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Sam Hall lyrics and chords

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Sam Hall lyrics and guitar chords. A tradition song recorded by The Dubliners, Paddy Reilly and The Dublin City Ramblers. Coothill is in Co. Cavan but I think this song is of English origins. The sheet music notes are included.
 

Oh[D] me name it is Sam[G] Hall chimney [D]sweep,chimney[A] sweep,
Oh me[D] name it is Sam[G] Hall chimney[D] sweep,
Oh meG] name it is Sam Hall,and I've[D] robbed both rich and[A] small,
And me[D] neck will pay for[G] all when I[D] die,when I [A]die.
And me[D] neck will pay for[G] all when I[D] die
[2]
Oh they took me to Coothill in a cart,in a cart,
Oh they took me to Coothill in a cart,
Oh they took me to Coothill,and I stoped to make my will
And the best of friends must part,so must I,so must I,
For the best of friends must part,so must I.
[3]
Up the ladder I did group,thats no joke,thats no joke,
Up the ladder,I did group thats no joke,
Up the ladder I did group,and the hangman pulled the rope,
And ne'er a word I spoke,tumbling down,tumbling down,
And ne'er a word I spoke tumbling down.

How To Play Sam Hall on the guitar, here's a video of myself which will show you how to play the chords and give you a feeling of the way the tune goes. I use the very same chords as what's displayed in the lyrics. It's a handy little song that all folk musicins should know.

Sam Hall Sheet Music

Sam Hall Letter Notes For Tin Whistle

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