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There's Got To Be An End lyrics and chords by Sons Of Erin. Guitar chords by Marc Fahrbach. Sons Of Erin are based in Newfoundland Canada and were formed in 1967. If you know who wrote the song please let me know, it sounds a bit like There Were Roses by Tommy Sands.

Intro: (A-)D-D-A7-D-D

 

Now [D]Peter John McCoy was a [A7]catholic [D]boy.
He sang songs of [A]liberty and the [A7]great Henry [D]Joy,
But the Saxon ,,,,,,,,,,,,are (and?) the [G]things that he loved [D]best
And he got a bunch of flowers when they [A7]laid him to his [D]rest.

 

Chorus
Oh there’s [G]got to be an [A]end to it [D]some day,
To the [G]torture that this [A]land is going [D]through,
And I [G]hope to live to [A]see it in [D]my day,
When our [G]country will be [A7]one instead of [D]two.

 

Now [D]young Sammy Nelson he came [A7]from the other [D]side,
On the twelfth day of Ju[A]ly it [A7]was his joy and [D]pride,
For in his heart there was no hate for [G]he was young and [D]gay,
And they wrapped the sash around him when they [A7]laid him in the [D]clay.

 

Chorus

Now [D]young Sammy Baxter he came [A7]from across the [D]sea,
And when he was a [A]boy a [A7]soldier he would [D]be,
But in the streets of Belfast he fell [G]at the (a?) sniper’s [D]hand,
A victim of a bitter hate he [A7]didn't under[D]stand.

 

Chorus

And I [G]hope to live to [A]see it in [D]my day,
When our [G]country will be [A7]one instead of [D]two. -A7-D

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