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Twenty Men From Dublin Town

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Twenty Men From Dublin Town lyrics and chords, written by Arthur Griffett who was the founder of Sinn Fein. alternative chords- C=G,  Am=Em,  F=C,  G=D. Always change the key of the song to suit your own voice. The video is of Danny Doyle.
 
 

[C]Twenty men from[Am] Dublin town[F] riding on the mountain[D]side
Fearless of the[Am] Saxon frown, [F]twenty brothers true and [C]tried
[F]Blood flows [G]in the [C]city[Am] streets,[F] there the green is lying[G] low
Here[C] the Emerald[Am] standard greets [F]eyes a[G]like of friend and[C] foe
 
Chorus- [F]Fly the [G]city, [C]brothers[Am] tried, [F]join us on the mountain[G]side
[C]Where we've England's[Am] power defied[G] twenty [F]men from Dublin[C] town
 
Twenty men from Dublin town, full of love and full of hate
Ah! our chief, our Tone is down, hand of God avenge his fate
Joy it is when e'er we meet redcoats on the mountain track
Oh as deer they must be fleet, if to Dublin they get back
Twenty men from Dublin town, every night around the fire
Brimming glasses we toss down to our captain Michael Dwyer
Slainte, Michael, barve and true, then there rings the wild hurrah
As we drink, dear land, to you, Eire! Slainte Geal go Bragh
 

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