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The Parting Glass chords

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[Verse 1]
   Em7          Cadd9   G     D
Of all the money that e'er I had

     Em7      Cadd9    G     D
I've spent it in good company

    Em7      Cadd9      G        D
And all the harm that e'er I've done

  Em7 Cadd9 G     G/B  Am     C/B   Em7
Alas   it   was   to   none   but   me


    G   G/B   Cadd9    G   G/B Cadd9
And all I've done for want of wit

     Am C/B Cadd9    Dsus4/B   D
To  memory  now  I  can't  recall

    Em7   Cadd9    G        D
So fill to me the parting glass

      Em7 Cadd9 G  G/B Am  C/B Em7
Good night and joy be with you all

 [Verse 2]
   Em7      Cadd9         G      D
Of all the comrades that ever I had

          Em7   Cadd9  G        D
They are sorry for my going away

     Em7          Cadd9       G      D
And all the sweethearts that ever I had

              Em7 Cadd9 G   G/B   Am   C/B   Em7
They  would  wish  me  one  more  day  to  stay


     G    G/B Cadd9  G  G/B Cadd9
But since it falls unto my lot

     Am C/B    Cadd9    Dsus4/B    D
That I should rise and you should not

      Em7    Cadd9        G       D
I'll gently rise and I'll softly call

      Em7 Cadd9 G  G/B Am  C/B Em7
Good night and joy be with you all

[Verse 3]
   Em7     Cadd9     G      D
A man may drink and not be drunk

   Em7     Cadd9     G       D
A man may fight and not be slain

   Em7     Cadd9    G     D
A man may court a pretty girl

        Em7  Cadd9 G G/B    Am   C/B Em7
And  perhaps  be  welcomed  back  again


     G    G/B Cadd9 G     G/B Cadd9
But since it has so ought to be

      Am  C/B Cadd9      Dsus4/B D
By a time to rise and a time to fall

      Em7    Cadd9    G       D
Come fill to me the parting glass

      Em7 Cadd9 G  G/B Am  C/B Em7
Good night and joy be with you all

      Em7 Cadd9 G  G/B Am  C/B Em7
Good night and joy be with you all 

            
            
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sladeneilson12 25 8 hours ago

great tab dude

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