Dubliners - Banks of the Roses, аккорды

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         E                    B              E
On the banks of the roses my love and I sat down.
    A                E           B              E
And I took out my fiddle for to play my love a tune,
         A            E                  B             E
In the middle of the tune, me boy, she smiled and she said,
     E              A                B   E
Oh Johnny, lovely Johnny don't you leave me.
 
     E                    B              E
When I was a young lad I heard me father say,
      A           E                B            E
That he'd rather see me dead,and buried in the clay,
  A               E        B       E
Sooner than be married to any run away,
         E            A           B E
By the lovely sweet banks of the roses.
 
E                    B              E
On the banks of the roses my love and I sat down.
    A                E           B              E
And I took out my fiddle for to play my love a tune,
         A            E                  B             E
In the middle of the tune, me boy, she smiled and she said,
     E              A                B   E
Oh Johnny, lovely Johnny don't you leave me.
  
         E                     B                  E
Well now I am no run away and soon I'll have you know,
     A                E                B        E
That I can take the bottle, or I can leave it alone,
             A            E               B                 E
And if her daddy doesn't like it, he can keep his daughter home,
            E              A          B   E
And young Johnny will go roving with another.
 
E                    B              E
On the banks of the roses my love and I sat down.
    A                E           B              E
And I took out my fiddle for to play my love a tune,
         A            E                  B             E
In the middle of the tune, me boy, she smiled and she said,
     E              A                B   E
Oh Johnny, lovely Johnny don't you leave me.
 
E                            B                E
When I am married, 'twill be in the month of May,
           A               E              B               E
When the leaves they are green, and the meadows they are gay,
    A               E         B                 E
And me and my true love will sit and sport and play.
         E            A           B E
By the lovely sweet banks of the roses.
 
E                    B              E
On the banks of the roses my love and I sat down.
    A                E           B              E
And I took out my fiddle for to play my love a tune,
         A            E                  B             E
In the middle of the tune, me boy, she smiled and she said,
     E              A                B   E
Oh Johnny, lovely Johnny don't you leave me.
 
     E              A                B   E
Oh Johnny, lovely Johnny don't you leave me.
 
 
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