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The Newry Market

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The Newry Market Irish Son Lyrics Guitar Chords. Written and recorded by Colum Sands. this song tells of the biggest open market in Northern Ireland which takes place twice a week in the heart of Newry Town, I've been there myself and you can get anything from a needle to an anchor, a great bit of crack too. Guitar chords by Marc Fahrbach and from the album ''The March Ditch''.

Chorus
For it (C)happens here in Newry and it (G)happens twice a week,
The likes of it you'll never find no (D7)matter where you (G)seek,
On (C)Thursdays and on Saturdays the (G)crowds come tumbling in,
For Newry Market (G7)has it all from an (C)achor (G)to a (C)pin.

There's (C)ribbons for your lady's hair and (G)stockings for her toes,
Buy her a Walkman from Japan and (D7)music wherever she (G)goes,
(C)Fashions fresh from Pakistan and (G)some a century old,
If you miss the Newry (G7)Market, now don't (C)say you (G)weren't (C)told.

Chorus

(C)Apples, fresh bananas! Would you (G)like to buy a pear?
There's graips and spades and bill hooks in the (D7)corner over (G)there
(C)Hamers, chisels, hacksaws and (G)home made apple pie,
And someone's just a(G7)bout to buy my (C)great grand (G)uncle's (C)tie.

Chorus

There's (C)jewellery and cabbage plants and (G)flowers there as well
And cherry trees in blossom you can (D7)nearly see the (G)smell,
Of (C)fish and chips for dinner, fresh (G)herring from Ardglass,
And fish net tights to (G7)fit most types of (C)size or (G)creed or (C)class.

Chorus

You can (C)buy a penny whistle you can (G)buy a bodhran too,
And ice cream from the little van if (D7)you will join the (G)queue,
(C)Gospel records by the score though they (G)may be scored I fear,
For some of them are (G7)playing here for (C)more than (G)twenty (C)years.

Chorus

An (C)ould black coat whose owner died, (G)seven years ago,
Is changing hands as slapping palms strike (D7)out a bargain (G)blow,
As a (C)gospel record plays a song of (G)live beyond the grave,
The ould coat walks out (G7)through the gate and a(C)nother (G)soul is (C)saved.

Chorus

There's (C)ancient books and furniture and (G)clocks which sometimes chime,
Like people in the market they have (D7)stood the test of (G)time,
The (C)list goes on and so must I, but (G)first I will write down,
That it's in the market (G7)you will find the (C)heart of (G)Newry (C)town.

Chorus 2x

Lyrics and chords The Newry Market by Colum Sands-An Irish folk song

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