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The Publican's Wife, Irish Song Lyrics By Seamus Moore. Guitar chords by Angela, same key as the way Seamus sings it.

As (C) I walked into a pub one night some (F) whiskey (G) for to (C) buy.
As I staggered to the (F) public bar (G) no one (F) could I (G) spy,
Well (C) I was dissapointed and some (F) angry (/G) words I (C) said,
When I (C) heard the sound of a  bang, bang, "ahh"  (F) right a-(G)-bove me (C) head
Yes  I (C) heard the sound of a bang, bang, "ahh"  (F) right a-(G)-bove me (C) head
 
Well I was quick and I was slick and up them stairs I went,
And I was so surprised to find the governer's wife in bed,
She was with another man, quiet anormous size,
And they were having a ---right before me eyes,
Yes they were having a --- right before me eyes.

But when the fun was over and done the lady liften her head,
And she was so surprised to find me standing right beside the bed
She said if you would be discrete young man and you would be so kind
You too could have some of the old ,,,whenever you feel inclined
You too could have some of the old ,,,whenever you feel inclined

Now many's the night and many's the dat the govener wasn't at home,
For to buy some whiskey too the public house I'd go,
But not a drop would she give to me but she gave to me instead,
A little bit more of the,,,and sent me home to bed
A little bit more of the,,,and sent me home to bed

Come all ye married men take heed when your going out on the town,
Be sure to leave your wife at home and tie her down,
And don't take any chances and tie her down to the floor
And give her enofe of the old,,, till she don't want any more
And give her enofe of the old,,, till she don't want any more.

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