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Galtee Mountain Boy lyrics and guitar chords

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The Galtee Mountain Boy Irish Folk lyrics and guitar chords-Patsy O' Halloran
The ''Flying Columns'' were groups of men who roamed the countryside carrying out ambushes on British solders during the Black and Tan war 1919-1921 and then during the Irish civil war, Christy Moore later put the extra verse on the end. also recorded by Paddy Reilly and The Wolfe Tones. The sheet music notes are below. The Galtee Mountain Boy was Paddy Davern who survived the war of independence and the Irish civil war,He lived a normal life and passed away in the 1990s. the sheet music is included.
 
 

I[G] joined the flying[C] col[G]umn in [C]19[G]16
In Cork with Sean[D] Moy[G]lan [C]Tipperary with Dan[G] Breen
Arrested by free[D] sta[G]ters and [C]sentenced for to[G] die
Farewell to Tippe[C]rar[G]y said the Galtee[C] mountain[G] boy
[2]
We went across the vallys and over the hilltops green
Where we met with Dinny Lacey,Sean Hogan and Breen
Sean Moylan and his gallant men they kept the flag flying high
Farewell to Tipperary said the Galtee mountain boy
[3]
We tracked the Dublin mountains we were rebels on the run
Though hunted night and morning we were outlaws but free men
We tracked the Wicklow mountains as the sun was shining high
Farewell to Tipperary said the Galtee mountain boy
[4]
I bid farewell to old Clonmel that I never more will see
And to the Galtee mountain that oft times sheltered me
The men who fought for their liberty and who died without a sigh
May their cause be ne'er forgotten said the Galtee mountain boy

Galtee Mountain Boy Sheet Music

Galtee Mountain Boy Sheet Music

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