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Mary And The Soldier chords

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MARY AND THE SOLDIER – PAUL BRADY
TAB’D BY WOMPTON

CAPO ON 1ST FRET TO DO LIKE PAUL AND ANDY

HAVEN’T FIGURED OUT THE CHORDS AT END OF VERSES SO SUGGESTIONS APPRECIATED

[VERSE 1]
G                    C      G
Come all you lads of high renown
                    D7         G
That will hear of a fair young maiden
                       C        G
And she roved out on a summer's day
                D7          G
For to view the soldier's parading
                            C       G   D7
They march so bold and they look so gay
    Em                    C         D7
The colors flyin' and the bands did play
       G            Em   C      D7
And it caused young Mary for to say,
     G          D7      G             C   D  G
I'll wed you me gallant soldier"


[VERSE 2] 
G                       C      G
She viewed the soldiers on parade
            D7             G
And as they stood at their leisure
                 C        G
Young Mary to herself did say:
           D7       G
"At last I found my treasure
                    C            G   D7
But oh how cruel my parents must be
   Em                   C        D7
To banish my darlin' so far from me
          G          Em           C       D7
Well I'll leave them all and I'll go with thee
   G      D7      G             C   D  G
Me bold undaunted soldier"
 

[VERSE 3]
G                   C        G
"Oh Mary dear, your parents' love,
             D7   G
I pray don't be unruly 
                     C       G
For when you're in a foreign land,
                  D7     G
Believe me you'll rue it surely
                  C       G   D7
Perhaps in battle I might fall
       Em                 C      D7
From a shot from an angry cannon ball
    G      Em            C       D7
And you so far from your Daddy's hall
     G          D7      G             C   D  G
Be advised by a gallant soldier."
 

[VERSE 4]
G                        C     G
"Oh I have fifty guineas in my coat,
           D7           G
Likewise a heart that's bolder
                                C       G
And I'd leave them all and I'll go with you
          D7      G
Me bold undaunted soldier
                    C      G   D7
So don't say no but let me go
    Em              C      D7
And I will face the daring foe
          G       Em     C      D7
And we'll march together to and fro
         G           D7      G         C   D  G
And I'll wed you, my gallant soldier"
 

[VERSE 5]
G                   C    G
And when he saw her loyalty
         D7      G
And Mary so true-hearted
                      C       G
He said: "Me darling, married we'll be,
                D7         G
And nothing but death will part us
                    C       G   D7
And when we're in a foreign land
     Em                       C        D7
I'll guard you, darling, with my right hand
    G          Em        C       D7
And hopes that God might stand a friend
   G            D7      G             C   D  G
To Mary and her gallant soldier"

            
            
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