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Molly Malone Chords (ver.1)

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Molly Malone Chords (ver.1)

James Yorkston
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                Molly Malone (Cockles and Mussels) chords
James Yorkston 1884 (as performed by The Dubliners)

C G C

   C                             G
In Dublin's fair city, where the girls are so pretty,
  C                          G
I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone
       C                                G
As she wheeled her wheelbarrow, through streets broad and narrow;
       C                     G           C
crying cockles and mussels, alive a-live O!

  C                G
A-live a-live O! A-live a-live O!
       C                     G           C
Crying cockles and mussels, alive a-live O!

    C                     G
She was a fishmonger, and sure it was no wonder,
    C                      G
for so were her father and mother before
         C                                   G
And they both wheeled their barrows, through streets broad and narrow;
       C                     G           C
crying cockles and mussels, alive a-live O!

  C                G
A-live a-live O! A-live a-live O!
       C                     G           C
Crying cockles and mussels, alive a-live O!

    C                    G
She died of a fever, and no one could save her,
    C                         G
and that was the end of sweet Molly Malone
        C                                G
Now her ghost wheels her barrow, through streets broad and narrow;
       C                     G           C
crying cockles and mussels, alive a-live O!

  C                G
A-live a-live O! A-live a-live O!
       C                     G           C
Crying cockles and mussels, alive a-live O!
  C                G
A-live a-live O! A-live a-live O!
       C                     G           C
Crying cockles and mussels, alive a-live O!


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