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Folk Song

X:1 T:Fiddler's Green C:John Connolly R: waltz M: 3/4 L: 1/8

1/4=50

K: Dmaj A, | D- E F | G F E | D E F | B,2 z/ A,/ | D E F | G A B | A F D | E2 F/F/ | G A B | B A G |$ F G A | A2 G/G/ | F E F | G F E | D C D | E A G | F F F | G E C | E D2- | D2 A | B G B |$ A F D | E3- | E2 F | G A B | B A G | F G A | A G F | E F G | A G F | E- F E | D2 |] W: W:1 As I walked by the dockside one evening so fair W:To view the salt waters and take in the salt air W:I heard an old fisherman singing a song W:Now Fiddlers Green is a place I've heard tell W: W:(chorus) Wrap me up in me oilskins and jumper W:No more on the docks I'll be seen W:Just tell me old shipmates, I'm taking a trip mates W:And I'll see you someday on Fiddlers Green W: W:2 Where the fishermen go if they don't go to hell W:Where the skies are all clear and the dolphins do play W:And the cold coast of Greenland is far, far away W:Where the skies are all clear and there's never a gail W: W:3 And the fish jump on board with one swish on their tail W:Where you lie at your leisure, there's no work to do W:And the skipper's below making tea for the crew W:Now I don't want a harp nor a halo, not me W: W:4 Just give me a breeze on a good rolling sea W:I'll play me old squeeze-box as we sail along W:With the wind in the riggin' to sing me a song % % % % %]

					
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