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Old Blind Dogs - Mill O' Tifty

Capo 2

[Intro]
G  D7  G  D7  G  C  Am  Em

[Verse 1]
   G                   D7
At Mill o' Tifty there lived a man
       G               D7
In the neighborhood o' Fyvie
       G            C
And he had a lovely daughter dear
      Am              Em
Wha's name was bonnie Annie

[Verse 2]
     G           D7
Lord Fyvie had a trumpeter
       G              D7
By the name o' Andrew Lammie
       G                C
And he had the airt tae win the heart
   Am              Em
O' Mill o' Tifty's Annie

[Verse 3]
     G             D7
Lord Fyvie, he cam tae the mill
     G            D7
Whar lived bonnie Annie
    G              C
His trumpeter rade him before
         Am          Em
Even the same Andrew Lammie

[Verse 4]
    G                D7
Her mither cried her tae the door
              G               D7
Sayin', "Come here tae me, my Annie
    G             C
Did e'er ye see a bonnier man
         Am           Em
Than the trumpeter o' Fyvie?"

[Verse 5]
    G                 D7
Nothing she said, but sighing so
 G              D7
Alas for bonnie Annie
    G               C
She darena own, her heart was won
       Am              Em
By the servant, Andrew Lammie

[Verse 6]
     G                D7
That night as a' gaed tae their beds
   G                D7
A' sleepit soon but Annie
     G                 C
Love so repressed, her tender breast
         Am            Em
Thinking of her Andrew Lammie

[Verse 7]
     G                  D7
"The first time my love and I met
    G               D7
Was in the woods o' Fyvie
   G                   C
He called me mistress, I said no
      Am             Em
I was Tifty's bonnie Annie"

[Instrumental]
G  D7  G  D7  G  C  Am  Em

[Verse 8]
    G               D7
Her faither cam tae hear o' this
      G               D7
And a letter wrote to Fyvie
   G               C
To say his dochter was bewitched
       Am           Em
By the trumpeter o' Fyvie

[Verse 9]
     G              D7
Lord Fyvie, he came tae the mill
         G                    D7
Sayin', "What ails ye, bonnie Annie?"
         G                C
"Oh it's a' for love that I'm cast doon
        Am             Em
For the love o' Andrew Lammie"

[Verse 10]
    G             D7
"Oh Tifty, Tifty, gie consent
    G               D7
And let yer dochter marry"
           G               C
"Na, it'll be tae ane o' a higher degree
         Am             Em
Than the servant Andrew Lammie"

[Verse 11]
    G                     D7
"If she'd been born o' as rich a kin
   G              D7
As she is rich in beauty
  G                 C
I wad hae ta'en the lass myself
    Am              Em
And made her my ain lady"

[Verse 12]
    G                 D7
"Oh Fyvie's lands are far and wide
    G                 D7
And they are wondrous bonnie
      G              C
But I wadna trade my ain dear love
       Am               Em
No for a' your lands o' Fyvie"

[Instrumental]
G  D7  G  D7  G  C  Am  Em

[Verse 13]
   G                D7
At this her faither did her scorn
    G                D7
And likewise did her mither
    G                C
Her sisters they did her disown
       Am               Em
Oh but wae's me for her brither

[Verse 14]
    G                  D7
Her brither struck her wondrous o'er
    G               D7
Wi' cruel blows and mony
     G                     C
He's broke her back on the temple stane
       Am            Em
A' for likin' Andrew Lammie

[Verse 15]
     G                D7
"Oh, faither, mither, sisters a'
        G             D7
Why sae cruel tae yer Annie?
   G                C
My heart was broken first by love
       Am                 Em
Noo my brither's broke my body

[Verse 16]
   G               D7
Oh mither, mither, mak my bed
    G                D7
And turn my head tae Fyvie
         G                  C
For it's there I'll lie and there I'll die
       Am              Em
For the servant Andrew Lammie"

[Outro]
G  D7  G  D7  G  C  Am  Em

            
            
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