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Step It Out Mary chords

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STEP IT OUT MARY (The High Kings' version)
Tabbed by Fabrizio Luglio (fablug@yahoo.it)


The basic riff goes:  

Dm C Am Bb all the times


[Verse 1]

            Dm
So step it out, Mary, my fine daughter
 C
Step it out, marry, if you can
 Am
Step it out, Mary, my fine daughter
 Bb
Show your legs to the countryman (x2)

    Dm                                 C
In the village of Kilgory, there's a maiden young and fair
    Am                                 Bb
Her eyes shine like diamonds, she has long and golden hair
    Dm                                     C
The horseman he comes riding, riding up to her father's gates
     Am                        Bb
On a pure-white stallion, he comes at the strike of eight.


[Chorus]

            Dm
So step it out, Mary, my fine daughter
 C
Step it out, marry, if you can
 Am
Step it out, Mary, my fine daughter
 Bb
Show your legs to the countryman (x2)


[Verse 2]

          Dm                         C
I have come to court your daughter, Mary of the golden hair
     Am                        Bb
I have gold and I have silver, I have goods beyond compare
          Dm                           C
I will buy her silks and satin and a gold ring for her hand
     Am                                   Bb
She shall have a mansion, she'll have servants to command


[Chorus]

            Dm
So step it out, Mary, my fine daughter
 C
Step it out, marry, if you can
 Am
Step it out, Mary, my fine daughter
 Bb
Show your legs to the countryman (x2)


[Verse 3]

          Dm                                 C
I don't want your gold and silver, I don't want your house and land
          Am                                Bb
I am in love with a soldier, I have promised him my hand
         Dm                               C
But the father spoke up sharply: You will do as i command,
         Am                                            Bb
You'll get married on a Sunday and you'll wear that wedding band


[Chorus]

            Dm
So step it out, Mary, my fine daughter
 C
Step it out, marry, if you can
 Am
Step it out, Mary, my fine daughter
 Bb
Show your legs to the countryman (x2)


[Bridge]

         D                           Bm
In the village of Kilgory there's a deep stream flowing by
         G                           Bm                     A
On her wedding day at midnight she drowns with her soldier boy
         G                                      Bm
In the cottage there is music, you can hear her father say:
                 G                       Bm     A               G
Oh step it out, Mary, my fine daughter, Sunday is your wedding day.
   Bm   A         G
Sunday is your wedding day. (x2)


[Chorus]

     Dm              
So step it out, Mary, my fine daughter
              C
Step it out, marry, if you can
            Am
Step it out, Mary, my fine daughter
                          Bb
Show your legs to the countryman (x4)

BE AWARE: the last times the riff goes it changes like this: Dm C C/B Am

     Dm              
So step it out, Mary, my fine daughter
              C
Step it out, marry, if you can
            C/B
Step it out, Mary, my fine daughter
                          Am
Show your legs to the countryman (x4)

            
            
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