The Unfortunate Lad chords with lyrics by Brendan Gleeson - Easy chords and tabs for guitar

Brendan Gleeson – The Unfortunate Lad chords

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(The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs Soundtrack)

[Verse 1]
D G Bm AAs I was a walking down by the loch
G D Bm AAs I was a walking one morning of late
D G Bm AWho should I spy but my own dear comrade?
D G Bm DWrapped up in flannel, so hard is his fate
[Verse 2]
D G Bm AI boldly stepped up to and kindly did ask him
G D Bm AWhy are you wrapped up in flannel so white?
D G Bm AMy body is injured and sadly disordered
D G Bm DAll by a young woman, my own heart's delight
[Bridge]
D G A AOh had she but told me when she disordered me
D Bm A AHad she but told me of it at the time
D G Bm AI might have got salts or pills of white mercury
D G Bm DBut now I'm cut down in the height of my prime
[Verse 3]
D G Bm AGet six pretty maidens to carry my coffin
G D Bm AAnd six pretty maidens to bear up my pall
D G Bm AAnd give to each of them bunches of roses
D G Bm A DThat they may not smell me as they go a-long
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