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Daffodil Mulligan ukulele

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     The band  -  https://lynchedmusic.com/

     Their version  -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9ivkRyOEJs

     From their 2014 album 'Cold Old Fire', if you're a super folky or into your trad,
     it's worth checking out

     Written by Harry Donovan, who had also written Biddy Mulligan ( The Pride Of The Coombe )
     and recorded in 1938 by Jimmy O'Dea, this tune is about Biddys' daughter Daffodil.
     This song isn't quite as well known, but still a cracker of a tune, and a great drinking song.

     Also. for those that don't know, the Coombe (it's pronounced Kooem)is an area of inner city
     Dublin, with probably the greatest, funniest, quarest, people you could ever meet.

    Check out the youtube link if you need help with how it goes

    And as always, any mistakes are mine, drop me a line if you spot any glaring ones

    Am not expecting this to bring a ton of ratings to my UG account,
    but if you do like it, use it, or copy it,  please take the time to rate it

                                                                  flatwound




                DAFFODIL MULLIGAN (FRESH FISH)


                 C        C         C             C
          I'm Daffodil Mulligan,  Biddys' young girl
                    C         C          G           G
          And the fellas all say I'm a peach and a pearl
                 C             C      C           G
          I was born at the daffodil time of the year
                   D             D          D             G
          So they just call me Daffy,  Now maybe that's quare

                    C      C        C      G  C
          For I'm sweet Daffodil Mulligan, I  am
                    C       C              G      G
          All me ancestors come from the Coombe
                    G          G            G          G
          And I'm just such another,  The spit of me mother
                G         G            G
          The lady that lives in one room,  (Down on Francis Street)
            C      C        C         G     C
          Sweet Daffodil Mulligan,  Fresh Fish!
                     C             C          G     G
          Like the sweet Blarney roses that bloom
                 G                G           G            G
          I am bright, Hale and Hearty,  The life of the party
                G         D            C        G     C
          I'm Daffy the Belle of the Coombe,  Fresh Fish!

                 C              C          C        C
          It was in that pine forest, So shady and dim
                   C            C         G            G
          That I first met me Jemmy,  So tall and so slim
                 C        C             C                G
          It was on an excursion, The girls all looked swell
              D             D           D              G
          But I took the biscuit,  And Jems' heart as well

                    C      C        C      G  C
          For I'm sweet Daffodil Mulligan, I  am
                    C       C              G      G
          All me ancestors come from the Coombe
                    G          G            G          G
          And I'm just such another,  The spit of me mother
                G         G            G
          The lady that lives in one room,  (Down on Francis Street)
            C      C        C         G     C
          Sweet Daffodil Mulligan,  Fresh Fish!
                     C             C          G     G
          Like the sweet Blarney roses that bloom
                 G                G           G            G
          I am bright, Hale and Hearty,  The life of the party
                G         D            C        G     C
          I'm Daffy the Belle of the Coombe,  Fresh Fish!

                     C         C           C           C
          We were married in August, When Jem was on strike
                 C          C            G          G
          So he took me to Bray on the back of his bike
                    C            C         C              G
          Now the strike is all over, And Jem bless his soul
                 D             D         D          G
          Has settled down steadily,  Drawing the dole

                    C      C        C      G  C
          For I'm sweet Daffodil Mulligan, I  am
                    C       C              G      G
          All me ancestors come from the Coombe
                    G          G            G          G
          And I'm just such another,  The spit of me mother
                G         G            G
          The lady that lives in one room,  (Down on Francis Street)
            C      C        C         G     C
          Sweet Daffodil Mulligan,  Fresh Fish!
                     C             C          G     G
          Like the sweet Blarney roses that bloom
                 G                G           G            G
          I am bright, Hale and Hearty,  The life of the party
                G         D            C        G     C
          I'm Daffy the Belle of the Coombe,  Fresh Fish!

            
            
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