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Home In Donegal By Kevin McKrell

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Home In Donegal Lyrics And Chords By Kevin McKrell.  It has been recorded by The Furey Brothers and Hair of the Dog.It is being performed by a ton of bands that also think this one is a trad tune.Which it is not. Words and music sent to me by Kevin McKrell.

Chorus.
                            
[C]I wish [D]that I was home [G]in Donegal
                       
To [C]be with you be[D]side the see
                                    
To [Em]hear your sweet voice [C]calling me
                                 
[G]Back to my [D]home in Done[G]gal

                                               
[G]He walks upon the [Am]streets of New [D]Orleans
                                 
[G]There is a strange and [Am]unfamiliar look
                         
[C]To every face he[D] sees.
                               
[C]He came here for the [D]money
                             
[G]The adventure and [C]the [Am]craic
                     
[G]Now all he ever [Am]thinks about
                            
Is [D]someday going [G]back

He misses all his family and friend
There are time that he would give all he has
To be with them again
Before the young ones move away
The old ones are all gone.
Before his heart can realize
He ‘s been away too long.

Sometimes he lays there dreaming in the night
That he’ll get a job of extra work
He’ll save the money for the flight
Lonely dreams in darkness
disappear before the dawn
Familiar faces fade away
All the dreams are gone.

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