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Old Blind Dogs - Lads O The Fair


Capo 3



[Intro]
D  C  D  C  D  C  D  C


[Verse 1]
      D
Come, bonnie lass, lie near me
    G
An' let the brandy cheer ye
        C
For the road frae Fife tae Falkirk's lang
    D
An' cauld an' wet an' weary

My trade, it is the weavin'
       G
In the bonnie toun o' Leven
          C
An' we'll drink a health tae the farmers' dames
       G
Wha'll buy our cloth the morn


[Chorus]

You can see them a', the lads o' the fair
                            C
Lads frae the Forth an' the Carron water
G
Workin' lads an' lads wi' gear
                       C
Lads wha'd sell ye the provost's dochter
G
Sodjers back frae the German wars
C                    D
Peddlers up frae the border
    C                      Am            G
An' lassies wi' an eye for mair than the key
       C                Am G
At the trysting fair at Falkirk


[Verse 2]
      D
Come, Georgie, haud the pony
        G
For the path is steep and stony
         C
An' it's three lang weeks frae the Isle o' Skye
        D
And the beasts are thin an' bony

We'll tak the last o' the siller
    G
An' buy oursels a gill or two
    C
An' drink to the lads wha'll buy our kye
   G
In Falkirk toun the morn


[Chorus]

You can see them a', the lads o' the fair
                            C
Lads frae the Forth an' the Carron water
G
Workin' lads an' lads wi' gear
                       C
Lads wha'd sell ye the provost's dochter
G
Sodjers back frae the German wars
C                    D
Peddlers up frae the border
    C                      Am            G
An' lassies wi' an eye for mair than the key
       C                Am G
At the trysting fair at Falkirk


[Verse 3]
      D
Staun hear an' I'll show ye
G
There's the toun below ye
         C
But we'd best bide here in the barn the nicht
        D
For the nightwatch dinna know ye

My brother, he's a ploughman
    G
An' I'm for the feeing now, man
          C
An' we'll drink tae the price o' the hairvest corn
   G
In Falkirk toun the morn


[Chorus]

You can see them a', the lads o' the fair
                            C
Lads frae the Forth an' the Carron water
G
Workin' lads an' lads wi' gear
                       C
Lads wha'd sell ye the provost's dochter
G
Sodjers back frae the German wars
C                    D
Peddlers up frae the border
    C                      Am            G
An' lassies wi' an eye for mair than the key
       C                Am G
At the trysting fair at Falkirk


[Verse 4]
    D
The wark o' the weaver's over
    G
Likewise the days o' the drover
        C
An' the ploughboy sits on a tractor noo
    D
Too high to see the clover

The warkin's no sae steady
        G
But the lads are aye still ready
    C
Tae drink a health tae the working man
   G
In Falkirk toun the morn


[Chorus]

You can see them a', the lads o' the fair
                            C
Lads frae the Forth an' the Carron water
G
Workin' lads an' lads wi' gear
                       C
Lads wha'd sell ye the provost's dochter
G
Sodjers back frae the German wars
C                    D
Peddlers up frae the border
    C                      Am            G
An' lassies wi' an eye for mair than the key
       C                Am G
At the trysting fair at Falkirk


[Outro]
D  C  D  C  D  C  D  C
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