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The Seven Deadly Sins   Flogging Molly

[D]Sail away where no b[G]all and chain
Can [D]keep us from the roarin' [A]waves
[D]Together u[G]ndivided but f[A]orever we'll be fr[D]ee
[D]So sail away abo[G]ard our rig
The [D]moon is full and so are [A]we
[D]We're seven drunken p[G]irates
We're the [A]seven deadly si[D]ns

[Am]    [D]   [Am]    [E/Em]      [Am]                    
[D]So the years rolled by and several died
And left us somewhat reel[A]in'
[D]Johnny strummed his Tommy gun
Left blastin' through the c[A]eiling
[D]So what became of rebels

Who sang for you and me?
Grapplin' with their [G]demons
In the s[A]earch for liber[D]ty

[D]Sufferers who suffer all
Can swim upon the de[A]sert
[D]Where avarice has ravaged all
In spite of good int[A]entions
[D]Don't fill your mouth with gluttony

For pride will surely swell
But nothing's unfor[G]given in the fo[A]ur corners of h[D]ell


[D]Envy and its evil twin
Its crept in bed with sl[A]ander
[D]Idiots they gave advice
But sloth it gave no an[A]swer
[D]Anger kills the human soul

With bitter tales of lust
While Pavlov's Dogs keep c[G]hewin'
On the [A]legs they never tru[D]st


[Am]     [D]    [Am]    [E/Em]      [Am]                  
But it's the [F]only life we'll k[C]now
[Em]Blagards to the bo[C]ne

So don't wreck yourself
Take an h[G]onest grip
For there's more t[F]ales beyond the sho[C]re       [D]

Ah the years rolled by and several died

And left us somewhat reelin'

In and out came crawlin' out

And spewed upon the ceiling

So what became of rebels

That sang for you and me
[D]Grapplin' with their de[G]mons
In the se[A]arch for liber[D]ty


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