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The Little Skillet Pot Lyrics And Guitar Chords
A traditional Irish song, recorded by Mary Black.

[D]Well did you ever make colcannon,
made with [G]lovely pickled [Bm]cream
With the [D7]greens & scallions mingled
like a [G]pitcher in a [C]dream
Did you [D]ever make a hole on top
to [G]hold the meltin'[Bm] flake
Or the [D7]creamy flavoured butter
that our [G]mother's used to[D] make
Oh[D] you [G]did, so you[C] did
so did [Bm]he and so did [Am]I
And the[D7] more I think about it
sure the [G]nearer I'm to[C] cry
Oh [D]weren't them the happy days
when[G] troubles we knew[Bm] not
And or[D7] mother made colcannon
in the [G]little skillet[D] pot
Well, did you ever take potatoe cake
and boxty to the school
Tucked underneath your oxter with
your books, your slate and rule
And when teacher wasn't looking'
sure a great big bite you'd take
Of the creamy flavoured soft and meltin'
sweet potatoe cake
Well did you ever go a courtin' boys
when the evenin' sun went down
And the moon began a peepin'
from behind the Hill O' Down
And you wandered down the boreen
where the clúrachán was seen
And you whispered lovin' praises to
your own dear sweet cáilín


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