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Damien Dempsey - St Patricks Day tab

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Again the tuning for this song, like most Damo songs, is DADGBD (low to high) and its 
enough to play so have fun

Tabbed - Dave Anderson
Damien Dempsey, St. Patrick's Day, from Shots.
Tuning - DADGBD

Chords:
D1 - 000230
D2 - 000030
D3 - 004030
G  - 555000
Em - 222000 - at the outro the low E has a hammer on so Em2 - 022000
F# - 444000
B  - 999000
A  - 777000

(Intro palm-muted strokes with D1)

D1 D2 D3 D2
D1 D2 D3 D2

Verse
D1          D2    D3     D2
Mammy sings wonderfully
D1        D2  D3         D2
Lamenting melodies
     G
Then Daddy comes home from work
         Em     F#      G
He falls in and goes beserk

D1           D2       D3  D2
Priest calls around for tea
D1        D2        D3        D2
He always seemed so terribley lonely
G
Talks of Industrial School
(G)    Em      F#    G
As he looks at me so cruel

Chorus:
G          Em
On Paddy's Day
                     F#  G
Where they march in Amerikay
G          Em
On Paddy's Day
                      F#          G
Where they dance down Cricklewood Way
G          Em
On Paddy's Day
                      F#     G
Where they sang round Botnay Bay
G          Em
On Paddy's Day
           F#       G
For my sanity, I'll pray

(Just the same as the verses)
Da fought the black and Tans
So did our Uncle Dan
Then there was Civil War
and we ne'er saw Dan anymore

We all have to walk to Cobh
A family of thriteen both young and old
Transport our poverty
To a room and a ditch 'cross the sea

Chorus
G          Em
On Paddy's Day
                     F#  G
Where they march in Amerikay
G          Em
On Paddy's Day
                      F#          G
Where they dance down Cricklewood Way
G          Em
On Paddy's Day
                      F#     G
Where they sang round Botnay Bay
G          Em
On Paddy's Day
           F#       G---------------G
For my sanity, I'll pray

For this next part the chords in brakets are played only shortly (rhythm-wise i mean) 
the next chord.
Outro
B  (G)A   (F#)G   (Em)F#   (Em2)Em X2

Em      F#   G
St. Patrick's Day X2

Em      F#   G
On Patrick's Day X2

finish with an open strum (no chords) - well, i think it is anyway, or if you prefer D1.

Corrects or comments or whatever have you - contact me at d.anderson88@hotmail.co.uk

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