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The Outlaw Raparee Lyrics And Guitar Chords

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Lyrics and chords as used by the Clancy Brothers and Makem, guitar tab by Marc Fahrbach, as you can see from the spelling in the song it's sometimes called ''The Outlawd Raparee''  


My [D]spurs are rusted, my [G]coat is [A]rent, my [D]plume is damp with rain

And the [G]thistle [A]down and the [D]barley [Bm]beard are [G]thick on my [A]horses [D]mane

But my rifle's as [G]bright as my [Em]sweetheart's [D]eye, my arm is [G]strong and [Em]free

What [D]care have [G]I for your [Em]king or [D]laws, I'm an outlawed [A]rappa[D]ree



[D]Lift your glasses friends with mine and give your hand to [A]me

I'm [G]England's [D]foe, I'm [Em]Ireland's [D]friend, I'm an outlawed [A]rappa[D]ree


The [D]mountain cabin [G]is my [A]home, up [D]high in the crystal air

And my [G]bed of [A]limestone [D]iron [Bm]ribbed and the [G]brown heath [A]smelling [D]fair

Let George or [G]William [Em]only [D]send his troops to [G]burn or [Em]loot

We'll [D]meet them [G]up on [Em]equal [D]ground and we'll fight them [A]foot to [D]foot




[D]Hunted from out our [G]father's [A]home, pur[D]sued by steel and shot

A [G]bloody [A]warfare [D]we must [Bm]wage or the [G]gibbet [A]be our [D]lot

Hurrah! This [G]war is [Em]welcome [D]work, the hunted [G]outlaw  [Em]knows

He [D]steps un[G]to his [Em]country's [D]love o'er the corpses [A]of his [D]foes




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