days of auld lang syne?


[Verse 2]
 C   G    G7   C6       D7
For auld lang syne, my dear,
     G    G7   C   C#dim
For auld lang syne,
        G     Em       Am     D7
We'll drink a cup of kindness yet,
B7/D#     Em     Am7   D7   G
 For the sake of auld lang syne!


[Verse 3]
 C   G    G7   C6       D7
For auld lang syne, my dear,
     G    G7   C   C#dim
For auld lang syne,
        G     Em       Am     D7
We'll drink a cup of kindness yet,
B7/D#     Em        Am7      D7       G
 For the sake--- of auld--- lang---  syne-----!

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For the complete Scottish version here's the link
to my Paolo Nutini version, with chords closer to
the original folk tune.
http://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/p/paolo_nutini/auld_lang_syne_crd.htm

            
            
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maguri [tm] 31,558 Jun 01, 2013 07:23 AM

Nothing like a good Christmas song in this icy month of May!

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