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Good Friday Never Changes

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GOOD FRIDAY NEVER CHANGES 4/4 (Colum Sands, 1996)Lyrics and chords fit Colum Sands version from his album ‚All My Winding Journeys’ with capo on 4th fret. Optional chord in this song Dsus4 (x-x-0-2-3-3) An Irish folk song. Guitar chords by Marc Fahrbach.

It's Good (A)Friday on the (A7)calendar and (G)I'm on the (D)train
The (A)endless train that (A7)brings us (G)to and (D)from
The (A)friends who eased the pain
Of (D)loneliness in gardens,
The (A)agony, the groan
The (A7)moment when you realise (A)that you stand alone

Chorus
For Good (D)Friday never changes -Dsus4-D
(A)We change the number of the (D)year
(A)Add one to the last one, (G)then say, dear oh (D)dear
How time (A)changes - how time (D)changes

Bridge: D-A-A-A7-D-D


Were (A)you the one who (A7)tried to change the (G)evil that you (D)found
Or (A)did you stand un(A7)certain at the (G)edge of the (D)crowd
As (A)he was led away
You (D)didn't raise the hand
The (A)once had flung the palm
In the (A7)waters of indifference you (A)stopped to wash your hands

Chorus + Bridge


And (A)now we've reached the (A7)station see (G)how the people (D)run
(A)Laughing and (A7)crying (G)to and (D)from
The (A)friends who eased the pain
Of (D)loneliness in gardens,
The (A)agony, the groan
The (A7)moment when you realise (A)that you stand alone

 

Chorus

Outro: D-A-A-A7-D-D 2x

Irish folk song -Good Friday Never Changes

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