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Let The Circle By Wide

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LET THE CIRCLE BE WIDE Guitar Chords And Lyrics 3/4 (Tommy Sands)

Lyrics and chords fit the version by Tommy Sands with his daughter Moya and his son Fionán on their album ‘Let The Circle be Wide’ (use capo on 3rd fret). Guitar work by Marc Fahrbach.


Let the (G)circle be (D)wide 'round the (G)fireside
And we'll (C)soon make (Am)room for (G)you
Let your (C)heart have no (Am)fear, there are (G)no strangers (Em)here,
Just (G)friends that you (D7)never (G)knew
We will (G)travel a(D)long on the (C)wings of a (G)song
With a (C)mind that' is (Em)open and (C)free
If we close our (Am)eyes to the (C)other (G)side
We're just (C)half of (G)what we could (D)be

Shake the (G)hand of the (D)man from the (C)far distant (G)land
(C)Meet him and (Em)treat him (C)well
And the young girl so (Am)fair with the (C)wind in her (G)hair,
(C)She's got a (G)story to (D)tell

There are (G)songs to be (D)sung, there are (C)rafters to be (G)rung,
There is (C)reason to (Em)rosin your (C)bow
There are stories of (Am)old and (C)new ones to be (G)told
To (C)carry a(G)way when you (D)go.

So we'll (G)pass the bottle (D)'round and we'll (C)drink another (G)round.
That our (C) friendship will (Em)always re(C)main
For how can you (Am)tell when we (C)say our fare(G)wells
(C)When will we (G)all meet a(D)gain?


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