Rambling Irishman

A song in the key of G

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X:2260 T:Rambling Irishman R:song Z:id:hn-song-88 M:4/4 L:1/8 Q:1/4=100 K:G (GE) | D2(DE) G2G2 | (AG)(AB) Hd2(eB) | d2(BA) (GE)(DE) | (G3D) (ED) (DE) | D2DE G2G2 | (AG)(AB) Hd2eB | d2(BA)(GE)(DE) | (G3F) HG2 (GB) | d2d2 (ed)(de) | dd2B HA2(GB) | d2d2 (ed)(de) | (d3B) A2 GB | d2d2 (ed)(de) | d2(dB) A3G | A2(AB) (dB)(AB) | (G3D) (ED) || (DE) | D2DE G4 | (AG)AB d2(eB) | d2BA (GE)DE | (G3F) HG2 || W:I am a rambling Irishman, in Ulster I was bor-n W:And many's the happy hour I spent on the banks of sweet Lough Erne W:But to live poor I could not endure like others of my station W:To Amerikay I sailed away and left this Irish nation W: W:Chorus: W:Right tan-tin-a-na, tan-tin-a-na W:Right tan-tin-a-noor-ah-na-nandy W: W:The night before I sailed away, I spent it with my darling W:From three o'clock in the afternoon 'til the break of day next morning W:But when that we were going to part, we linked in each others' arms W:And you may be sure, and very sure, it wounded both our charms W: W:Chorus W: W:The very first night I slept on board I dreamt about my Nancy W:I dreamt I held her in my arms, and well she pleased my fancy W:But when I awoke out of my dream and found my bosom empty W:Well, you may be sure, and very sure, that I lay discontented W: W:Chorus W: W:When we arrived at the other side we were both stout and healthy W:We cast our anchor in the bay going down to Philadelphey W:So let every lad link with his lass, blue jacket and white trousers W:And let every lass link with her lad, blue petticoats and white flounces W: W:Chorus
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