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Prickly Thorn But Sweetly Worn Chords

version 2
version 2

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Tried the other version and it didn't work for me. This seems to work a lot better. 

Intro: (Played on mandolin, but this is how it translates to guitar chords)

D Dsus4 D Bm Asus2 Bm Asus2 D

         D
Well the hills are pretty and rollin'
        F        G            D
But the thorn is sharp and swollen
        D
And the man plays a beautiful whistle
       F       G       D
But he wears a prickly thistle
        D
Singing Li De Li De Li Oh Oh
       F     G        D
Well A Li De Li De Li Oh Oh
D
Li De Li De Li Oh Oh
       F     G        D
Well A Li De Li De Li Oh Oh

    D
The silver birches pierce through an icy fog
      F          G            D
Which covers the ground most daily
        D
And the angels which carry St. Andrew high
    F         G         D
Are singing a tune most gaily

    D
One sound can hold back a thousand hands
         F            G    D
When the pipe plays a tune forlorn
     D
And the thistle is a prickly flower
         F         G       D
Aye, But how it is sweetly worn
        D
Singing Li De Li De Li Oh Oh
       F     G        D
Well A Li De Li De Li Oh Oh
D
Li De Li De Li Oh Oh
       F     G        D
Well A Li De Li De Li Oh Oh


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VoiceOfTheSoul wrote on July 16 2012, 10:50 am

Could you give me the mando chords or could I just play these on mando?

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waterbug.jr wrote on March 31 2013, 01:47 pm

They're the same on mandolin!

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Who66 wrote on May 31 2013, 10:32 pm

I think the F chord is actually a C.

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