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Candlelight And Wine

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Candlelight And Wine Song Lyrics And Guitar Chords. Written and recorded by Dermot O'Reilly and Ryan's Fancy. Also recorded in Ireland by Foster And Allen, Mick Galvin and The Barleycorn. The youtube video is by The Barleycorn with Derek McCormack doing the singing. Derek passed on in 2004. There are several songs on the site that feature Derek singing, his best in my opinion was My Last Farewell The chords here are set to the way Bob Sharpe sings it.

Well, I [C] meant to call you [E7] just before I [Am] left to go [F] away, [E7=1.4;2.2]
But I [C] guess you knew that's [G] what I'd say by [C] now; [G]
There a- [C] gain I'm never [E7] sure when it's the [Am] proper time of [F] day, Since we [C] never get [G] together [C] anyhow.
Chorus 1:

But it was [Am] really nice to watch the candle [F] through a glass of [C] wine,
Dreaming [Dm] dreams together [Am] when the quiet [F] night was yours and [G] mine; [G7]
Just a [C] pair of fools wrapped [E7] up in soft light [Am] dancing from the [F] fire,
Till the [C] morning light would [G] whisper in the [C] sky.
I keep thinking that you [E7] saw me in the [Am] park the other [F] day,
When I [C] have the time I [G] go to where we [C] met; [G]
When I'm [C] on the road I [E7] see you in a [Am] crowd or by the [F] way,
It's going to [C] take some time [G] before I can [C] forget.

Chorus /Chorus.
Well, there's a party for some [E7] friends we both know [Am] when I'm back in [F] town,
Do you [C] think that you could [G] get there for a [C] while? [G]
Though we [C] were never meant to [E7] happen still it [Am] doesn't mean to [F] say,
That we can't [C] share a glass and [G] look back with a [C] smi

I have placed the link for this one in the Country Music section as I feel it's more of a country song than folk.

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