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Down To The Old Pub Instead chords

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Down to the Old Pub Instead
by Stephen Lynch
from ^ÓSuperhero^Ô (2002)

Got this from another site, but the words were incomplete so i filled in the
gaps...really good song! another irish classic lol! sorry the formattings a bit
screwed but thats how i found it. Credit to: Jon Cutright

not me!



[Verse 1]

G                     D
Lad it's your duty to find you a lass
     C                        D
with child-bearing hips and a pink supple ass
    G                     D                 C     D
And make her you wife and love her with love so true
          G                     D
Now, some rivers run high some rivers run low
         C                         D
When her river runs red then she starting her flow
         G                       D                       C    D
And it's called menstruation and heres what I means to you
         Em                      C
You will notice her bloomers are spartie? At first
      G                 D
Stand back, her ovarian dams gonna burst
   Em                      C
So don't be afraid it’s a natural thing
     G                      D
Just wind up some cotton and give her some string
Put the old linens on top of the bed
    C                        D
get out of the house and go down to the old pub

  G     D   C   D

[Verse 2]

       G                     D
She'll retain her water her breasts will be tender
    C                         D
And every third word that you say will offend her
    G                       D                     C      D
Get out of the house and go  down to the old pub instead
           G                         D
And she'll want to make love if you do you’re a  fool
             C                  D
Cause you'll only end up with a bloody ol’ tool
    G                    D                     C      D
Get out of the house, down to the old pub instead
           Em                     C
And she'll want you to sample the fruit of her loins
    G                         D
But son it'll taste like some old rusty coins
   Em                          C
So turn off the lights boy and take off your hat
    G                         D
And drop to your knees say a prayer to st pat

Then he'll give you the strength to get out of the bed
        C                  D
And for Ireland's sake go down to the old pub

  G     D   C   D

[Verse 3]

        Em                         C
Now the pub is the place where the lads are a meeting
G                            D
When the moon's full and the girls are a bleatin
    Em                        C
The catholic, the protestant even the pagan
    G                          D
The pub is the place when lady is raggin
So drink of your pint boys and thank your shamrocks
That as men folk we don't have to bleed from our cocks
And that we can escape from the lady in red
        C                       D
And get out of the house and go down to the old pub


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xdontalk2meex 10 Dec 17, 2004 07:00 PM

its "youll notice her bloomers are spotty at first"

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rbantricker 10 Nov 14, 2007 06:25 AM

this song is hilarious

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