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Galway Girl  Steve Earle

[D]  [D]                                   
Verse 1:

[D]Well, I took a stroll on the old long walk

On a [D]day -I-[A]ay-I-[G]ay
[D]I met a little girl and we stopped to talk
On a [D]fine soft [G]day -I-[D]ay
And I [G]ask you, fr[D]iend, what's a f[G]ella to d[D]o
'Cause her h[Bm]air was black and her [G]eyes were [D]blue
And I kn[G]ew right t[D]hen I'd be t[G]akin' a wh[D]irl
'Round the S[Bm]althill Prom with a G[G]alway g[D]irl

[D]        [A]    [G]  [D]                       

Verse 2:

[D]We were halfway there when the rain came down

On a day -I-ay-I-[G]ay
And she [D]asked me up to her flat downtown
Of a [D]fine soft d[G]ay -I-ay-I-[D]ay
And I [G]ask you, [D]friend, what's a [G]fella to [D]do
'Cause her h[Bm]air was black and her [G]eyes were [D]blue
So I t[G]ook her h[D]and and I g[G]ave her a t[D]wirl
And I l[Bm]ost my heart to a [G]Galway [D]girl

Verse 3:

[D]When I woke up I was all alone             [G]

With a br[D]oken heart and a ticket home   [G]   [D]
And I [G]ask you n[D]ow, tell me w[G]hat would you [D]do
If her h[Bm]air was bla[A]ck and her [G]eyes were b[D]lue
            [G]         [D]               [G] [D] 
'Cause I've traveled around. I've been all over this world

Boys I ain't n[Bm]ever seen nothin' like a [G]Galway [D]girl




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