When You And I Were Young Maggie

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Chords and lyrics for When You And I Were Young Maggie by Misc Traditional

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A7 
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(I
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wandered…)
 
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Dsus4 
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Dsus2 
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/ (I wandered…)
 
I  
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wandered 
 
tod
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ay to the h
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ill, 
 
Maggie
 
To  
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watch the scene bel
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ow
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The  
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creek and the  
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creaking 
 
old
G 
mill, 
 
Maggie
 
Where we s
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at in the long, long ag
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o.
D7 
 
The  
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green grove is gone from the  
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hill, 
 
Maggie
 
Where f
A 
irst the d
E7 
aisies
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sprung
A7 
 
The  
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creaking old  
D7 
mill 
 
is
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still, 
 
Maggie
 
Since y
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ou and I were y
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oung. 
 
 
Dsus4 
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And n
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ow we are  
D7 
aged 
 
and
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grey, 
 
Maggie,
 
And the  
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trials of life nearly  
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done,
A7 
 
Let us  
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sing of the  
D7 
days that are
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gone 
 
Maggie
 
When  
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you and I were yo
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ung.  
Dsus4 
// 
 
 
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A  
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city so  
D7 
silent 
 
and
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lone, 
 
Maggie
 
Where the  
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young and the gay and the  
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best*
A7 
 
In  
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polished white  
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mansions 
 
of
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stone, 
 
Maggie
 
Have  
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each found a place of  
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rest,
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*
 
Is  
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built where the birds used to  
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play, 
 
Maggie
 
And j
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oin in the  
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songs that were
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sung
A7 
 
For we  
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sang just as  
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gay as  
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they, 
 
Maggie
 
When yo
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u and I were y
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oung. 
 
 
Dsus4 
// 
 
 
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///
 
And  
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now we are  
D7 
aged 
 
and
G 
grey, 
 
Maggie,
 
And the  
D 
trials of life nearly  
A 
done,
A7 
 
Let us  
D 
sing of the  
D7 
days that are
G 
gone 
 
Maggie
 
When  
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you and I were y
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oung. 
 
 
Dsus4 
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They  
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say I am  
D7 
feeble 
 
with
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age, 
 
Maggie,
 
My s
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teps are less sprightly than th
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en,
A7 
 
My f
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ace is a  
D7 
well-written 
 
 
G 
page, 
 
Maggie,*
 
But  
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time alone was the p
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en.
D7 
 
They  
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say we are aged and  
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grey, 
 
Maggie,*
 
As s
A 
prays by the w
E7 
hite breakers  
A 
flung
A7 
,*
 
But to  
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me you’re as  
D7 
fair as you  
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were, 
 
Maggie,
 
When  
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you and I were y
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oung.  
Dsus4 
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///
 
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And now we
D7 
are 
 
age
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d and grey, Maggie,
 
And the  
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trials of life nearly d
A 
one,
A7 
 
Let us  
D 
sing of the days that are  
G 
gone 
 
Maggie
 
When yo
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u and I were y
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oung. 
 
 
Dsus4 
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Dsus2 
 
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