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Traditional chords for In good old colony times

In Good Old Colony Times chords by Traditional

Traditional chords for In good old colony times

Guitar chords with lyrics

Tuning: Standard (E A D G B E)


Verse 1:
   A chord diagramG+G         A chord diagramD7D7     A chord diagramG+G
In good old colony times
     A chord diagramG+G         A chord diagramD7D7       A chord diagramG+G
When we lived under the king
       A chord diagramG+G       A chord diagramD7D7         A chord diagramC majorC      A chord diagramD MajorD
Three roguish chaps fell into mishaps
   A chord diagramC majorC          A chord diagramD MajorD         A chord diagramG+G
Because they could not sing

Chorus:
   A chord diagramG+G          A chord diagramD7D7        A chord diagramG+G
Because they could not sing
   A chord diagramG+G          A chord diagramD7D7        A chord diagramG+G
Because they could not sing
       A chord diagramG+G       A chord diagramD7D7         A chord diagramC majorC      A chord diagramD MajorD
Three roguish chaps fell into mishaps
   A chord diagramC majorC          A chord diagramD MajorD         A chord diagramG+G
Beceause they could not sing


Verse 2:
        A chord diagramG+G        A chord diagramD7D7     A chord diagramG+G
Oh the first, he was a miller
        A chord diagramG+G      A chord diagramD7D7       A chord diagramG+G
And the second he was a weaver
       A chord diagramG+G         A chord diagramD7D7    A chord diagramC majorC      A chord diagramD MajorD
And the third he was a little tailor
      A chord diagramC majorC       A chord diagramD MajorD       A chord diagramG+G
Three roguish chaps together


Chorus:
       A chord diagramG+G       A chord diagramD7D7     A chord diagramG+G
Three roguish chaps together
       A chord diagramG+G       A chord diagramD7D7     A chord diagramG+G
Three roguish chaps together
         A chord diagramG+G       A chord diagramD7D7     A chord diagramC majorC      A chord diagramD MajorD
And the third he was a little tailor
       A chord diagramC majorC      A chord diagramD MajorD       A chord diagramG+G
Three roguish chaps together


Verse 3:
       A chord diagramG+G       A chord diagramD7D7       A chord diagramG+G
Oh the miller, he stole corn
        A chord diagramG+G       A chord diagramD7D7       A chord diagramG+G
And the weaver, he stole yarn
        A chord diagramG+G       A chord diagramD7D7        A chord diagramC majorC      A chord diagramD MajorD
And the little tailor ran right away
         A chord diagramC majorC          A chord diagramD MajorD         A chord diagramG+G
With the broadcloth under his arm


Chorus:
         A chord diagramG+G          A chord diagramD7D7        A chord diagramG+G
With the broadcloth under his arm
         A chord diagramG+G          A chord diagramD7D7        A chord diagramG+G
With the broadcloth under his arm
        A chord diagramG+G      A chord diagramD7D7         A chord diagramC majorC      A chord diagramD MajorD
And the little tailor ran right away
         A chord diagramC majorC          A chord diagramD MajorD         A chord diagramG+G
With the broadcloth under his arm


Verse 4:
    A chord diagramG+G           A chord diagramD7D7            A chord diagramG+G
The miller was drowned in his dam
        A chord diagramG+G          A chord diagramD7D7          A chord diagramG+G
And the weaver got hung by his yarn
        A chord diagramG+G                 A chord diagramD7D7           A chord diagramC majorC      A chord diagramD MajorD
And the devil clapped his claws on the little tailor
         A chord diagramC majorC          A chord diagramD MajorD         A chord diagramG+G
With the broadcloth under his arm


Chorus:
          A chord diagramG+G         A chord diagramD7D7        A chord diagramG+G
With the broadcloth under his arm
          A chord diagramG+G         A chord diagramD7D7        A chord diagramG+G
With the broadcloth under his arm
         A chord diagramG+G                A chord diagramD7D7           A chord diagramC majorC      A chord diagramD MajorD
And the devil clapped his claes on the little tailor
         A chord diagramC majorC          A chord diagramD MajorD         A chord diagramG+G
With the broadcloth under his arm

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