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Seven Nights In Eire chords

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[Intro]

Am      C   G x 4

[Verse]

    Am                 C       G      Am                    C    G
The first pub we could stagger to was twelve steps from the plane
    Am             C      G        Am            C    G
A Virgin flight to Shannontown the day it didn't rain
    Am               C  G     Am                C    G
The laughing eyes of Ireland sparkling blue and green
     Am               C        G         Am               C    G
With hair as black as Guinness stout and barely seventeen
 F                                 E
We're back out on the cobblestones whiskey drunk and high
Dm                             G               Am       C   G     
Liquored up and gearing up for seven nights in Ireland 

Am      C   G

[Verse]

    Am              C       G       Am             C    G        
The corner booth is waiting for the session to begin
     Am         C       G            Am             C    G
It's quiet as a mother's prayer till we all stumble in
         Am          C      G          Am               C    G
And it's fifty happy voices mixed with whistles made of tin
      Am           C       G        Am                  C    G
And a piper man is blowing like the North Atlantic wind
F                            E
And an Eire island beauty is sawing on the violin 
Dm                              G               Am       C   G
I wonder will she miss me after seven nights in Ireland

Am      C   G
F       F      Dm      G
Am      C   G x 2

[Verse]

     Am             C      G      Am                 C    G        
It's Ladies' Day in Galway and we watched the ponies run
Am           C           G        Am             C    G 
Fifty pounds against the odds and came in six to one
  Am                C    G          Am            C    G 
McSwiggin heard the race report, he invited us on in
   Am                C      G     Am             C G 
So we drank Catholic whiskey with all our newfound friends
F                                    E
They raised a glass to all of us and we all toasted them
 Dm                                G               Am       C   G
Here's to Michael, Tom and Pat and seven nights in Ireland

Am      C   G
F       F      Dm      G
Am      C   G x 2

[Verse]

    Am            C     G           Am              C    G 
we kissed all the girls goodbye and gathered in our gear
    Am                 C      G      Am            C    G 
And when she walked me to the gate I swear I saw a tear
    Am              C       G       Am              C    G 
But then she looked into my eyes I knew she felt my pain
    Am          C      G         Am              C    G 
And only then I realized we were standing in the rain
 F                                E              
So save our places at the pub and when the eyes are dry
Dm                              G               Am       C  G
We'll come back another day for seven nights in Ireland

[Outro]

Am      C   G
F       F      Dm      G
F       F      Dm      G
Am
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logan_griffin00 10 Apr 13, 2013 05:58 PM

F Em
We're back out on the cobblestones whiskey drunk and high again
Dm G Am
Liquored up and gearing up for seven nights in Ireland

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Roadkyng 20 Jul 23, 2015 01:44 PM

definitely needs the Dm before the G

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Roadkyng 20 Jul 23, 2015 01:57 PM

SEVEN NIGHTS IN EIRE
Credit to Star80. Added the Dm before the G
INTRO:Am, C, G, Am x2

Am C G Am
The first pub we could stagger to was twelve steps from the plane
C G Am
A Virgin flight to Shannontown the day it didn't rain
C G Am
The laughing eyes of Ireland sparkling blue and green
C G Am
With hair as black as Guinness stout and barely seventeen
F Am
We're back out on the cobblestones whiskey drunk and high
Dm G Am
Liquored up and gearing up for seven nights in Ireland

Am, C, G, Am x2

Am C G Am
The corner booth is waiting for the session to begin
C G Am
It's quiet as a mother's prayer ?till we all stumble in
C G Am
And it's fifty happy voices mixed with whistles made of tin
C G Am
And a piper man is blowing like the North Atlantic wind
F Am
And an Aran island beauty is sawing on the violin
Dm G Am
I wonder will she miss me after seven nights in Ireland

Am, C, G, Am x2

Am C G Am
It's Ladies' Day in Galway and we watched the ponies run
C G Am
Fifty pounds against the odds and came in six to one
C G Am
McSwiggin heard the race report, he invited us on in
C G Am
So we drank Catholic whiskey with all our newfound friends
F Am
They raised a glass to all of us and we all toasted them
Dm G Am
Here's to Michael, Tom and Pat and seven nights in Ireland

Am, C, G, Am x2

Am C G Am
we kissed all the girls goodbye and gathered in our gear
C G Am
And when she walked me to the gate I swear I saw a tear
C G Am
But then she looked into my eyes I knew she felt my pain
C G Am
And only then I realized we were standing in the rain
F Am
So save our places at the pub and when the eyes are dry
Dm G Am
We'll come back another day for seven nights in Ireland

OUTRO:Am, C, G, Am x2

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