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''Still I Love Him'' Do You Love An Appel Lyrics And Chords  Traditional. Sheet Music Notes below. Not too many singers play this old song anymore. Probably written around 1880s going by the conduct expressed in the lyrics. A reminder of days long gone, what woman would put up with a man like that anymore, still love is a strange thing. The first version here I learned from an old Dubliners record, the second version is by The Bothy Band's first album and sent to me by Marc Fahrbach who uses a different chord arrangement.

DO YOU LOVE AN APPLE? Still I Love Him 3/4

As played by The Bothy Band (First Album)

 

Intro: G-C-G-Am7

 

Do (G)you love an (C)apple, do (G)you love a (Am7)pear?

Do (G)you love a (C)laddie with (Em)curly brown (D)hair?

 

Chorus

And (G)still, I love him, I (C)can't deny him

(G)I'll be (C)with him where (D)ever he (G)goes

 

Bridge: C-G-Am7

 

Be(G)fore I got (C)married I (G)wore a black (Am7)shawl

But (G)since I got (C)married I (Em)wear bugger-(D)all

 

Chorus + Bridge

 

He (G)stood at the (C)corner, a (G)fag in his (Am7)mouth

Two (G)hands in his (C)pockets, he (Em)whistled me (D)out

 

Chorus

Play one chorus & one verse instrumentally

Bridge

 

He (G)works at the (C)pier, for (G)nine bob a (Am7)week,

On (G)Saturday (C)night he comes (Em)rolling home (D)drunk

 

Chorus + Bridge

 

Be(G)fore I got (C)married I'd (G)sport and I'd (Am7)play

(G)But now, the (C)cradle gets (Em)in me (D)way

 

Chorus + Bridge

 

Do (G)you love an (C)apple, do (G)you love a (Am7)pear?

Do (G)you love a (C)laddie with (Em)curly brown (D)hair?

 

Chorus

Second Version in the key of D Major
[D]When I was single, I [A]wore a black [D]shawl
Now that I am married, I've done[A] nothing at all.
 
[Chorus]
[G]Still I[D] love him. [G]I'll for[D]give him.
[G]I'll go[D] with him wher[A]ever he[D] goes.
 
 
He stands at the corner and whistles me out
His hands in his pockets, his shirt hanging out
 
 
He comes down our alley and he whispered me out,
And when I get out there he knocks me about.
 
 
He took me to the alehouse and bought me some stout
Before I could drink it he ordered me out
 
 
He bought me a handkerchief, red, white, and blue,
Then to clean windows, he tore it in two.
 
 
Me back is a-breaking. Me fingers is sore,
Gutting the herring he brings to the shore.
 
 
The storm is a-raging. His boat isn't in.
Dursn't one tell me what's happened to him.
 
 
If he's gone to heaven, he'll come to no harm.
If he's gone to hell, then he'll keep himself warm.
 
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