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Spancil hill

Höfundur lags: Michael Considine Höfundur texta: Michael Considine Flytjandi: The Dubliners Sent inn af: svanurkri
Last [Dm]night as I lay [C]dreaming,of pleasant days gone [Dm]by,   
My mind being bent on rambling,to [C]Ireland I did [G]fly,
I [Dm]stepped on board a vision,and [C]followed with a [G]will,
Till the [Dm]first I came to [C]anchor at the cross at Spancil H[Dm]ill,   

T[Dm]'was on the twenty third of [C]June,the day before the [Dm]fair,
When Ireland's sons and daughters,and [C]friends assembled [G]there,
The [Dm]young the old the brave the bold,thier [C]duty to full [G]fill,
At the [Dm]parish Church near [C]Clooney,a mile from Spancil [Dm]Hill.

I [Dm]went to see me [C]neighbours to see what they might [Dm]say,   
The old one's were all dead and gone,the [C]young one's turning [G]grey,
I [Dm]met with tailor Quigley,he's as [C]bold as ever [G]still,
Sure he [Dm]used to make me [C]britches when I lived in Spancil [Dm]Hill.

I [Dm]paid a flying [C]visit to my first and only [Dm]love,
She's as fair as any lilly as [C]gentle as a [G]dove,
An she [Dm]threw her arms around me saying [C]Johnny I love ye [G]still,
She was [Dm]Meg the farmer's [C]daughter,the pride of Spaincil [Dm]Hill.

Last night as I lay dreaming,of pleasant days gone by,
My mind being bent on rambling,to Ireland I did fly,
I stepped on board a vision,and followed with a will,
Till the first I came to anchor at the cross at Spancil Hill,

T'was on the twenty third of June,the day before the fair,
When Ireland's sons and daughters,and friends assembled there,
The young the old the brave the bold,thier duty to full fill,
At the parish Church near Clooney,a mile from Spancil Hill.

I went to see me neighbours to see what they might say,
The old one's were all dead and gone,the young one's turning grey,
I met with tailor Quigley,he's as bold as ever still,
Sure he used to make me britches when I lived in Spancil Hill.

I paid a flying visit to my first and only love,
She's as fair as any lilly as gentle as a dove,
An she threw her arms around me saying Johnny I love ye still,
She was Meg the farmer's daughter,the pride of Spaincil Hill.

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