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Ireland's Call lyrics and chords

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Ireland's Call lyrics and chords, written by Phil Coulter. Guitar music by Marc Fahrbach, a song written for the Irish rugby team, another first for this site to have the song lyrics with guitar chords. Sheet music included, transcribed by Richard.

IRELAND’S CALL 4/4

 

(D)Come the day and (G)come the (D)hour

Come the power and the (E)glor(A)y

We have (D)come to (G)answer

Our (A)Country's (D)call

From the four proud (A)provinces of (D)Ireland

 

CHORUS:

 

(D)Ireland, (G)Ireland

(D)Together (G)standing (A)tall

(D)Shoulder to (G)shoul(E)der

We'll (D)answer (A)Ireland's (D)call

 

From the mighty Glens of Antrim
From the rugged hills of Galway
From the walls of Limerick
And Dublin Bay
From the four proud provinces of

 

CHORUS

 

Hearts of steel
And heads unbowing
Vowing never to be broken
We will fight, until
We can fight no more
From the four proud provinces of Ireland

 

CHORUS

 

Repeat Chorus in E

 

(E)Ireland, (A)Ireland

(E)Together (A)standing (B)tall

(E)Shoulder to (A)shoul(F#)der

We'll (E)answer (B)Ireland's (E)call

Ireland's Call Sheet Music

The above video is to teach you how to play the song on the tin whistle.The little "d" is the low d, the "D" is the higher D. For the red B, it's a note that I created for this tune, it's a tone I couldn't make with traditional notes. [ Jean ]

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