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My Johnny Was A Shoemaker chords

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Barbara Dickson - My Johnny Was A Shoemaker


CAPO: 7th Fret



[INTRO:] Am

[VERSE 1:] 
                              F      G        Am
My Johnny was a shoemaker and dearly he loved me 
                               C        G       Am
My Johnny was a shoemaker, but now he's gone to sea 
     F         G      Am   G   C
With pitch and tar to soil his hands 
       Am    F         G    C      G
And to sail across the sea, stormy sea
    Am                        F G Am  F G Am  F G Am
And sail across the stormy sea______


[VERSE 2:] 
                                   F     G       Am
His jacket was a deep sky blue and curly was his hair
                                   C      G    Am
His jacket was a deep sky blue, it was, I do declare
       F        G        Am  G          C
For to reef the topsails up against the mast
       Am    F         G    C      G
And to sail across the sea, stormy sea
    Am                        F G Am  F G Am  F G Am
And sail across the stormy sea______


[VERSE 3:] 
                                       F           G       Am
Someday he'll be a captain bold with a brave and a gallant crew
                                       C           G        Am
Someday he'll be a captain bold with a sword and a spyglass too
    F       G     Am      G         C
And when he has a gallant captain's sword
           Am       F     G   C     G
He'll come home and marry me, marry me


[VERSE 4:] 
   Am                         F      G        Am
My Johnny was a shoemaker and dearly he loved me 
                               C        G       Am
My Johnny was a shoemaker, but now he's gone to sea 
     F         G      Am   G   C
With pitch and tar to soil his hands 
       Am    F         G    C      G
And to sail across the sea, stormy sea
    Am                        F G Am  F G Am  F      G  Am
And sail across the stormy sea______

            
            
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