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We Miss You Liam

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We Miss You Liam Lyrics And Chords, a fine tribute song to Liam Clancy which was written by Padraig Grimes.

[C]Theirs a gentle breeze that’s blow[Am]ing in, [F]from the [C]sea
                                               
[F]It shakes the le[G]aves on the [C]trees
                                                                                              
 
[F]But the sun is shining [G]brightly, on the head[C]stones and on [Am]me
                                                                                
And the final resting place of the man I came to see
As I stand beside his headstone a thought, crosses my mind
That this all somehow seems so wrong
How can a man such as he be silent now
Yet his legacy it lives in his music and his song
 
Chorus
                                   
[F]Oh as [G]hard as it may [C]seem
                                        
[F]We`ll never [G]see his like a[C]gain
                                                                               
[F]And as the par[G]ting glass fades [C]to, but a distant [Am]dream
                                 
[F]Oh [G]oh we miss you [C]Liam
 
 
He played for presidents, he played for kings
With his brothers by his side
And the man from Keady, Tommy Makem was his name
All passed away now, with the turning of the tide
 
Chorus
 
Well now the time has come to leave An Rinn
Yet I’m so glad that I came
Just to pay my respects and to say thank you
For all the joy to my life that you did bring
Chorus

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