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Go On Home British Soldiers lyrics and chords

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Go On Home British Soldiers Lyrics And Guitar Chords, Written by Tommy Skelly. Recorded by The Wolfe Tones and 'Eire Og'.
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[Chorus]
Go[G] on home British soldiers go on home
Have you[C] got no fuck'in[G] homes of your[D] own
For[C] eight hundred years we[G] fought you without[Em] fear
And we'll[G] fight you for[D] eight hundred[G] more
 
Leave us be British solders leave us be
We're fed up with your lies and tyranny
It's now your turn to run,it's us who have the guns
Take a trip and leave us while you may
 
 
If you stay British soldiers if you stay,
You'll never ever beat the IRA
The fourteen men in Derry are the last that you will bury
So take a trip and leave us while you may.
 
No we're not British we're not Saxon we're not English
We're Irish and proud we are to be
So fuck your union jack we want our country back
We want to see old Ireland free once more
 
Well were fighting British soldiers for the cause
We'll never bow to soldiers because
Throught our history we were born to be free
So get out British soldiers leave us be.

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This is the Wolfe Tones version. The words are slightly different than the original version.
 
[Chorus]
Go[G] on home British soldiers go on home
Have you[C] got no bloody[G] homes of your[D] own
For[C] eight hundred years we[G] fought you without[Em] fear
And we'll[G] fight you for[D] eight hundred[G] more
 
The soldiers took the streets in sixty nine
To protect the people at that time
In Derry and Belfast with a peace that did not last
You were shooting people down and wrecking homes

Go[G] on home British soldiers go on home
Have you[C] got no bloody[G] homes of your[D] own
For[C] eight hundred years we[G] fought you without[Em] fear
And we'll[G] fight you for[D] eight hundred[G] more
 
We're not Saxons we're not  English we're not Brits
We're Irish and we are proud or it
So stick your union jack we want our country back
We want to see old Ireland free once more

Go[G] on home British soldiers go on home
Have you[C] got no bloody[G] homes of your[D] own
For[C] eight hundred years we[G] fought you without[Em] fear
And we'll[G] fight you for[D] eight hundred[G] more
 
Now remember operation motorman
When the barricades came down across the land
You were shooting people dead, with your plastic and your lead
And you took the side of Stormont in the end

Go[G] on home British soldiers go on home
Have you[C] got no bloody[G] homes of your[D] own
For[C] eight hundred years we[G] fought you without[Em] fear
And we'll[G] fight you for[D] eight hundred[G] more

If you stay British soldiers if you stay,
You'll never ever beat the IRA
The fourteen men in Derry are the last that you will bury
So take a trip and leave us all alone.
 
Go[G] on home British soldiers go on home
Have you[C] got no bloody[G] homes of your[D] own
For[C] eight hundred years we[G] fought you without[Em] fear
And we'll[G] fight you for[D] eight hundred[G] more
 

Go On Home British Soldiers abc notes for banjo/mandolin and tin whistle (Key = G)
 
GABBBBAGAB
 
D'D'E'E'E'E'D'BGA
 
BCCCD'E'E'D'D'D'D'B
 
GABBCBAABAG
 

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