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Are Ye Sleepin Maggie ukulele

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Date: Tue, 24 Dec 1996 15:54:08 -0800
From: ankris 
Subject: TAB: "Are Ye Sleepin Maggie?" by Dougie MacLean

"Are Ye Sleepin Maggie?"
trad. arr. Dougie MacLean 1984
>From the album (?) and
The Putmayo Celtic Collection
transcribed by Dave O'Hara 12/96

Fm//  Fm/ Eb// X4

Fm                    Eb
Mach [Mirk] and rainy is the nicht [night]
Fm                   Db     Eb
There's no a star in a' the carry
Fm                Eb
Lightning gleams athwart the lift
Fm                      Db       Eb
And winds drive on with winter's fury

[Chorus:]
Ab        Ab
O are you sleepin' Maggie
Eb                 Eb
O are you sleepin' Maggie
Fm             Fm       Eb
Let me in, for loud the linn
Fm                      Db   Eb
Is roaring now o'er the warlacragie [warlock craigie]

Fearfu' socks the boortree bank
The rifted wood roars wild and dreary
Loud the iron yet does clank
And cry of howlets mak me eerie

Aboon my breath I daurna speak
For fear I'll rise your waalkrife daddie
Cold's the blast upon my cheek
Arise, Arise, my bonnie lady
[Chorus]
[Bridge:]
Fm//  F/ Eb//
Fm//  Db/ Eb/
[Chorus]

She's op'ed the door, she's let him in
He's cruist aside his dreeping plaidie
Blow your worst ye rainie wind
Since Maggie now I'm in asideya

New since you're walkin' Maggie
New since you're walkin' Maggie
What care I for howlets cry
For roaring linn or warlacragie
[bridge]

-------------FINE----------------

I'd like to see some more MacLean tabs,
this is probably the one of the easiest if
not the most basic.Questions or comments welcome.
Cheers, DO
ankris@best.com

            
            
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