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Right Alright

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Right Alright lyrics and guitar chords, a traditional song recorded by The Dublin City Ramblers, also recorded by Darby O'Gill, I find it hard to beleive this song is traditional as the tune sounds very new, if you have any info. about the song let me know please.
Youtube Video Dublin City Ramblers
 

[G]It was on the road to Dublin that I [D7]met a pretty girl
She looked so good that it was quite dis[C]arm[G]in’
I[G] stopped and I asked her if she [D7]wanted to go home
Or [G]if she had to stay out [C]till the[D7] morn[G]in’
 [Chorus]  
[G]And she says: Right! [C]Al[G]right! Sure, we’ll [D7]get along tonight
And think about eachother in the [C]morn[G]in’
[G]Is there a way? [C]No [G]way I can [D7]take you in today
So you’ll [G]have to think about me[C] when you’re [D7]yawn[G]in’
 
She[G] took to me quite lovingly, and she [D7]had much to say
and I never felt the cold as it was [C]grow[G]in’
[G]And then she turned and said to me: I [D7]think I’ve lost me way
And [G]suddenly I knew me [C]heart was [D7]glow[G]in’

We [G]came upon a crossroads and she [D7]asked me to get down
And I danced a merry jig among the [C]haw[G]thorn
[G]I never felt her hand as she re[D7]moved me wallet brown
And we [G]danced some reels and jigs[C] until the [D7]dawn[G]in’

[G]Now that my story has [D7]come to an end
She upped and she left me without[C] warn[G]in’
[G]So here I am today without a [D7]penny to me name
And I[G] wish I’d never [C]met her in the [D7]morn[G]in’

Dublin City Ramblers Right Alright Lyrics Guitar Chords

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