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Protestant Men Irish Song Lyrics Guitar Chords The Wolfe Tones written by Brian Warfield. the guitar chords were kindly provided by Marc Fahrbach The Wolfe Tones Lyrics And Guitar Chords

It was (C)back in history's page, the (F)story's (C)told of a (F)Napper (C)Tandy (Am7)brave and (G)bold
With his (F)scarlet and (C)green, he (Am7)then was (Am)seen with his (G)big long gun and his fighting men

And they (C)beat at the drum, they (F)fired their (C)gun and they (F)shook the (C)English es(Am7)tablish(G)ment

And the (F)Lords and the (C)Peers, they (Am7)then put their (Am)fears and (G)Grattan got his Parlia(C)ment

CHORUS:

 

So (F)here's to those great (C)Protestant Men

Who gave their lives to free our (G)land

All the (C)people sang their praises (F)then

For those brave (C)United (Am7)Irish(G)men

In Belfast town there lived a man and his name was Samuel Neilson
A minister's son, Presbyterian, and the paper called the Northern Star
There was Henry Joy, the Green Volunteers and Thomas Russell and McCabe and McTeir
And to them was known a man Wolfe Tone and they formed the first United Men

Chorus

So your law’s with dragon’s teeth and soon you'll see that you've sowed the seeds of bigotry
Be Englands fool divide they'll rule so they set to break the United Men
And they killed them in the fields and some in jail and some upon the Gallows high
When Willie Orr died his very last cry was "Unite and fight brave Irishmen"

Chorus

Cast dissensions to the wind let all men lend to the common name of an Irishman
For across historys page to rant and rage men crossed the pails of bigotry
There was the men of '98 no sadder fate, Lord Edward, Tone and the brothers Sheres
It was Emmet's plea in 18 and 3 when he tried to set our country free

The Wolfe Tones chords and lyrics, Protestant Men

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