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The Tossers, Goodmornin' Da Chords (ver.1)

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Goodmornin' Da Chords (ver.1)

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                Here are the chords for Goodmornin' Da by The Tossers.  This song's terribly easy and
 It's in standard tuning.  I've not much more to say about it except on the second C of
chorus if you play x200xx on "for" it works pretty well.  If you have any questions jot 


INTRO:
    G  C    G      C      G
Goodmornin' Da, oh I'm in gaol.
  G     C    G      C       D
I don't need you to try for bail.
   C                 G
If I know Ma, she'll scream and wail,
        G              D              G
so just lock me up and throw away the key.

VERSE:
         D             G
Well goodbye to my own Dublin dear,
         D             G
and goodbye to old St. Brigid's there.
                        C               G             D
Well I wasn't born with this, but now I got it like a flu.
            G                      D                   G
I'm f**kin' useless, so what's the point of impressing you?

CHORUS
    G              C      G
Goodmornin' Da, oh I'm in gaol.
  G                 C       D
I don't need you to try for bail.
   C                 G
If I know Ma, she'll scream and wail,
        G              D              G
so just lock me up and throw away the key.

VERSE:
Well, I'd only fifteen pints but I could not see,
when them damn skites got a hold of me.
Well, I could say it was the whiskey oh, but that it may not be.
Or just the prospect here of something else to do.

CHORUS

VERSE:
Well I've always been a problem child,
and I know that I have been too wild.
I wasn't born with this, but now I got it like a flu.
I'm f**kin' useless, so what's the point of impressing you?

CHORUS
            
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