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Gweedore Song Lyrics. Written by Roger Courtney. This ballad is sang by Peter Corry. Gweedore is in North West Donegal Ireland and is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Ireland.

Gweedore your rugged hills are calling,
I'm sure I can hear you call my name,
Gweedore your beauty has cought hold of me,
I know I'll never be the same.

I've never seen anywhere as beautiful before,
A thousand shades of autumm from the skyline to the shore,
I count the days 'till I return to Donegal once more,
Gweedore, Gweedore
Gweedore your rugged hills are calling,
I'm sure I can hear you call my name
Gweedore your beauty has cought hold of me,
I know I'll never be the same.

I wont forget the turf stacks on the purple tainted land
Or the bright red rohan trees and the walks along the strand
The friendly smiling faces and the wave you can't ignore
Gweedore, Gweedore.
Gweedore your rugged hills are calling,
I'm sure I can hear you call my name,
Gweedore your beauty has cought hold of me,
I know I'll never be the same.

I've never seen anywhere as beautiful before,
A thousand shades of autumm from the skyline to the shore,
I count the days 'till I return to Donegal once more,
Gweedore, Gweedore

The arrow does mean to stroke/pluck(?) the chord only once -Tab By Angela.
(G↓) Gweedore your rugged hills are (C↓) calling,
 I'm (D↓) sure I can hear you call my (G↓) name,
 Gwee↓dore your beauty has cought (C↓) hold of me,
 I (D↓) know I'll never be the (G↓) same.

 I've (D) never seen anywhere as (C) beautiful be(G)fore,
 A (D) thousand shades of autumm from the (C) skyline to the (G) shore,
 I (D) count the days 'till I return to (C) Donegal once (G) more,
 (D)Gweedore, (G) Gweedore

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