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Morningtown Ride lyrics + chords

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Morningtown Ride Lyrics And Guitar Chords, not an Irish song but a folk song. Written by Malvina Reynolda and recorded by The Seekers 1966.

 

[G]Train whistle blowin',[C] makes a sleepy[G] noise
[C]Underneath their[G] blankets go[D] all the girls and boys
[G]Rockin', Rollin', Ridin', [C]out along the[G] bay
[G]All bound for[C] Morning[G]town,[D] many miles a-[G]way[D]

Driver at the engine, Fireman rings the bell
Sandman swings the lantern to say that all is well
Rockin', Rollin', Ridin', out along the bay
All bound for Morningtown, many miles a-way

Maybe it is raining where our train will ride
All the little trave'lers are warm and snug in-side
Rockin', Rollin', Ridin', out along the bay
All bound for Morningtown, many miles a-way

Somewhere there is sunshine, somewhere there is day
Somewhere there is Morningtown, many miles a-way
Rockin', Rollin', Ridin', out along the bay
All bound for Morningtown, many miles a-way

All bound for Morningtown, many miles a-way

Morningtown Ride Music Notes Here

The youtube video by myself is here to give you an idea how to strum along with the song. I'm using a capo on the 2nd fret, so the key is A Major. But you don't have to use a capo, example, placing the capo on the 4th fret you'd be in the key of B, with it on the 5th you'd be playing in C.

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