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Oraffertys Motor Car chords

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[Verse 1]
    G                                   C        D   G
Now Denny O'Rafferty's motor car is the greatest I declare
                                        A                  D
It's made up of bits and pieces that he picked up here and there
    Em             Bm                C                 D
The engine must be ages old but it's still got lots of power
       G                                          C      D        G
With a gallon of stout in the petrol tank it does ninety miles an hour.


[Verse 2]
    G                                    C        D    G
Oh, what a wonderful motor car; it's the greatest ever seen
                                                 A               D
It used to be black as me father's hat, now it's forty shades of green
   Em         Bm           C            D
On TV and the radio and in every public bar
    G                              C          D     G
The burning question of the day is Rafferty's motor car.


[Verse 3]
    G                                        C           D     G
Now two of the wheels are triangular and the third one's off a pram
                                            A            D
The fourth is the last remaining wheel from off a Dublin tram
    Em                Bm             C                D
The number plate's in Gaelic and the plugs won't even spark
        G                                           C         D       G
And the chassis came off of a tinkers' cart that collapsed in Phoenix Park.


[Verse 4]
    G                                         C      D        G
Now go for a ride in the motor car and you'll end up with the shakes
                                  A                 D
The road from Cork to Dublin is a veil of pains and aches
     Em                  Bm              C                 D
When traffic lights turn red ahead you'd best jump out the door
        G                                          C          D           G
For the moment that Denny treads on the brakes his foot'll go through the floor.


[Verse 5]
    G                                    C        D    G
Oh, what a wonderful motor car; it's the greatest ever seen
                                                 A               D
It used to be black as me father's hat, now it's forty shades of green
   Em         Bm           C            D
On TV and the radio and in every public bar
    G                              C          D     G      A
The burning question of the day is Rafferty's motor car.


[Verse 6]
    A                                    D          E        A
Now if you could see the upholstery your eyes would start to pop
                                          B                E
It's nothing but empty beer crates with a load of sacks on top
    F#m                  C#m                          D                E
The windscreen's gone to Lord knows where and there's mothballs in the horn
      A                                      D       E      A
And I reckon he'd only get half a quid if he took it to the pawn.


[Verse 7]
    A                                           D      E       A
Now Denny was driving around last week when the engine did the splits
                                      B                 E
It went up in smoke and nearly blew O'Connell Street in bits
     F#m                 C#m                  D            E
They searched around for Denny and found he'd landed up by heck
 A                                 D        E         A
Away up on top of the GPO with his L plates round his neck.


[Verse 8]
    A                                    D        E    A
Oh, what a wonderful motor car; it's the greatest ever seen
                                                 B               E
It used to be black as me father's hat, now it's forty shades of green
   F#m        C#m          D            E
On TV and the radio and in every public bar
    A                              D          E      A
The burning question of the day is Rafferty's motor......

            
            
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