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Mary Black Song Lyrics And Guitar Chords
Mary started her singing career as a folk and traditional singer in Dublin with her brothers who were doing the folk clubs around Dublin at the time. After a stint touring around Europe in the 1970s with ''General Humbert'' she teamed up with Declan Synott who now plays with Christy Moore.
Mary made her first album with Declan in the early 1980s entitled ''Mary Black'' which was a hugh success and Mary Black had become a household name in Ireland. She had a very even more success when she joined ''De Dannan'' which lasted until the mid 1980s. her success has continued with numerous No1 albums and singles. For a complete profile go to the Mary Black website. All the chords here have been kept easy with mostly three chords.

Traditional / Mary Black / Dubliners
Mary Black/Delores Keane/ Eleanor McEvoy
Pete St. John / Mary Black
Kevin Doherty
Stephen Foster / Mary Black
Jimmy McCarthy / Mary Black

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