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Rolling Of The Sea Song Lyrics And Guitar Chords. The Irish Discendands. Sent to me by Patrick Burke. A song from Newfoundland And Labrador.
Oh, I [E]hear the fifes a-playin' high a[A]bove the misty headlands,
A-hum [E]the drums are drummin' down the [F#m]long and briny [B]shore;
My heart [E]knows what they're sayin' - get in [A]step and follow me, boy.
It's a [E]song that they've been singin' for a [B]thousand years or more.

Oh, the [E]rollin' of the sea is [A]beckonin' to me,
Sayin', [E]come, my son, I'll show you things you've [F#m]never seen be[B]fore;
Come [E]set your spirit free on the [A]winds of history,
[E]Hoist your sails and chart your course and go out and [B]explore.
Oh, the [E]rollin' of the sea is [A]beckonin' to me:
[E]Come home to Newfoundland and Labra[B]dor-[E]or.

Well, I've [A]always been the [E]rover, I [F#m]never settled [A]down,
[A]Searched the whole world [E]over for [F#m]things I never [B]found;
Now I [A]hear the ocean [E]callin' with a [F#m]voice so loud and [A]strong:
[E]Come on back to [A]Newfoundland - that's where [B]you be[E]long.
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Oh, the [D]rollin' of the sea is [G]beckonin' to me,
Sayin', [D]come, my son, I'll show you things you've [Em]never seen be[A]fore;
Come [D]set your spirit free on the [G]winds of history,
[D]Hoist your sails and chart your course and go out and [A]explore.
Oh, the [D]rollin' of the sea is [G]beckonin' to me:
Come [D]home to Newfoundland and Labra[A]dor-[D]or.

The rollin' of the sea is beckonin' to me,
Sayin', come, my son, I'll show you things you've never seen before;
Come set your spirit free on the winds of history,
Hoist your sails and chart your course and go out and explore.
Oh, the rollin' of the sea is beckonin' to me:
Come home to Newfoundland and Labrador-or.
[FADING:] The rollin' of the sea is beckonin' to me,
Sayin', come, my son, I'll show you things you've never seen before;
Come set your spirit free on the winds of history,
Hoist your sails and chart your course and go out and explore.
Oh, the rollin' of the sea is beckonin' to me:
Come home to Newfoundland and Labrador-or.

irish discendands

The Irish Descendants come from Newfoundland Canada and were formed around 1990. They are one of if not the best band playing Irish folk songs co emerge from Canada ever. Their best success came in 1996 when the band released their third album ''Gypsies And Lovers'' which sold over 100,000 C.Ds. All the members trace their roots back to Ireland and are hugely influnced by Irish folk and ballads,

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