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The Roseville Fair lyrics and chords, Bill Stains.Made famous in Ireland by The Clancys, the video is Nanci Griffith

Oh[D] the night was clear and the[G] stars were[D] shining
And the moon came[G] up[A] so quiet in the[D] sky
All the people gathered 'round and the[G] band was a[D] tuning
I can hear them[G] now[A] playing come through the[D] rye
You were dressed in blue and you looked so lovely
Just a gentle flower of a small town girl
You took my hand and we stepped to the music
With a single smile you became my world
And[D] we danced all[A] night[Em] to the[A] fiddle and the[D] banjo
[A]Thier drifting[G] tunes[A] seemed to fill the[D] air
So long[A] ag[D]o[Em] but I[A] still re[D]member
[A]When we fell in[G] love[A] at the Roseville[D] fair
Now we courted well and we courted dearly
And we'd rock for hours on the front porch chair
Then a year went by from the time that I met you
And I made you mine at the Roseville fair
So here's a song for all of the lovers
And here's a tune that they can share
May they dance all night to the fiddle and the banjo
The way we did at the Roseville fair

The Roseville Fair lyrics
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