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The Laurier Bridge

Bearbeitung: Maximilian Friedrich B.

Am Besten man zupft näher dem Schallloch der Gitarre dadurch klingen die Töne sanfter.

Eine Möglichkeit des spiels

                 Am
e|-------------------------------------|
B|-----1---0--------1---0--------------|
G|---2---2---2----2---2---2------------|
D|-------------------------------------|
A|-0------------2----------------------|
E|-------------------------------------|
        C               G               
e|-------------------------------------|
B|-----1---3----3---0------------------|
G|---0---0---0----0---0-2-0------------|
D|-------------------------------------|
A|-3-----------------------------------|
E|--------------3----------------------|

        Am            G
e|-------------------------------------|
B|-----1---0--------0---1--------------|
G|---2---2---2----0---0---0------------|
D|-------------------------------------|
A|-0-----------------------------------|
E|--------------3----------------------|

      Am    G     Am 
e|-----0----------0------------------|
B|-----1----------1------------------|
G|---2---2---0----2------------------|
D|-----------------------------------|
A|-0--------------0------------------|
E|---------3-------------------------|


        Am                 C          G
The Laurier Bridge rose high in the sky
         Am          G        Am  G  Am
As we marched underneath her arches
        Am                     C             G                  Part1
With Lang Shaw and hill we shattered the still
          F           G      Am  G  Am
Of the peaceful Canadian morning

          F            G         C   x2xx3x  Am
And twelve pipers did trail a hundred strong band
         F              G            Am
In our full highland dress we did slave
         F                  G            C x2xx3x Am             Part2
But our hearts swelled with pride as the pipe major cried
        F             G          Am G Am
Pipes up boys for ‘Scotland the brave’

As the great bell tolled ten nearly three hundred men
Marched for the queen and our countries
And the colours we raised to remember the days                   Part1
When find latter did lead us to glory

And his Victoria Cross can’t make up for the loss
Of the young life he gave for our freedom                        Part2
But I’m sure Jim looks down as we march for the crown
With the likes of MacDougall and Stevens

Zwischenspiel
    Am       C        G
    Am       G        Am  G  Am
    Am       C        G
    F        G        Am  G  Am

And drum major Peet always gave us the beat
To keep us in step every morning                                 Part2
And the sound of the brass
Nearly shattered the glass
As we passed by the parliament building

As we marched through the street
The sound of our feet
Inspired the thousands to cheer us
And respect we did pay with “eyes left” every day                Part1
To the memory of those who fell for us

And the pipers still play
And the guards change each day
In the endless Canadian summer                                   Part2
And the Laurier Bridge is still standing today
As a symbol of friendship and honour

            
            
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