Broadsword Jethro Tull
[G]I s[D]ee a d[A]ar[(sus2)]k sail o[G]n t[D]he hor[A]iz[(sus2)]on
se[G]t unde[D]r a black[F] cloud[C] that hides [A]th[(sus2)]e sun.
Brin[G]g m[D]e my b[A]ro[(sus2)]adsword and[G] cl[D]ear un[A]de[(sus2)]rstanding.
B[G]ring m[D]e my cros[F]s of gold a[C]s a talism[D]an.
Get up to the roun[E]dhouse[C] on the cliff-top st[G]anding.
Take women and ch[D]ildren [Bb] and bed them do[F]wn.
(REST THE SAME)
Bring me my broadsword and clear understanding.
Bring me my cross of gold as a talisman.
Bless with a hard heart those who surround me.
Bless the women and children who firm our hands.
Put our backs to the north wind. Hold fast by the river.
Sweet memories to drive us on for the motherland.
Words and music by IAN ANDERSON
TRANSCRIPTION BY PACO JIMENEZ (SPAIN)
ALL CORRECTIONS ARE WELCOME