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Dublin In The Rare Old Times 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. #
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
Dublin In The Rare Old Times  (The Rare Old Times) chords
Pete St. John (as performed by the Dubliners)

F                   F   F   Am
Raised on songs and stories
            F    F
Heroes of reknown
                      F   F   
The passing tales and glories
              F      G
That once was Dublin town
    F                  F   F  
The hallowed halls and houses
    Am                  F     
The haunting children's rhymes
     F             F    
That once was part Dublin 
       G        F
In the rare old times

F             F  F  Am
Ring a ring a rosie
               F     
As the light declines
    F             F F
I remember Dublin City
       G        F
In the rare old times

   F               F   F   Am
My name it is Sean Dempsey
                   F  F
As Dublin as could be
                      F    F
Born hard and late in Pimlico
                  F         G
In a house that's ceased to be
   F             F  F
By trade I was a cooper
     Am             F
Lost out to redundancy
        F                  F
Like my house that fell to progress
   G             F
My trade's a memory

  F             F   F   Am
I courted Peggy Diagnam
                 F     F
As pretty as you please
                  F F
A gentle child of Mary
               F    G
From the rebel liberties
  F             F       F
I lost her to a student chap
     Am               F
With skin as black as coal
        F               F
When he took her off to Birmingham
    G            F
She took away my soul

F             F  F  Am
Ring a ring a rosie
               F     
As the light declines
    F             F F
I remember Dublin City
       G        F
In the rare old times

The years have made me bitter
The gargles dims me brain
'Cause Dublin keeps on changing
And nothing stays the same
The Pillar and the Met have gone
The Royal long since pulled down
As the great and unyielding concrete
Makes a city of my town

F             F  F  Am
Ring a ring a rosie
               F     
As the light declines
    F             F F
I remember Dublin City
       G        F
In the rare old times

Fare thee well sweet Anna Liffey
I can no longer stay
And watch the new glass cages
That spring up along the quay
My mind's too full of memories
Too old to hear new chimes
I'm a part of what was Dublim
In the rare old times

F             F  F  Am
Ring a ring a rosie
               F     
As the light declines
    F             F F
I remember Dublin City
       G        F
In the rare old times


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slatching 407 Aug 25, 2014 11:02 AM

Lack of accuracy. Clearly wrong. Simply put, the chords aren't right.

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