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The Frying Pan Song

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The Frying Pan Song Lyrics And Guitar Chords, written by Terry Bradford and sang  By The Furey Brothers And Davie Arthur. From the album ''At Home In Ireland '' ,  Guitar work by Angela.
Well, I (G) went for a drink last Friday night
had a ( C) beer with me dear old (G) dad.
I had a (D7) laugh with Rose the ( C) barmaid
and a (C7) few pints with the (D) lads.
There was a (G) sign in the pub saying "we do good grub
so I ( C) asked what's on the (G) grill
there you can (h or D7) have what you like, said (C) Rosie,
just put a (C7) fiver in the (D) till.
Oh well, the night grew long
and we all sing a song, the stories all were told
and it was four o'clock in the morning
oh when we stepped out in the cold.
I couldn't find the lock, so we had to knock
and I prayed she'd let me in.
Then I heard a roar, when she opened the door
"Just where you think you'll be!"
Oh (G) no!     -   I didn't see it (C ) coming.
Oh (G) no!     -   She took me by ( C) surprise.
Oh (G) no!     -   I didn't see it (C ) coming.
She got me (D) right bet-(h or D7)-ween the (G) eyes.
Oh no!     -   She caught me with a cracker.
Oh no!     -   She's got a great right hand.
Oh no!     -   She gave me such a smacker.
With her well used frying pan.
Now on Saturday, the pain went away
it left me eyes all black and blue.
So I drink to forget with Rosie
it seemed the only thing to do.
I had a glass in the hand, I was feeling grand
with Rosie sitting on me knee
But then I heard a crash and me passed by flash
you can guess who was next to me.

Chorus but replace the last line with the following:
with her great big, it was a greasy, it was a well used frying-pan


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