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Your Daughters And Your Sons Lyrics And Chords Tommy Sands. Thanks to Thomas Bradley for working out the chords. Here are  alternative chords for the key of D,,  C=D  G=A  F=G.

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YOUR DAUGHTERS AND YOUR SONS 4/4 (Tommy Sands)
Chords as used by the McCalmans on their album ‚Honest Poverty’ (use capo on 1st fret)

For the harmonica bridge use a G#-harmonica (or a C-harmonica if you’re playing the song in the key of Gmajor without using a capo) This version of the guitar work is by Marc Fahrbach

 

They (G)wouldn't hear your (C)music
And they (D)pulled your paintings down
They (G)wouldn't read your (Em)writing
And they (D)banned you from the(G)town
But they couldn't stop you (C)dreaming
And a (D)victory you have won
For you (G)sowed the seeds of (Em)freedom

In your (D)daughters and your (G)sons

 

Chorus

In your (D)daughters and your sons
In your (G)daughters and your (D)sons
You (G)sowed the seeds of (C)freedom
In your (D)daughters and your (G)sons (Harmonica Bridge: (C)7 6 6 (G)6)

 

Your (G)weary smile it (C)proudly hides
The (D)chainmarks on your hands
As you (G)bravely strive to (Em)realise
The (D)rights of every(G)man
And though your body's (C)bent and low
A (D)victory you have won
For you (G)sowed the seeds of (Em)justice

In your (D)daughters and your (G)sons

 

Chorus, using JUSTICE

 

I (G)don't know your re(C)ligion
But one (D)day I heard you pray
For a (G)world where every(Em)one can work
And (D)children they can (G)play
And though you never (C)got your share
Of the (D)victories you have won
For you (G)sowed the seeds of (Em)equaility

In your (D)daughters and your (G)sons

 

Chorus, using EQUALITY

 

They (G)taunted you in (C)Belfast
And they (D)tortured you in Spain
And (G)in that Warsaw (Em)ghetto
Where they (D)tied you up in (G)chains
In Vietnam and in (C)Chile
Where they (D)came with tanks and guns
It's (G)there you sowed the (Em)seeds of peace
In your (D)daughters and your (G)sons

 

Chorus, using IT’S (G)THERE YOU SOWED THE (C)SEEDS OF PEACE

 

And (G)now your music's (C)playing
And the (D)writing's on the wall
And (G)all the dreams you (Em)painted
Can be (D)seen by one and (G)all
Now you've got them (C)thinking
And the (D)future's just begun
For you (G)sowed the seeds of (Em)freedom
In your (D)daughters and your (G)sons

 

Chorus twice, using FREEDOM

Basis Version Below

They[C] wouldn't hear your music
[G]And they pulled your paintings down
[C]They wouldn't read your writing
[G]And they banned you from the town
[C]But they couldn't stop you dreaming
[G]And the victory you have won
For[C] you sowed the seeds of[F] freedom
In your[G] daughters and your[C] sons

In your daughters and your sons
In your daughters and your sons
You sowed the seeds of freedom
In your daughters and your sons

Well your weary smile it proudly hides
The chain marks on your hands
As you bravely strive to realise
The rights of every man
And though your body's bent and low
A victory you have won
For you sowed the seeds of justice
In your daughters and your sons

Well, I don't know your religion
But one day I heard you pray
For a world where everyone can work
And children can play
And though you never got your share
Of the fruits that you have won
You sowed the seeds of equality
In your daughters and your sons

Well, they taunted you in Belfast
And they tortured you in Spain
And in that Warsaw ghetto
Where they tied you up in chains
In Vietnam and in Chili
Where they came with tanks and guns
It's there you sowed the seeds of peace
In your daughters and your sons

And now your music's playing
And the writings on the wall
And all the dreams you painted
Can be seen by one and all
And now you've got them thinking
And the future's just begun
For you sowed the seeds of freedom
In your daughters and your sons

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