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Artiest: Earle Steve - Songtitle: The Gakway Girl

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Origineel

GALWAY GIRL 4/4 (Use capo on 2nd fret for Mundy version) Well I (D)took a strool on the old long walk, Of a day I-ay I-(G)ay I (Bm)met a little (A)girl and we (G)stopped to (D)talk, Of a fine soft (A)day I (D)ay-I ay And I (G)ask you (D)friend What’s a (G)fella to (D)do Because her (Bm)hair was (A)black and her (G)eyes were (D)blue, And I (G)knew right (D)then I’d be (G)taking a (D)whirl Round the (Bm)Salthill (A)prom with a (G)Galway (D)girl D-D-D-D-G-G-G-D G-D-G-D-A-A-A-D We were (D)half way there when the rain came down, Of a day I ay I (G)ay And she (Bm)took me (A)up to her (G)flat down(D)town, On a fine soft (A)day I (D)ay-I ay, And I (G)ask you (D)friend What’s a (G)fella to (D)do Because her (Bm)hair was (A)black and her (G)eyes were (D)blue, So I (G)took her (D)hand And I (G)gave her a (D)twirl And then I (Bm)lost my (A)heart to a (G)Galway (D)girl D-D-D-D-G-G-G-D G-D-G-D-A-A-A-D G-G-G-G-D-D-A-A G-D-G-D-A-A-A-D D-D-D-D When I (D)woke up I was all alone, D-D-G-G With a (Bm)broken (A)heart and a (G)ticket (D)home, D-G-D-D And I (G)ask you (D)friend Oh (G)what would you to d(D)o, If her (Bm)hair was (A)black and her (G)eyes were (D)blue, See I've (G)travelled a(D)round I've been (G)all over this (D)world, - boys And (Bm)never seen (A)nothing like a (G)Galway (D)girl D-D-D-D-G-G-G-D G-D-G-D-A-A-A-D D-D-D-D-G-G-G-D G-D-G-D-A-A-A-D G-G-G-G-D-D-A-

Vertaling

GALWAY GIRL 4/4 (Use capo on 2nd fret for Mundy version) Well I (D)took a strool on the old long walk, Of a day I-ay I-(G)ay I (Bm)met a little (A)girl and we (G)stopped to (D)talk, Of a fine soft (A)day I (D)ay-I ay And I (G)ask you (D)friend What’s a (G)fella to (D)do Because her (Bm)hair was (A)black and her (G)eyes were (D)blue, And I (G)knew right (D)then I’d be (G)taking a (D)whirl Round the (Bm)Salthill (A)prom with a (G)Galway (D)girl D-D-D-D-G-G-G-D G-D-G-D-A-A-A-D We were (D)half way there when the rain came down, Of a day I ay I (G)ay And she (Bm)took me (A)up to her (G)flat down(D)town, On a fine soft (A)day I (D)ay-I ay, And I (G)ask you (D)friend What’s a (G)fella to (D)do Because her (Bm)hair was (A)black and her (G)eyes were (D)blue, So I (G)took her (D)hand And I (G)gave her a (D)twirl And then I (Bm)lost my (A)heart to a (G)Galway (D)girl D-D-D-D-G-G-G-D G-D-G-D-A-A-A-D G-G-G-G-D-D-A-A G-D-G-D-A-A-A-D D-D-D-D When I (D)woke up I was all alone, D-D-G-G With a (Bm)broken (A)heart and a (G)ticket (D)home, D-G-D-D And I (G)ask you (D)friend Oh (G)what would you to d(D)o, If her (Bm)hair was (A)black and her (G)eyes were (D)blue, See I've (G)travelled a(D)round I've been (G)all over this (D)world, - boys And (Bm)never seen (A)nothing like a (G)Galway (D)girl D-D-D-D-G-G-G-D G-D-G-D-A-A-A-D D-D-D-D-G-G-G-D G-D-G-D-A-A-A-D G-G-G-G-D-D-A-