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Bonny Woodhall-Irish song lyrics and guitar chords Andy Irvine - A traditional song. 4/4 time. guitar chords by Mike Anderson . The youtube video is Andy's tour of Germany in 2008 and is a short clip.

Eb - play D with capo on the first fret
[D]Down by yon green [G]bushes near [D]Calder's [G]clear [D]stream
Where [G]me and my [D]Annie so [G]often have [D]been
When the [Bm]hours that flew [A]past us, right [G]happ[D]y [A]were [G]we
It was [D]little she [G]thought that a [D]soldier [G]I'd [D]be

Break: Bm - A

But it's farewell to Annie and I must away
For the King he needs soldiers and I must obey
But if providence prove kind love until I return
I will wed with my Annie near Calder's clear burn
 
On the fourteenth of August our regiment was lost
And a ball from the enemy our lines came across
O it struck me in the temple and the blood trickled down
I reeled and I staggered and I fell to the ground
 
Come here, says our captain, come here with good speed
For I fear by this bullet young Dinsmore lies dead
Two men with a stretcher did quickly prepare
And they carried me away to a hospital there
 
Break: G - A - G D Etc under tin whistle solo end on G

Cold water and brandy they poured out so free
They turned me all over my wounds for to see
But if I had my Annie to bind up my wounds
One kiss from her sweet lips would soon deaden the stoun (stoun sting]
 
Break G - A - G D Etc under tin whistle solo end on G

And it's when I am weary and think on lang syne
When I was a miner and wrought in the mine
O the tears they do trickle and down they do fall
Like the roses that bloom around bonnie Woodhall.
Outro: improv on G, end on D.

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