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The Boys From The County Hell-Irish song lyrics and chords by Shane MacGowan. The explicit words from this song have been removed as this is a family friendly site, I'm sure Shane wouldn't mind.

[Em]On the first day of March it was raining
It was raining worse than anything that[Am] I have ever seen
I drank ten pints of beer and I[G] cursed all the people there
And I wish that all this raining would stop falling down on [Em]me
 
And it’s[G] lend me ten pounds, I’ll buy you a [D]drink
And [G]mother wake me[D] early in the[Em] morning
 
At the time I was working for a landlord
And he was the meanest bastard that you have ever seen
And to lose a single penny would grieve him awful sore
And he was a miserable b------ and a bitch’s bastard’s w----
 
And it’s lend me ten pounds, I’ll buy you a drink
And mother wake me early in the morning
 
I recall we took care of him one sunday
We got him out the back and we broke his f----- balls
And maybe that was dreaming and maybe that was real
But all I know is I left that place without a penny or f--- all
 
And it’s lend me ten pounds, I’ll buy you a drink
And mother wake me early in the morning
 
But now I’ve the most charming of verandahs
I sit and watch the junkies, the drunks, the pimps, the w----
Five green bottles sitting on the floor
I wish to christ, I wish to christ
That I had fifteen more
 
And it’s lend me ten pounds, I’ll buy you a drink
And mother wake me early in the morning
And it’s lend me ten pounds, I’ll buy you a drink
And mother wake me early in the morning
 

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