Fairport Convention – Three Drunken Maidens chords

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[Verse]
G C G D GThere were three drunken maidens, lived on the Isle of Wight
C G D GThey drank from Monday morning, didn't stop till Saturday night
Am G DWhen Saturday night came round, me boys, the girlies wouldn't go out
G C Bm G D GThese three drunken maidens kept pushing the jug about
[Verse]
C G D GThen in comes bouncing Sally with a face as red as a bloom
C G D G"Move up, me jolly sisters, and give your Sally some room
Am G DFor I'll be your equal before the night is out"
G C Bm G D GSo now four drunken maidens, they pushed the jug about
[Verse]
C G D GThere was woodcock and pheasant, partridge and hare
C G D GAnd every kind of pie, me boys, no scarcity was there
Am G DThey'd forty quarts of beer all told, they fairly drunk it up
G C Bm G D GThese four drunken maidens who pushed the jug about
[Instrumental] A D A E A A D A E A Bm A E A D C#m A E A [Verse]
G C G D GThen in comes the landlord and he's looking for his pay
C G D G"I've a bill for forty knicker that you lot have got to pay"
Am G DThey hadn't got the money and still they wouldn't go out
G C Bm G D GThese four drunken maidens kept pushing the jug about
[Verse]
G C G D GNow where are your feathered hats, your mantles crisp and fine?
C G D G"They've all been swallowed up, me boys, in tankards of good wine"
Am G DAnd where are your maidenheads, you maids so brisk and gay?
G C Bm G D G"We left them in the public house, we drank them clean away"
[Outro] G C G D G G C G D G Am G D G C Bm G D G
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