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Seeds Of Love

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Seeds Of Love Song Lyrics And Guitar Chords, traditional, 4/4 To play along to Tommy Makem and the Clancy Brothers on their album ‚The Bold Fenian Men’ use a capo on the 2nd fret.

I (C)sowed the (Am)seeds of (C)love
And I sowed them (G)in the (C)spring(G)time
(C)Gathered them (Am)up in the (F)morning so (C)soon
While (F)small birds (G)sweetly (C)sing,
While (Am)small birds (G)sweetly (C)sing.

My (C)garden was (Am)planted (C)well
With flowers (G)every(C)whe(G)re
I (C)had not the (Am)liberty to (F)choose for my(C)self
The (F)flower I (G)loved so (C)dear,
The (Am)flower I (G)loved so (C)dear.

The (C)gardener (Am)standing (C)by
Three flowers he (G)gave to (C)me(G)
He (C)gave me the (Am)violet, the (F)lily and the (C)pink
But (F)I re(G)fused all (C)three,
But (Am)I re(G)fused all (C)three.

The (C)violet I (Am)did not (C)like
Because it (G)fades so (C)so(G)on
The (C)lily and the (Am)pink I (F)did over(C)think
And (F)vowed I'd (G)wait till (C)June,
And (Am)vowed I'd (G)wait till (C)June.

For in (C)June there's the (Am)red, red (C)rose
And that's the (G)flower for (C)me(G)
I (C)oftimes have (Am)plucked at the (F)red rosy (C)bush
And (F)gained the (G)willow (C)tree,
And (Am)gained the (G)willow (C)tree.

Now the (C)willow (Am)tree may (C)twist
And the willow (G)tree may (C)twi(G)ne
I (C)wish I was (Am)lying in that (F)young one’s (C)arms
That (F)once held this (G)heart of (C)mine,
That (Am)once held this (G)heart of (C)mine.

I (C)sowed the (Am)seeds of (C)love
And I sowed them (G)in the (C)spring(G)time
(C)Gathered them (Am)up in the (F)morning so (C)soon
While (F)small birds (G)sweetly (C)sing,
While (Am)small birds (G)sweetly (C)sing.


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