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When The Boys Come Rolling Home

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WHEN THE BOYS COME ROLLING HOME 4/4 (Tommy Sands)

Lyrics and chords fit Tommy Sands on his album ‘Beyond The Shadows’ , the youtube video is only a short clip of the song. Support the singers, buy their music. This song was also recorded ny The Dubliners with Sean Cannon singing.

 

Intro: F-C-G-G

 

I (C)always will remember well the day we went away

(F)Sailin’ out of (C)Belfast in the (F)mor-(G)ning

Our (C)hopes were on tomorrow as we kissed the girls farewell

But our (F)dreams were on the (C)day of our re(G)tur-(C)ning

 

Chorus

There’ll be (F)dancin’, ro(C)mancin’ and (F)never (C)more we’ll (D)roam(G)

There’ll be (F)rolling in the hay there’ll be (C)whiskey in the (Am)tea

When the (C)boys come (G)rolling (F)home-C-G-G

 

We (C)safely reached the other side in New York City fair

In (F)spite of wind and (C)rain and stormy (F)wea-(G)ther

We (C)all sat down and drank a glass and wished each other well

And we (F)said we’ll all come (C)back again to(G)ge-(C)ther

 

Chorus

 

Well (C)Joe he went to Boston and Sam to Buffalo

And (F)Pat went out as (C)far as Cali(F)for-(G)nia

I (C)used to get some letters then but that was long ago

And they (F)always spoke of (C)Ireland and re(G)tur-(C)ning

 

Chorus

 

I (C)must be over ninety now my gandson’s by my bed

And (F)here I’m in Chi(C)cago and still (F)sche-(G)ming

He (C)says he’ll take me back again to rest my weary head

And (F)I’ll leave him a (C)legacy of (G)drea-(C)ming

 

There’ll be (F)dancin’, ro(C)mancin’ and (F)never (C)more we’ll (D)roam(G)

There’ll be (F)rolling in the hay there’ll be (C)whiskey in the (Am)tea

When the (C)boys come (G)rolling (F)home-C

There’ll be (F)dancin’, ro(C)mancin’ and (F)never (C)more we’ll (D)roam(G)

There’ll be (F)rolling in the hay there’ll be (C)whiskey in the (Am)tea

When the (C)boys come (G)rolling (F)home-C-G-G -C

 

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