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Don't Forget You're Shovel Lyrics And Guitar Chords Christy Hennessy. Here's another song by Christy Moore, Christy does this in the key  of G.Christy Moore Lyrics And Chords Songs
 


D[D]on't forget your shovel if you want to go to[A] work.
Oh don't forget your shovel if you want to go to[D] work.
Don't forget your shovel if you[A] want to go to workOr you'll end up where you came from like the rest of us
D[D]igging, digging, digging.[A] Ow di liddle do.

And don't forget your shoes and socks and shirt and tie
And all.
Don't forget your shoes and socks and shirt and tie and all.
Mr Murphy's afraid you'll make a claim if you take a fall.
How's it goin' - Not too bad - Ow di liddle do.

And we want to go to heaven but we're always diggin' holes.
We want to go to heaven but we're always diggin' holes.
Yeah we want to go to heaven but we're always diggin' holes.
Well there's one thing you can say - we know where we are going.
Any chance of a start* - No - OK - Ow di liddle do.

And if you want to do it - don't you do it again the wall.
If you want to do it - don't you do it again the wall.
Never seen a toilet on a building site at all.
There's a shed up in the corner where they won't see you at all.
Mind your sandwiches.

Enoch Powell will give us a job, diggin' our way to Annascaul.
Enoch Powell will give us a job, diggin' our way to Annascaul.
Enoch Powell will give us a job, diggin' our way to Annascaul.
And when we're finished diggin' there they'll close the hole and all.

Now there's six thousand five hundred and fifty-nine Paddies over there in London all trying to dig their way back to Annascaul
and very few of them boys is going to get back at all
- I think that's terrible.

Don't forget your shovel if you want to go to work.
Don't forget your shovel if you want to go to work.
Oh, don't forget your shovel if you want to go to work.
Or you'll end up where you came from like the rest of us
Digging, digging, digging. Ow di liddle doooooooooooooh.

The Point Theatre Dublin, this is what it's like
to stand in front of 7,000 people who are out for a
good night and want to hear you play and and send
you up in a heap of good vebes that sometimes would
fill you with a fierce unnatural energy.
Don't Forget Your Shovel
The Box Set - Yellow C.D.

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