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Autumn Gold

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Autumn Gold Lyrics And Chords. From the 1976 album Paul Brady And Andy Irvine. Also recorded by Sweeney's Men.

My (C)mood is clothed in Autumn’s(G)shades
My (F)summer (Dm)sun begins to(Am) fade
Fa(Dm)ding away with the waning(Am)year
Cha(C)nging my (Dm)tempo now (C)Autumn is here.

Time to leave my friends behind
I leave this town with you on my mind
The dead leaves are burning, the year is decaying
Winter returning, no use in delaying
One week ago we walked by here
I never dreamed life’s death was so near
We laughed and played the summer through.

The sun is going and I must go too
Autumn Gold the Winter snow,
There’s some goes north but its north I must go
Leaving this town and the friends that I know
It’s late in the year there’ll be ice and snow
When the sun returns I’ll come back too
I’ll write a song and I’ll sing it for you.

Alternative Chords

Key Of D

My (D)mood is clothed in Autumn’s(A)shades
My (G)summer (Em)sun begins to(Bm) fade
Fa(Em)ding away with the waning(Bm)year
Cha(D)nging my (Em)tempo now (D)Autumn is here

Key Of G Major

My (G)mood is clothed in Autumn’s(D)shades
My (C)summer (Am)sun begins to(Em) fade
Fa(Am)ding away with the waning(Em)year
Cha(G)nging my (Am)tempo now (G)Autumn is here


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