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Belfast Mill The Fureys Lyrics And Guitar Chords written by Khan/ Finbar Furey about the City of Belfast and how it has changed over the years, recorded by The Furey Brothers And Davie Arthur. The Banjo/Mandolin tab is included along with the sheet music notes.
[Capo 2nd fret and you will be in key of D]
At[C] the east end of town,at the[Am] foot of the hill,
There's a[G] chimney so tall,it[F] says Belfast[C] mill,
But there's no smoke at all coming[Am] out of the stack,
For the[G] mill has shut down,and its[F] never coming[C] back.
And the only tune I hear is the sound of the wind,
As she blows through the town weave and spin,weave and spin.
There's no children playing in the dark narrow streets,
For the mill has shut down it's so quiet,I cant sleep.
The mill has shut down,'twas the only life I know,
Tell me where will I go,tell me where will I go.
I'm too old to work and Im too young to die,
Tell me where will I go my family and I.
[repeat chorus after each verse]

Belfast Mill by The Fingal Brigade played in the key of D, I use a capo on the second fret and play C, F, G And Am. The strumming pattern is Down Down up down op down down.

Belfast Mill Tin Whistle Music

In the above tin whistle video the second version is played on a low G whistle, just to give an example of how the tune sounds when played on a low whistle. The notes played are the same as the first version.

Belfast Mill Sheet Music Notes

The above sheet music is another version of the song and not the version in the video


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