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Back Of The Moon - Johnny Cope



[Intro]
D      C   D   C  D

[Verse 1]

Cope sent a chaillenge frae Dunbar
         C
Saying, "Chairlie, meet me an' ye daur
    D
An' I'll learn ye the airt o' war
      C                         D
If ye gang tae the coals in the morning"


[Verse 2]

When Chairlie viewed the letter upon
   C
He drew his sword his scabbard from
         D
Sayin', "Gang wi' me, my merry men
          C                       D
And we'll meet Johnny Cope in the morning"


[Chorus]

Hey, Johnny Cope, are ye a-waukin' yet?
   C
Or are your drums a-beating yet?
    D
Gin ye were waukin', I wad wait
    C                         D
Tae gang tae the coals in the morning


[Verse 3]

When Johnny Cope, he heard o' this
   C
He thocht it wadna be amiss
    D
Tae hae a horse in readiness
    C                          D
Tae flee frae the coals in the morning


[Chorus]

Hey, Johnny Cope, are ye a-waukin' yet?
   C
Or are your drums a-beating yet?
    D
Gin ye were waukin', I wad wait
    C                         D
Tae gang tae the coals in the morning


[Verse 4]

Well, fie noo, Johnny, get up an' rin
    C
The Heilan bagpipes mak' their din
      D
Ye're best tae sleep in yer ain hale skin
      C           D
It'll be a bloody morning


[Chorus]

Hey, Johnny Cope, are ye a-waukin' yet?
   C
Or are your drums a-beating yet?
    D
Gin ye were waukin', I wad wait
    C                         D
Tae gang tae the coals in the morning


[Verse 5]

When Johnny Cope tae Dunbar cam
     C
They speired him, "Whaur's a' yer men?"
     D
"The de'il confound me, gin I ken
  C                   D
I left them a' in the morning"


[Verse 6]

Well, fie noo, Johnny, ye werena blate
    C
Tae come wi' news o' yer ain defeat
    D
And leave yer men in sic a strait
    C            D
Sae early in the morning


[Chorus]

Hey, Johnny Cope, are ye a-waukin' yet?
   C
Or are your drums a-beating yet?
    D
Gin ye were waukin', I wad wait
    C                         D
Tae gang tae the coals in the morning


[Verse 7]

Oh, faith, quo' Johnny, I got sic flegs
     C
Frae their claymores and their philabegs
     D
If I face them again, de'il brak my legs
     C                D
I'll bid ye's a' good morning


[Chorus]

Hey, Johnny Cope, are ye a-waukin' yet?
   C
Or are your drums a-beating yet?
    D
Gin ye were waukin', I wad wait
    C                         D
Tae gang tae the coals in the morning


[Chorus]

Hey, Johnny Cope, are ye a-waukin' yet?
   C
Or are your drums a-beating yet?
    D
Gin ye were waukin', I wad wait
    C                         D
Tae gang tae the coals in the morning

            
            
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