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Freedom's Walk Irish Song Lyrics And Chords, Written By Paddy McGuigan , recorded by The Barleycorn and by Pádraig Mór. Guitar chords by Marc Fahrbach. One of the most beautiful sad songs I've ever heard, a true testament to one of Ireland's greatest songwriters.

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(C)Cold and dark the (Am)morning, (G)just before the (C)sun

A (F)new day is (C)breaking, our (Dm)struggle has be(G)gone

The (C)people are to(Am)gether, (G)we shall be (C)free

In (F)this land, our (C)homeland our (Dm)own de(G)mocra(C)cy.



Come (C)all you lads and (Am)lassies, (G)rally to our (C)cause

And (F)seek the abo(C)lition of (Dm)loose old-fashioned (G)laws

(C)There will something (Am)every eye (G)let the people (C)see

What (F)this land, our (C)homeland, (Dm)means to (G)you and (C)me.


On the road together walk hand in hand

And ring the bell of justice over all the land

For the world is waiting, watching you and me

In this land, our homeland our own democracy.




How far must we travel till our journey’s done,

How long must we struggle till the fight is won?

May we live in peace again, may we live to see

This land of ours a homeland, a true democracy?




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