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Billy O'Shea

A Song in the key of D
 

ABC Notation

X:2323 T:Billy O'Shea R:song Z:id:hn-song-151 M:2/4 L:1/8 Q:1/4=90 K:DA/A/ | AF Ad | d/d/B A<D | A2 A>G | F<A- A A | AF Ad | d/d/B A<D | FF E/E/E | D4 || (A<F) A2 | (B<G) B2 | A2 A>G | F<A- A A | AF Ad | d/d/B A<D | FF E/E/E | D3 || W:Oh, we all got drunk in Dub-lin City, W:All down me Billies, W:We all got drunk in Dub-lin City, W:All down Billy O'Shea. W: W:Chorus: W:All down, all down, W:All down me Billies, W:All down, all down by Dub-lin City, W:All down Billy O'Shea. W: W:Saint Patrick was a roamin' sailor, W:All down me Billies, W:He had a Pater and a Mater, W:All down Billy O'Shea. W: W:He sailed around by the Gloucester Diamond, W:All down me Billies, W:And he drove the snakes all out of Ireland. W:All down Billy O'Shea. W: W:Chorus W: W:I'll sing you a song of the Blackball Line, boys, W:All down me Billies, W:That's the line where I wasted me prime, boys, W:All down Billy O'Shea. W: W:There was tinkers, tailors and fakers all, boys, W:All down me Billies, W:They shipped us A.B.s aboard the Blackball. W:All down Billy O'Shea. W: W:Chorus W: W:Just take a trip to Liverpool, boys, W:All down me Billies, W:Liverpool that packet school, boys, W:All down Billy O'Shea. W: W:Yankee sailors you'll see there, boys, W:All down me Billies, W:With their red-topped boots and short-cut hair, boys. W:All down Billy O'Shea. W: W:Chorus W: W:Santander Jim was the mate from Hell, boys, W:All down me Billies, W:With fists or iron and feet as well, boys, W:All down Billy O'Shea. W: W:It's "Foretop halyards!" he does roar, boys, W:All down me Billies, W:And "Lay aloft Mick, ye a son of a whore!", boys. W:All down Billy O'Shea. W: W:Chorus