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Summer In Dublin lyrics and chords bagatelle

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Summer In Dublin lyrics and Guitar chords by Liam Reilly. Liam also wrote 'Streets Of New York lyrics + chords and 'Flight Of The Earls lyrics and chords' which were big hits for The Wolfe Tones. other big hit songs by Bagatelle include ''Second Violin'' Love Is The Reason'' and Leeson Street Lady lyrics and chords. The guitar player kindly gave me a lend of his tuner in Wexford a few years ago and I forgot to return it to him. I still have it, give me a shout if you want it back. [thanks]
 
 

 

 
Take[C] me away from the[Am] city
And[F] lead me to where I can be on my[C] own
I[F] wanted to see you but[C] now that I have
I[Dm] just want to be left[G] alone
I'll[C] always remember your[Am] kind words
And I'll[F] still remember your[C] name                   
But I've[F] seen you changing and[C] turning
And I[Dm] know that things won't be the[G] same
Chorus:
I re[C]member that summer in [Am]Dublin
And the[F] Liffey it stank like[C] hell
And the[F] young people walking on[C] Grafton Street
And[Dm] everyone looking so[G] well
 
I was singing a song I heard somewhere
Called Rock and Roll Never Forgets
When my hum it was smothered by a 46A
And the scream of a low-flying Jet
So I jumped on a bus to Dun Laoghaire
Stopping off to pick up my guitar
And a drunk on the bus told me how to get rich
I was glad we weren't going too far
 
So I'm leaving on Wednesday morning
Tryin' to find a place where I can hear
Where the wind and the birds and the sea and the rocks
And where open roads always are near
And if sometimes I tire of the quiet and I want to walk back up that hill
I'll just get on the road and I'll stick out my thumb
I know that you'll be there still

 

Summer In Dublin lyrics and chords

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