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Raggle Taggle Gypsy chords

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Intro: Em  Em  Em  Em  , Em  Em  Bm  Bm  , D  D  D  Em  , Em  D  Bm  Em  (X2)

           Em                                                            Bm  
There were three old gypsies came to our house door. They came brave and boldy-o
         D                               Em           Em            D           Bm    Em  
And the one sang high and the other sang low. And the other sang a raggle taggle gypsy-o
 
          Em                                                   Bm  
It was upstairs, downstairs the lady went. Put on her suit of leather-o
        D                           Em          Em             D            Bm    Em  
And there was a cry from around the door. She's away with the raggle taggle gypsy-o

Em  Em  Em  Em  , Em  Em  Bm  Bm  , D  D  D  Em  , Em  D  Bm  Em 

        Em                                                       Bm  
It was late that night when the lord came in. Inquiring for his lady-o
        D                            Em            Em          D              Bm    Em  
And the servant girl she says to the lord. "She's away with the raggle taggle gypsy-o"

        Em                                                     Bm  
"Well, saddle for me my milk-white steed. My big horse is not speedy-o
    D                          Em            Em           D             Bm    Em  
And I will ride till I seek my bride. She's away with the raggle taggle gypsy-o"

Em  Em  Em  Em  , Em  Em  Bm  Bm  , D  D  D  Em  , Em  D  Bm  Em 

      Em                                                 Bm  
Well, he rode east, and he rode west, He rode north and south also  
         D                   Em             Em            D        Bm   Em  
Until he came to a wide-open field. It was there that he spied his lady-o
          Em                                                                  Bm  
"Tell me, how could you leave your goosefeather bed, your blankets strewn so comely-o
 D                                    Em    Em       D              Bm    Em  
How could you leave your newly-wedded lord, All for a raggle taggle gypsy-o?"

        Em                                                              Bm  
"Well, what care I for my goose-feather bed, For my blankets strewn so comely-o?
  D                           Em           Em        D             Bm     Em  
Tonight I lie in a wide-open field. In the arms of a raggle taggle gypsy-o"

Em  Em  Em  Em  , Em  Em  Bm  Bm  , D  D  D  Em  , Em  D  Bm  Em 

          Em                                                                     Bm  
"Tell me, how could you leave your house and your land, How could you leave your money-o
 D                                    Em   Em         D             Bm    Em  
How could you leave your only wedded lord, All for a raggle taggle gypsy-o?"

        Em                                                          Bm  
"Well, what care I for my house and my land, And what care I for my money-o?
     D                           Em                     
I'd rather have a kiss from the yellow gypsy's lips,
     Em           D             Bm    Em  
I'm away with the raggle taggle gypsy-o!"

Em  Em  Em  Em  , Em  Em  Bm  Bm  , D  D  D  Em  , Em  D  Bm  Em (X2)

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precisionist51 10 Mar 27, 2015 10:50 AM

Great songs and the chords seem right but as I don't know Bm I find G is a good replacement and fits the song well.

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