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The Hills of Connemara

Found in Hills_Of_Connemara.abc from the John Chambers abc collection
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The Hills of Connemara Traditional Gath er up the pots and the old tin can, the mash the D G D 4 4 corn, the bar ley, and the bran. Run like the F♯m G A7 D De vil from the ex cise D7 G man. Keep the smoke from ris ing, Bar ney. D A7 D Keep your eyes well peeled today. The tall, tall men are on their way, Searching for that mountain tay, In the hills of Connemara. Swing to the left and swing to the right. The excise men will dance all night. Drinking up the tay 'til the broad day-light, In the hills of Connemara. A gallon for the butcher, a quart for Tom, A bottle for poor old Father Tom, To help the poor old dear along, In the hills of Connemara. Stand your ground. It is too late. The excise men are at the gate. Glory be to Paddy, but they're drinking it nate, In the hills of Connemara. www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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