Yeats Grave Cranberries
[Fm7]What[Gm7] should I blame her, that she filled my days with misery
[Cm]or that she would have late have taught to ignorant men most violent
[Fm7]ways[Gm7] or hurled the little streets upon the great
[Cm]Had they but courage equal to desire
at the end of the speaking part go all the back to "Silenced by death..."
and repeat until the very last "in the grave" then it goes to the "la da da
da" part and chords are like this:
Cm Gm/B flat Gm
La da da da la da da da la da da da da da da repeat, then:
B flat6 Gm Cm B flat6
William Butler William Butler William Butler
[Fm]spo[Gm]ken[Cm]: W[Gm]hy should I blame her, had they the courage equal to desire.
[Fm9]Will[Gm]iam[Cm] Butler, William Butler, William Butler.
The spoken part of this song is "No Second Troy" written by William Butler