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Boys From The County Cork lyrics and chords

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The Boys From The County Cork lyrics and guitar chords -Irish Folk Song-Recorded by The Clancy Brothers, The McNulty.

You've [G] read in history's pages
The [C] heroes of great [G] fame
The deeds they done, the battles won
And [D] how they made their name
But the [G] boys that mad the history
For the [C] orange, white and [G] green
Were the [C] boys who died in [G] Dublin Town
In [D] nineteen [G] sixteen
 
[chorus]
So meet the boys from Kerry
And meet the boys form Clare
From Dublin, Wicklow, Donegal
And the boys of old Kildare
Some came from a land beyond the sea
From Boston and New York
But the boys who beat the Black and Tans
Were the boys from the County Cork
 
Now Cork gave us Mick Sweeney
A martyr for to die
And Wicklow gave us Dwyer
In days so long gone by
And Dublin gave us Padraig Pearse
McBride and Cathal Brugha
And America gave us de Valera
To lead old Ireland through

Boys From County Cork Lyrics
 
You've  read in history's pages
The  heroes of great  fame
The deeds they done, the battles won
And  how they made their name
But the  boys that mad the history
For the  orange, white and  green
Were the  boys who died in  Dublin Town
In  nineteen  sixteen
 
[chorus]
So meet the boys from Kerry
And meet the boys form Clare
From Dublin, Wicklow, Donegal
And the boys of old Kildare
Some came from a land beyond the sea
From Boston and New York
But the boys who beat the Black and Tans
Were the boys from the County Cork
 
Now Cork gave us Mick Sweeney
A martyr for to die
And Wicklow gave us Dwyer
In days so long gone by
And Dublin gave us Padraig Pearse
McBride and Cathal Brugha
And America gave us de Valera
To lead old Ireland through

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