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Blue Bells Of Scotland chords

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Blue Bells of Scotland – Kenneth McKellar
http://www.scottish-folk-music.com/lyrics/bluebells-of-scotland.htm

Intro:  C         F   Am  C       Am   F   C7  C    C7    G7    G   C        G

   C      F    Am C     Am  F  C7  C        G7   G  C        G
Oh where, tell me where is  yo-ur  Highland ladd-ie gone, 
   C      F    Am  C    Am  F  C7  C        G7   G   C        G
Oh where, tell me where is  yo-ur  Highland ladd-ie  gone. 
     C    C7   G    G7   F   Dm   Am    G  G7 D7    Dm  G
He's gone with streaming ban-ners where noble deeds are done, 
         C   F     C     F   Dm  C    G7 G  C    G7 C
And it's oh, in my heart I-I-I   wish hi-im safe at home. 

   C      F    Am  C     Am   F  C7 C    C7  G7   G  C        G
Oh where, tell me  where did  yo–ur Highland ladd-ie dwell, 
   C      F    Am  C     Am   F  C7 C    C7  G7   G  C        G
Oh where, tell me  where did  yo ur Highland ladd-ie dwell. 
   C     C7  G   G7 F    Dm   Am    G      G7  D7    Dm   G
He dwelt in  Bonnie Scotland, where blooms the sweet blue bell, 
         C   F     C     F   Dm  C    G7 G  G7  C
And it's oh, in my heart I-I-I   lo'e my laddie well.

   C     F    Am C    Am   F  C7  C    C7   G7  G  C        G
Oh what, tell me what does yo-ur  Highland ladd-ie wear, 
   C     F    Am C    Am   F  C7  C    C7  G7   G  C        G
Oh what, tell me what does yo-ur  Highland ladd-ie wear. 
  C  C7  G    G7 F     Dm     Am  G  G7  D7       Dm    G
A bonnet with a  lofty plume, and on his breast a plaid, 
         C  F     C     F   Dm  C    G7 G   G7   C
And it's oh in my heart I-I-I   lo'e my Highland lad. 

   C     F    Am C    Am  F  C7  C    C7   G7  G   C        G
Oh what, tell me what if  yo-ur  Highland lad  be slain, 
   C     F    Am C    Am  F  C7  C    C7   G7 G  C        G
Oh what, tell me what if  yo-ur  Highland lad be slain.
    C   C7   G    G7   F      Dm     Am  G     G7  D7    Dm   G
Oh, no, true love will be his guard, and bring him safe again, 
         C   F  C     F     Dm        C  G7  G    C   G7   C
For it's oh, my heart would break, if my Highland lad were slain. 

            
            
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