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Indiana / The Dream Lyrics And Chords By Patrick Street. Written by Andy Mitchell with chords by Robert Gibson. Patrick Street Band are Andy Irvine, Kevin Burke, Jackie Daly, and Arty McGlynn.

[C]Fare thee well, [G7]now, Indi[F]an[C]a, your green [Am]land has [F]been good to [C]me.
There I tra[G7]veled, there I [F]set[C]tled, there I [Am]raised [F]up [G7]my fami[C]ly.
But the [F]cord has never [C]severed, and the [F]longing each [Am]day it has [G7]grown.
So, to[C]mor[G7]row, I'll be [F]leav[C]ing for the [Am]land [G7]that I call my [C]home.
 

[C]All my friends [G7]say that I'm [F]cra[C]zy, going [Am]back to [F]such pover[C]ty,
America [G7]is, so they [F]say [C]now, the [Am]land [F]of [G7]opportuni[C]ty.
But the [F]shy hare runs so [C]swiftly and the [F]heron [Am]slowly [G7]flies.
These are [C]trea[G7]sures from my [F]home[C]land that all your [Am]money [G7]can never [C]buy.
 

As our ship [G7]lies in the [F]har[C]bor, I shall [Am]look back [F]on your [C]shore.
And I'll feel sad[G7]ness that I'm [F]leav[C]ing your [Am]green [F]land [G7]forever [C]more.
But as our [F]ship lies on the [C]ocean and each [F]day we are [Am]out on the [G7]sea.
All the [C]dreams [G7]I've had for [F]years [C]now, drawing [Am]near[G7]er reali[C]ty.
 

[C]Fare thee well, [G7]now, Indi[F]an[C]a, your green [Am]land has [F]been good to [C]me.
There I tra[G7]veled, there I [F]set[C]tled, there I [Am]raised [F]up [G7]my fami[C]ly.
But the [F]cord has never [C]severed, and the [F]longing each [Am]day it has [G7]grown.
So, to[C]mor[G7]row, I'll be [F]leav[C]ing for the [Am]land [G7]that I call my [C]home.

Andy Irvine is a multi instrumentalist who played
music with Sweeney's Men, Planxty, De Dannan and
Patrick Street. He was a hugh influence in devoloping
the bouzouke into Irish folk music. He also plays mandolin,
mandola guitar and harmonica. He's also a fine singer.
Andy moved to Ireland in the 60's from London. He has written
many great songs including ballads about the 1798 rebellion
leader Michael Dwyer and the 1916 leader James Connolly.
Andy turned 70 years old in 2012.

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