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FLOWER OF KILKENNY Lyrics Guitar Chords 3/4

For the YouTube-life-version of the  Masterless Men use capo on 3rd fret to tune to Fmajor  The chords are by Marc Fahrbach and this song was requested by Tom Quinn.

I (D)once loved a (G)flower in Kil(D)kenny

and a (G)beautiful creature was (A)she

I (D)loved her far (G)better than (D)any,(G)

and I (D)know that young (A)darling loved (D)me.



(A)She's the (D)beautiful (G)Flower of Kil(D)kenny

Shall I (G)gaze on her fair face no (A)more?

I have (D)roamed through the (G)world and seen (D)many,(G)

But there's (D)none like my (A)Eileen, a (D)Sto'r  -G-D-A


I re(D)member the (G)first time I (D)met her,

And I (G)gawked at her hand I pur(A)sue.

And no (D)man could have (G)felt any (D)better

When she (D)swore she would (A)always be (D)true.




As she (D)left me she (G)gave me a (D)token,

And (G)that was an outburst of (A)tears.

And the (D)words that were (G)generally (D)spoken,(G)

They (D)remain in my (A)memory for (D)years.




For (D)this was the (G)last of the (D)token,,

That she (G)gave with a fond loving (A)will;

And the (D)words that were (G)generally (D)spoken,(G)

They've (D)reigned in my (A)memory (D)still.


Chorus twice


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