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The Waxies Dargle lyrics and chords. A traditional song which was recorded by The Pogues, The Dubliners and The Dublin City Ramblers. The Video Is The Pogues.Waxies are candlemakers,and The Waxies Dargle was their annual trip to Bray Co. Wicklow

Says[D] my old one to[G] your old one,
Will you[D] come to the Waxies Dargle,
Says your old one to[G] my old one,
Sure I[A] havn't got a[D] farthing,
I went up to Monto Town,
To see uncle[G] Mc Ar[[A]dle,
But he[D] wouldn't give me[G] half a crown,
To[A] go to the Waxies[D] Dargle.
Says your old one to my old one,
Will you go to the Galway races,
Says your old one to my old one,
I'll hump the old man's braces,
I went down to Capel Street,
To the Jew man moneylenders,
But they woultn'd give me a couple of bob,
On the old man's red suspenders.
Says my old one to your old one,
We have no beef or mutton,
But if we go down to Monto Town,
We might get a drink for nothin,
Here's a nice piece of advece,
I heard from an old fishmonger,
When food is scarce and ye see the hearse,
You know you have died of hunger. 
What will ye have,I'll have a pint,
I'll have a pint with you sir,
And if one of you's doesn't order soon,
We'el be trown out of the boozer.


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