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Nicky Patterson - Here Comes The Mouldmaster Chords

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Here Comes the Mouldmaster!
(Nicky Patterson 2008)


V1: (chord sequence 1)
G
Grey skies and spittin rain
G
Saturday morning’s come again
G
I’m waitin for Mr McIlwaine
     C          D         G
To take us all up the school

V2: (C.s.1)
The pride of playin P7 first team
The strips are washed, the boots are clean
We’re flyin now like Mr Sheen
How many can we score?

V3: (C.s.2)
     C        
The ref’s the janny no surprise
          G
And it isn’t long ‘fore someone skies
      D
The ball o’er the fence and lies
    C       D      G
He says it wasnae him!

V4: (C.s.2)
Seagulls are on at half-time
Had kia-ora I’m feelin fine
I’ll give my boots another shine
And on for the second half!

V5: (C.s.1)
The blaze is crusty on my knees
The dad’s are cursin referees
Who the hell is John Cleese?
He’s just given a free-kick!

V6: (C.s.1)
Back ten yards says Basil Fawlty
All of a sudden my mouth goes salty
We’re makin a wall but its too cold to
And the boy is takin his time

Chorus:
  C              G
Here comes the mouldmaster
          C                   G
And it’s flyin right towards me
 C          G   Em
Oh help me mammy
     D
I’m gonna need some TLC

V7: (C.s.1)
I want to greet I want to cry
It’s got me right inside the thigh
The slap the sting that fuckin thing
Should be banned by the HSE

V1: (C.s.1)
Grey skies and spitting rain
Saturday morning’s come again
I’m waitin for Mr McIlwaine
To take me up the road!

Chorus
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