nice one cheers
just listening to the great man on radio scotland.Was a genuis.
Is there any off his songs on here
if manufactures know this why are the trings so long in the first place
chords and lyrics please
Thanks for that roger.I,ll re-read it more carefully and ponder what it says
never a dry eye in the house when it got sung
singing my wee heart oot here and great memories o the sixties at the new year parties.
Anyway the question is on the 2nd verse"and kneel and say an "ave" there for me
can anyone explain that wee statement?
Also this was a song about a soldier going to fight in the first world war for the British Army
no a rebel going to fight the forces of the crown is that correct?
maybe vegabondrambler turned up at that pub wi nae beer so was itching to sing anoeter song or something to get over the d,ts or something like that
or maybe hes the geezer in the 7 drunken nights and he7s tactically changing the subject,
like a wide swerve like a nakamura slainte
cheers ken i managed to get them thanks
7 drunken nights with the added lyric by the dubliners is a belly laugh as well slainte
great story to the above song
The chords are G AM D
and even the dug on the verandah is not amused that the pubs dry
well just tried that malarkey looking up "pub with no beer" all i got here was pup and a whole list of p,,,,,,,,,,,s
crikey there is nae pub on this site lol
right... up yer kilt and no nay never to you and aw
can you kindly give the chords and the lyrics to this worls famous song
who is it by bye the way
i,m too lazy to look them up.
it takes me all my time tae pick the guitar up never mind tuning it and putting a capo on
come to think off it i,m way too busy not lazy
pub with no beer i,ll hae a look if imust
is coming and all an excuse to gety rip roaringly drunk(even if its only on apple juice)
How about between then and now someone posting Irish songs we can sing ,so we can have our own wee st pats day
i,ll hae a look do you have the chords and the lyrics for 7 men of knoydart
he plays the capo on the 3rd fret for the cod liver oil sing a long
The chords for sure are EM.EM6,C G B7 from a man who played with the big man
play this at new year a BELTER O A SONG
OOH HO GLORY HALLELUYAH
COD LIVER OIL AND THE ORANGE JUICE
Can anyone work oot the CHORDS of this classic song
A great party song
chords and lyrics please
Fantastic footage of the man himself singing this on you tube
Hey old doll
just read the lyrics and i,m rolling aboot laughing
no very non political in todays straightjacker fear o saying anything type o world
but yes we need mair o this
you know the chords or tabs
oh glory halleluya
cod liver oil and the ortange juice
haha i,ll be singimg that all day noo
hey old doll your amazing
i,ll hae alook at the link
thanks for the parcel o rogues link
,,just need to chase the full lyrics doon
aye singing my wee heart oot here cheers
Topic: Hamish Imlach cod liver oil and orange juice (9 replies, posted in Song requests)
jist listening to this on you tube
Brilliant aye the scots are magic
"Your one in a million
so are your chances"
"pure glasgow gallus picking his nails with his bayonet and he knocks it off"
Hairy Mary looking for her hard man"
anyway can anyone work out the chords and has anyone the words
How about price wise its $500 here
Thanks for the info Stonebridge.I feel i,m going to pirchase that Martin000-C GTE i,ve been going on about.So that is a small size acoustic/electric so i should purchase the small curved capo right ?
What make of capo would you suggest
sorry me again after not playing for 20 yearsmaking up for lost time.
Same question as the SWR saw one in Japan around $500 has anyone ever owned one
Hi has anyone everowned one.Can you give me your input.One going here in Japn forclose to $500 .Looks in perfect untouched condition
whats the difference in the size of a capo
There are kysler capo in the local 2nd hand shop both say they are for 6 string guitar but one is considerly bigger than the other
Now my mate says there capos for 12 and 6 string but the packet on both says 6 string so what the difference