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Michael Finnigin lyrics and guitar chords, traditional, an unusual surname, perhaps it should be spelt ''Finnegan'' or ''Finnigan'' the earlest publication is from The Oxford Songbook 1927

[G]There was an old man named Michael Finnigin
[D7]He had whiskers on his chinigin
The[G] wind came up and blew them in ag'in
[D7]Poor old Michael Finnigin
[G]Begin ag'in
 
There was an old man named Michael Finnigin
He got drunk through drinking ginigin
That's who he wasted all his tinnigin
Poor old Michael Finnigin
Begin ag'in
 
There was an old man named Michael Finnigin
He grew fat and then grew thin ag'in
then he died, and had to begin ag'in
Poor old Michael, please don't
Begin ag'in

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