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Song For Ireland ukulele

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#-------------------------------PLEASE NOTE-------------------------------------#
# This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
# song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
Song For Ireland chords
Luke Kelly (Phil & June Colclough)

Capo II

C F  F C F C

C               F
Walking all the day,
   F    C            F                   C
by tall towers where falcons build their nests
C                    F
In silver wings they fly,
     F        C       F                C
they know the call of freedom in their breasts
F                          C
Saw Black Head against the sky,
      Am      F         C               F
where twisted rocks may run down to the sea

F              C       F
Living on your Western shore,
    C         F       Am        F
saw summer sunsets, I asked for more,
  F               C      F
I stood by your Atlantic Sea,
      F      C        F  C
and I sang a song for Ireland

C                F
Drinking all the day,
   F   C          F                C
in old pubs where fiddlers love to play
C                 F
Saw one touch the bow,
   F        C          F                   C
he played a reel which seemed so grand and gay
  F                         C
I stood on Dingle Beach and cast,
   Am   F       C              F
in wild foam we found Atlantic bass,

F              C       F
Living on your Western shore,
    C         F       Am        F
saw summer sunsets, I asked for more,
  F               C      F
I stood by your Atlantic Sea,
      F      C        F  C
and I sang a song for Ireland

C                F
Laughing all the day,
     F    C           F               C
with true friends who try to make you stay
C                 F
Telling jokes and news,
    F       C        F               C
and singing songs to while the time away,
   F                         C
We watched the Galway salmon run,
     Am     F        C              F
like silver dancing, darting in the sun

F              C       F
Living on your Western shore,
    C         F       Am        F
saw summer sunsets, I asked for more,
  F               C      F
I stood by your Atlantic Sea,
      F      C        F  C
and I sang a song for Ireland

C               F
Dreaming in the night,
  F     C          F             C
I saw a land where no one had to fight
    C              F  
And waking in your dawn,
  F       C      F              C
I saw you crying in the morning light
F                          C
Sleeping where the falcons fly,
     Am        F                C        F
they twist and turn all in your air-blue sky

F              C       F
Living on your Western shore,
    C         F       Am        F
saw summer sunsets, I asked for more,
  F               C      F
I stood by your Atlantic Sea,
      F      C        F  C
and I sang a song for Ireland

C F  F C F C


Set8

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