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Saints And Sinners chords

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                        Saints & Sinners
                                         by Paddy Casey
There is really no Irish songs to be found on any website so I will start here with
Saints & Sinners by platinum Irish artist Paddy Casey.  *Alan4*

Intro; D7
                    G               Em
Anyone can lose it all, anyone can lose it all,
C                                G
If you don't heed your warnings call,
D
Anyone can lose it all.



Chorus;
              G                                   Em
When you got time and streets making saints and sinners,
         C         
Ink on sheets making losers and winners
                          G           D
Well it's not what your dreams should be.

            
            
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kentn 10 Jan 06, 2005 07:00 PM

As far as Irish artists go try
http://www.geocities.com/musictabcity/
There are other endless site for Damien Rice ....... Damien Dempsey tabs are difficult to come by buy but its his tuning ....try http://www.geocities.com/damodempsey/....... good man Ian
look at www.irishmusiccentral.com for other links it not that hard to find.

PS Mic not Mick

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