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The Last House In Our Street Colum Sands Lyrics And Chords 4/4, from one of Ireland finest singer songer/songwriters, the guitar chords are by Marc Fahrbach. Colum is a brother of Tommy Sands who wrote There Were Roses and is from Co.Down Northern Ireland, this song is from his album ''The March Ditch'' which was released in 1989.

The (D)last house in our street is the (G)one that we are (D)living in

Throw the ball a(Bm)gainst the wall and (G)back to (A)me

(D)All the other windows have (G)concrete (D)curtains

Open up your (Bm)eyes and (A7)tell me what you (D)see

 

The (D)flowers in our garden are (G)made of bricks and (D)broken glass

Throw the ball a(Bm)gainst the wall and (G)back to (A)me

And (D)’round the back we’re growing an (G)outside (D)toilet

Open up your (Bm)eyes and (A7)tell me what you (D)see

 

(D)Wee Albert Mooney was (G)blinded by a (D)petrol bomb

Throw the ball a(Bm)gainst the wall and (G)back to (A)me

The (D)bomber said, we’re sorry, it (G)must have been an (D)accident

Open up your (Bm)eyes and (A7)tell me what you (D)see

 

A (D)big rubber bullet killed (G)little Johnny (D)Morrisey

Throw the ball a(Bm)gainst the wall and (G)back to (A)me

A po(D)liceman fired it, it (G)must have been an (D)accident

Open up your (Bm)eyes and (A7)tell me what you (D)see

 

(D)God made the world, and (G)Belfast is a part of (D)it

Throw the ball a(Bm)gainst the wall and (G)back to (A)me

(D)Sometimes I wonder if (G)Belfast was an (D)accident

Open up your (Bm)eyes and (A7)tell me what you (D)see

 

There’s a (D)wall, so there is, bet(G)ween us and (D)them, there is

Throw the ball a(Bm)gainst the wall and (G)back to (A)me

Is there (D)anyone can tell me that they (G)didn’t help in (D)building it

Open up your (Bm)eyes and (A7)tell me what you (D)see

 

But the (D)eyes of the world have (G)concrete (D)curtains

Throw the ball a(Bm)gainst the wall and (G)back to (A)me

Would you (D)tear down the wall, would you (G)open up the (D)windows

Open up your (Bm)eyes and (A7)tell me what you (D)see

 

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