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Galway Bay  Celtic Woman

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[D]If you ever go across the sea to Ire[A]land,
[A]then maybe at the closing of your d[D]ay,
[D]you can sit and watch the moon rise over C[E]laddagh,
and s[A]ee the sun go down on Galway Ba[D]y.
[D]Just to hear again the ripple of the tr[A]out stream,
Th[A]e women in the meadow making ha[D]y,
[D]just to sit beside the turf fire in a ca[E]bin,
[A]and watch the barefoot gosoons as t[D]hey play
Fo[D]r the breezes blowing o'er the sea's from
Ar[A]e perfumed by the heather as they bl[D]ow,
An[D]d the women in the uplands digging pra[E]ties
Speak a l[A]anguage that the strangers do not
Ye[D]t the strangers came and tried to teach u
s the[A]ir ways,
And t[A]hey scorned us just for being what we
B[D]ut they might as well go chasin after moon
or[A] light a penny candle from a st[D]ar.
A[D]nd if there's gonna be a life here af[A]ter,
And so[A]mehow I'm sure there's gonna [D]be,
I wi[D]ll ask my God to let me make my He[E]aven,
[E]In that dear land across the Iris[D]h sea.
I wi[D]ll ask my God to let me make my He[E]aven,
[E]In my dear land across the Iris[D]h sea.

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