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Muirsheen Durkin ukulele

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This is exactly how the Dubliners play it, without a capo.
Basically the whole song just goes D A.

Intro (flutes): F C C F x4

VERSE I:
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       F             C
In the days I went a courtin',
      C             F
I was never tired resortin'.
      F              C
To an ale house or a playhouse,
    C                  F
And many's the house besides
      F               C
But I told me brother Seamus,
       C                F
I'd go off and be right famous,
      F             C
And I never would return again,
        C           F
Until I roamed the worldwide.


CHORUS:
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F                  C
Goodbye, Muirsheen Durkin,
         C                 F
Sure I'm sick and tired of workin'
   F                 C
No more I'll dig for praties,
       C              F
And no longer I'll be fooled
   F                  C
As sure as me name is Carney,
        C          F
I'll be off to Californy
         F               C
Where instead of digging praties,
        C                F
I'll be digging lumps of gold.


Inst. (flutes): F C C F x1


VERSE II:
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     F                C
I've courted girls in Blarney,
      C           F
in Kanturk and in Killarney
                  C           
In passage and in Queenstown, 
     C              F
that is the Cobh of Cork.
    F               C
Goodbye to all this pleasure,
        C              F
I'll be off to take me leisure
        F                     C
And the next time that you'll hear from me, 
          C               F
will be a letter from New York.


CHORUS:
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F                  C
Goodbye, Muirsheen Durkin,
    C                 F
I'm sick and tired of workin'
                     C
No more I'll dig for praties,
       C              F
And no longer I'll be fooled
                      C
As sure as me name is Carney,
        C          F
I'll be off to Californy
                         C
Where instead of digging praties,
        C                F
I'll be digging lumps of gold.


VERSE III:
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F              C
Goodbye to the girls at home,
    C                    F
I'm going far across the foam.
   F               C
To try and make me fortune,
   C        F
in far Amerikay.
        F                   C
There's gold and jewels and plenty,
        C                C
For the poor and for the gentry
    F             C      
And when I return again, 
  C               F
I never more will say:


CHORUS:
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F                  C
Goodbye, Muirsheen Durkin,
         C                 F
Sure I'm sick and tired of workin'
   F                 C
No more I'll dig for praties,
       C              F
And no longer I'll be fooled
   F                  C
As sure as me name is Carney,
        C          F
I'll be off to Californy
         F               C
Where instead of digging praties,
        C                F
I'll be digging lumps of gold.


Inst.: F C C F to fadeout.
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