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Spring Comes To Spiddal chords

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This version has a completely different progression in the 2nd and 4th line. Play it fast, use palm-muting to get that percussive sound. Imitating the trombone in the end through closed lips never fails to make everybody laugh. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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[Verse 1]
          D                                   G             D
Well the lights are on in Standun's and the spell has been broken
      D       Bm          Em           A
The roadside teahouse     door is wide open
   D                        G             D
A sign on the wall says, "American also spoken"
     D     Bm      Em     D
As spring comes        to Spiddal

[Verse 2]
 D                         G                D
College girls go walking  by without their coats
    D            Bm           Em              A
The Irish Gaelic college is alive again with folk
D                        G                  D
Farmers gather talking freed from Winter's yoke
     D     Bm     Em        D
As spring comes         to  Spiddal
                             
[Interlude]
   A              D              A              D
A tourist with a telescope and a funny looking German bloke
       G              D           Bm                A
And a billy goat they all invoke summer's soon to bloom

[Verse 3]
      D                             G               D
On a soft and fresh Atlantic air a mist of pollen floats
    D             Bm         Em              A
On Galway Bay I spy a gaily painted fishing boat
           D                               G              D
There's a rustle 'round the boreens and a song on every throat
     D     Bm    Em       D
As spring comes      to Spiddal

Repeat [Verse 1] more time w. crazy trombone solo
          D                                   G             D
Well the lights are on in Standun's and the spell has been broken
      D       Bm          Em           A
The roadside teahouse     door is wide open
   D                        G             D
A sign on the wall says, "American also spoken"
     D     Bm      Em     D
As spring comes        to Spiddal

            
            
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