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Kingston Trio - Eddiestone Light Tabs

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Eddiestone Light Tabs

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                Performed By: Kingson Trio

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MY FATHER WAS THE KEEPER OF THE EDDYSTONE LIGHT
       (C    D7)     G
HE MARRIED A MERMAID ONE FINE NIGHT

(C          D7)              G
A PORPOISE, A PORGY, AND THE OTHER WAS ME
A7            D
YO HO HO, THE WIND BLOWS FREE
D7                     G
OH FOR THE LIFE ON THE ROLLING SEA

G
LATE ONE NIGHT I WAS TRIMMING THE GLIM
         (C     D7)            G
WHILE SINGING A VERSE FROM THE EVENING HYMN

A VOICE FROM STARBOARD SHOUTED "AHOY!"
(C            D7)           G
AND THERE WAS ME MOTHER SITTING ON A BUOY
A7            D
YO HO HO, THE WIND BLOWS FREE
D7                     G
OH FOR THE LIFE ON THE ROLLING SEA

G
WHAT HAS BECOME OF MY CHILDREN THREE?
      (C  D7)     G
ME MOTHER SHE DID ASK OF ME

ONE WAS EXHIBITED AS A TALKING FISH
(C            D7)         G
THE OTHER WAS SERVED ON A CHAFING DISH
A7            D
YO HO HO, THE WIND BLOWS FREE
D7                     G
OH FOR THE LIFE ON THE ROLLING SEA

G
THEN THE PHOSPHORUS FLASHED IN HER SEAWEED HAIR
     (C        D7)    G
I LOOKED AGAIN AND ME MOTHER WASN'T THERE

A VOICE CAME ECHOING OUT OF THE NIGHT
(C               D7)           G
I DON'T LIKE THE KEEPER OF THE EDDYSTONE LIGHT
A7            D
YO HO HO, THE WIND BLOWS FREE
D7                     G
OH FOR THE LIFE ON THE ROLLING SEA


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