John Lennon – The Luck Of The Irish chords ver. 2

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The Luck Of The Irish chords
John Lennon  1972  (Sometime In New York City)

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G C GIf you had the luck of the Irish
Bm C DYou'd be sorry and wish you were dead
G C GYou should have the luck of the Irish
D D7 GAnd you'd wish you was English instead!
C GA thousand years of torture and hunger
Bm C DDrove the people away from their land
G C GA land full of beauty and wonder
D D7 G D G D GWas raped by the British brigands! Goddamn! Goddamn!
C GIf you could keep voices like flowers
C GThere'd be shamrock all over the world
C GIf you could drink dreams like Irish streams
C D7 GThen the world would be high as the mountain of morn
C GIn the 'Pool they told us the story
Bm C DHow the English divided the land
G C GOf the pain, and the death and the glory
D D7 GAnd the poets of auld Eireland
C GIf we could make chains with the morning dew
C GThe world would be like Galway Bay
C GLet's walk over rainbows like leprechauns
C D7 GThe world would be one big Blarney Stone
C GWhy the hell are the English there anyway?
Bm C DAs they kill with God on their side
G C GBlame it all on the kids in the IRA
D D7 G D G D GAs the bastards commit genocide! Aye! Aye! Genocide!
If you had the luck of the Irish
Bm C DYou'd be sorry and wish you were dead
G C GYou should have the luck of the Irish
D D7 GAnd you'd wish you was English instead!
D D7 GYes you'd wish you was English instead!
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