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Over The Hills And Far Away chords

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  • Corrected chords. Corrected chord changes. Formatted all the lyrics with chords.
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This is a way of interpreting Over the Hills and Far Away from the Music of Sharpe CD. The song is originally a British folk song that was adapted by the fantastic John Tams (Warhorse) for the TV show Sharpe with Sean Bean. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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[Verse 1]

G                      C            G                  D
Here's forty shillings on the drum, for those who volunteer to come,
G                      C          G                 D
To 'list and fight the foe today, Over the Hills and far away.

[Chorus]

G                     C           G                       D 
O'er the hills and o'er the main, Through Flanders, Portugal and Spain.
G                     C           G                       D
King George commands and we obey, Over the hills and far away.

[Verse 2]

G                  C          G                    D
When duty calls me I must go, to stand and face another foe
G                  C              G                  D
But part of me will always stray, Over the hills and far away

[Chorus]

G                     C           G                       D 
O'er the hills and o'er the main, Through Flanders, Portugal and Spain.
G                     C           G                       D
King George commands and we obey, Over the hills and far away.

[Verse 3]

G                     C            G               D
If I should fall to rise no more, as many comrades did before
G                     C                G              D
Then ask the fifes and drums to play, Over the hills and far away

[Chorus]

G                     C           G                       D 
O'er the hills and o'er the main, Through Flanders, Portugal and Spain.
G                     C           G                       D
King George commands and we obey, Over the hills and far away.
 
[Verse 4]

G                   C              G                      D
Then fall in lads behind the drum, with colours blazing like the sun
G                   C              G                      D
Along the road to come what may, Over the hills and far away

[Chorus] 

G                     C           G                       D 
O'er the hills and o'er the main, Through Flanders, Portugal and Spain.
G                     C           G                       D
King George commands and we obey, Over the hills and far away.              (x4)

            
            
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Gornicus 162 Oct 25, 2015 10:35 PM, edited on October 26 2015, 02:35 am

Some errors.

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Mandogin8 10 Jan 17, 2017 07:52 PM

It would be nice for those of us who use the scrolling, to have the chords on all the verses and chorus. It has been said that one should learn them and not rely on the written - but when you're in a pub or other setting, there are just too many tunes/songs to know. Just sayin'

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tony64 20 Feb 15, 2017 06:19 PM

Its the same chords repeated. :-O
just saying.

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