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Blackwater Side lyrics and chords

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Blackwaterside Lyrics And Guitar Chords-Traditional Irish Song. Liam Clancy does a great version of this, The Blackwater River is in Co.Cork. The video os Liam singing Blackwaterside with the Clancy Brothers And Tommy Makem
 

Blackwater Side Chords
[G]One mor[C]ning[G] fair
As I[C] chanced the[D] air
Down[C] by black[Am] water[D] side
'Twas in[C] gazing[G] all a[C]round [G]me
That an[C] Irish[F] girl I[G] spied

All in the fore part
Of the night
They rolled in sport and play
Then this young man arose
and he put on his clothes,
Saying Far - el - dy well to-day.

That's not the promise you made to me
When you lay upon my breast;
You could make me believe with your lying tongue
That the sun rose in the west.

Go home, go home to your father's garden,
Go home and cry your fill;
And think of the sad misfortune
I brought on with my wanton will

There's not a flower in this whole world
As easily led as I;
And when fishes can fly and seas do run dry,
It is then that you'll marry I

Blackwater Side Lyrics
One morning fair
As I chanced the air
Down by black water side
'Twas in gazing all around me
That an Irish girl I spied

All in the fore part
Of the night
They rolled in sport and play
Then this young man arose
and he put on his clothes,
Saying Far - el - dy well to-day.

That's not the promise you made to me
When you lay upon my breast;
You could make me believe with your lying tongue
That the sun rose in the west.

Go home, go home to your father's garden,
Go home and cry your fill;
And think of the sad misfortune
I brought on with my wanton will

There's not a flower in this whole world
As easily led as I;
And when fishes can fly and seas do run dry,
It is then that you'll marry I

   
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