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Ein kleines Liederheft - "kath. Pfarrheim St. Ulrich" in Haßloch

Ein kleines Liederheft - "kath. Pfarrheim St. Ulrich" in Haßloch

Ye Jacobites 1. em G D

Ye Jacobites 1. em G D Whats right and what is wrong by the law, by the law, em D em whats right and what is wrong by the law? G D Whats right and what is wrong by short sword or by long? em G D A weak arm or a strong for to draw, for to draw, em D em a weak arm or a strong for to draw? Refr. em G D Ye Jacobites by name, lend an ear, lend an ear, em D em ye Jacobites by name, lend an ear. G D Ye Jacobites by name, your faults I will proclaim, em G D your doctrines I must blame, you shall hear, you shall hear, em D em your doctrines I must blame, you shall hear. 5 4. em D em Well they work in the dark for the most of their lives C G D em away from their children away from their wifes C G D H7 to make others rich in the heat and the dark. em D em Ah, but who‘s going to care when you‘re to old to work? Refr. 5. em D em There‘s many a minor has died underground, C G D em died all alone when the road tumbled down, C G D H7 or choked out his life underneath the great beams, em D em or burried and gassed in that cloudly old steam. Refr. 22

Colltery Gate 1. Well I lived on the road for the Colltery Gate and the signing of the shift is a sound I hate. Don‘t be sick and don‘t be late, there is no other work in the village. 2. When the dust and the dry make a man retire then the son comes up for a chance of hire. Working in the dark just to feed your fire, there is no other work in the village. 3. Though filst is better than most they say I will do everything to keep us on a way. Jobs like that don‘t come each day, there is no other work in the village. Refr. em D em No you won‘t get me down underground in your mines C G D em away from the trees and the flowers so fine, C G D H7 down in the dark where the sun never shines. e D e No you won‘t get me down in your mines! 2. em G D What makes heroic strife, famed afar, famed afar, em D em what makes heroic strife, famed afar. G D What makes heroic strife to wet the assassins knife em G D or bound a parents life neith bloody war, bloody war, em D em or bound a parents life neith bloody war. Refr. 3. em G D Then leave your schemes alone in the state, in the state, em D em then leave your schemes alone in the state. G D Then leave your schemes alone and adore the rising sun, em G D and leave a man undone to his fate, to his fate, em D em and leave a man undone to his fate. Refr. 21 6

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