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Leave Him In The Long Yard chords

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Leave Him In The Long Yard
 [Capo 1]  
[INTRO]
A   D   A   D

[Verse 1]
          D 
Well he's lookin' kinda jaded,  And his sight is not the best,
                                                G 
And the hair around around his muzzle's turnin' grey.
        A 
He has seen a hundred musters,  And I think its only fair:
                                    D 
We leave him in the longyard here today.

[Verse 2]
       D 
He was broken in the sixties,  Maybe 63 or 4.
                                      G
Never faltered always seemed to be on hand,
      A
Never have I seen him beaten,  By a bullock in the bush,
                                          D
And at night watch he was pick of all the land.

[Verse 3]
              D 
So leave him out there in the longyard,  Do not rush him.
                                             G
Leave him out there with his mate, the baldy bay.
     A
With his mates that he can graze, and He can laze with.
                                           D
Leave him there and we will turn him out today.

[Instrumental]
D   G   A

[Verse 4]
   D  
Oh yes he's lookin' kinda jaded,  And his sight is not the best,
                                                 G 
And the hair around around his muzzle's turnin' grey.
        A 
He has seen a hundred musters,
                                                                D 
And I think its only fair:  We leave him in the longyard here today.

[Verse 5]
        D 
He's entitled to some kindness,   In return for all he's been.
                                          G 
Now he's failin' and his step is gettin' slow.
         A 
Let him squander his last summers    By the river with his mates,
                                           D 
In the paddock where the sweetest grasses grow.

[Verse 6]
        D 
So leave him out there in the longyard,  Do not rush him.
                                             G
Leave him out there with his mate, the baldy bay.
      A
Leave him out there till after smoko  And we'll catch him.
                                       D 
We'll pull his tail and turn him out today.

[Verse 7]
  D           
Yeah, leave him out there in the longyard,   Do not rush him.
                                              A 
Leave him out there with his mate, the baldy bay.
             
Leave him out there till after smoko  And we'll catch him.
                                        D 
We'll pull his tail and turn him out today.
           A                               D 
Yes we'll pull his tail and turn him out today.
              A                               D
Oh leave him there and we will turn him out today.

[Outro]   
 A      D

            
            
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