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When I Mowed Pat Murphy's Meadow, Lyrics And Chords. Written by J.M. Devine. Newfoundland King's Cove native, it dates back to the 1930s and was originally written as a poem.It was set to music and recorded by Peter McNulty of the famous New York Irish  McNally family who also made it famous, it's one of those songs thats more popular in Newfoundland than Ireland. The fine singer in the video is P.J. Murrihy from County Clare.

The[G] autumm winds are here again
And the[C] night winds chilly[G] grow
The wood land turns to[D7] golden[Em] hue
And the[G] harvest moon's a[D7]glow
To[G] hear again of[D7] days long[Em] past
To[G] come no more I[D7] know
When I[G] mowed Pat[C] Murphy's[G] meadow
In the[C] sunny long a[G]go
I see again the ocean and the distant sails afar
As the maiden in the meadow stricks up ''Dark Lough Na Gar''
There was music soft and tender in the winds that whisper low
When I mowed Pat Murphy's meadow in the sunny long ago
Where are the happy boys and girls that danced the gay quadrille
Or the singer who wardled sweetly ''The Burning Granite Mill''
To hear again at sunset ''Where Sweet Afton Flow''
When I mowed Pat Murphy's meadow in the sunny long ago
Those days are but a memory like the snow of yesteryear
And evening shades are falling all alone I shed a tear
On my cheek I feel the soft touch of the winds that whisper low
When I mowed Pat Murphy's meadow in the sunny long ago 

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