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The Dublin Fusiliers chords

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[Verse 1]            
            F               C7                 F              C7    
Well you've heard about the Indians with their tommyhawks and spears
    F           Bb          Gm7               C7
And of the U.N. warriors the heroes of recent years
F            C7          F              C7    
Also I might mention the British Grenadiers
     Bb                 F            C7          F
Well none of them were in it but the Dublin Fusiliers.
       Dm
You've heard about the Light Brigade and of the deeds they've done,
     C
And of the other regiments that many vic'tries won
        F                C7        F                C7
But the pride of all the armies Dragoons and Carabiniers
         Bb                 F
Was that noble band of Warriors, the Dublin Fusiliers.

[Chorus]
F
With your left foot and right about face this is the way we go
Bb                  F            Gm7             C7
Charging with fixed bayonets the terror of every foe.
  F
A glory to old Ireland as proud as buccaneers
      Bb                 F                        Bb  F  C7  F
And a terror to creation are the Dublin Fusiliers.

[Verse 2]
F                           C7                F               C7    
Well you've heard about the wars between the Russians and the Brits.
     F                Bb             Gm7         C7
The Tsar' one day was reading an old copy of 'Titbits'
     F               C7          F                         C7  
And when the General came to him and threw himself down in tears
Bb                         F                  C7          F
'We'd better run back like blazes, here's the Dublin Fusiliers.'
    Dm
The Tsar' commenced to tremble and he bit his underlip..
  C
Begorra boys, says he, I think we better take the tip
    F
The devil's come from Dublin and to judge from what I hears
        Bb                F
They're demons of militia men, the Dublin Fusiliers.


[Chorus]
F
With your left foot and right about face this is the way we go
Bb                  F            Gm7             C7
Charging with fixed bayonets the terror of every foe.
  F
A glory to old Ireland as proud as buccaneers
      Bb                 F                        Bb  F  C7  F
And a terror to creation are the Dublin Fusiliers.

[Verse 3]
            F                 C7              F                   C7    
Well the sergeant cried, 'Get ready lads, lay down each sword and gun,
     F                 Bb                  Gm7                C7
Take off you shoes and stockings boys, and when I tell youse, run.
     F               C7           F                   C7
They didn't stop but started and amidst three ringing cheers,
N.C.                                         C7          F
Came a shower of bricks and bullets from the Dublin Fusiliers.
Dm
The time that Julius Caesar tried to land down at Ringsend
C
The coastguards couldn't stop them, so for the Dublins they did send,
     F
And, just as they were landing, lads, we heard three ringing cheers:
     Bb                       F
'Get back to Rome like blazes here's the Dublin Fusiliers.


[Chorus]
F
With your left foot and right about face this is the way we go
Bb                  F            Gm7             C7
Charging with fixed bayonets the terror of every foe.
  F
A glory to old Ireland as proud as buccaneers
      Bb                 F
And a terror to creation are the Dublin Fusiliers.

            
            
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