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Gentle Annie 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. #
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Tabbed by Jack Dingler
weaseldog2001@yahoo.com

Gentle Annie
Traditional

C                  G            C        F
The harvest time’s come, gentle Annie,
         C                                     G
And your wild oats are all scattered round the field.
          C          G            C        F
You’ll be anxious to know, gentle Annie,
         C              G                C
How your little crop of oats is going to yield.

CHORUS
      F                    C
We’ll say farewell, gentle Annie,
                                      G
For you know with you I can no longer stay.
          C        G            C        F
Yes, I’ll bid you adieu, gentle Annie,
        C            G                C
Till we meet you on another threshing day.

Your mutton’s very sweet, gentle Annie,
And I’m sure it can’t be packed in New South Wales,
But you’d better put a fence around the cabbage,
Or they’ll all get eaten up by the snails.

Chorus

You’ll take my advice, gentle Annie,
And you’d better watch your chappie goin’ away
With his packbag flung over his shoulder,
And he stole some knives and forks the other day.

Chorus

The bullocks they are yoked, gentle Annie,
For you know with you I can no longer stay.
So I’ll bid you adieu, gentle Annie,
Till we meet you on another threshing day.

Chorus


            
            
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