Stephen Lynch - Down To The Old Pub Instead Chords

 
         
         
         
         
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No chord
Standard guitar tuning:
E
A
D
G
B
E
No capo

Intro

G

D

C

D

Verse 1

LGad it^Òs your duty to fDind you a lass wCith child-bearing hips andD a pink supple ass AGnd make her you wife anDd love her with lovCe so trDue NGow, some rivers run higDh some rivers run low WChen her river runs red thenD she starting her flow AGnd it^Òs called menstruatDion and heres what I meanCs to yDou YEmou will notice her bloomeCrs are spartie? At first SGtand back, her ovarDian dams gonna burst SEmo don^Òt be afraid it’s aC natural thing JGust wind up some cotton Dand give her some string PCut the old linens on top of the bed gCet out of the house and goD down to the old pub iGnstead.D C D

Verse 2

SGhe^Òll retain her waterD her breasts will be tender ACnd every third word that yoDu say will offend her GGet out of the house and gDo down to the old pub Cinstead D AGnd she^Òll want to make lovDe if you do you’re a fool CCause you^Òll only enDd up with a bloody ol’ tool GGet out of the house, dDown to the old pub instCead D AEmnd she^Òll want you to sCample the fruit of her loins BGut son it^Òll taste like soDme old rusty coins SEmo turn off the lights boy andC take off your hat AGnd drop to your knees say aD prayer to st pat TChen he^Òll give you the strength to get out of the bed ACnd for Ireland^Òs saDke go down to the old pub iGnstead.D C D

Verse 3

NEmow the pub is the place wherCe the lads are a meeting WGhen the moon^Òs full and the gDirls are a bleatin TEmhe catholic, the protestantC even the pagan TGhe pub is the place when ladDy is raggin SCo drink of your pint boys and thank your shamrocks TChat as men folk we don^Òt have to bleed from our cocks ACnd that we can escape from the lady in red ACnd get out of the house aDnd go down to the old pub