Molly Malone
Traditional, The Dubliners a.m.o. - transpose to (G)

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In (D)Dublin's fair (Hm)city, where the (Em)girls are so (A7)pretty
I (D)first set my(Hm7)eyes on sweet (Em7)Molly Ma(A7)lone
She (D)wheeled a wheel(Hm)barrow, through (Em)streets broad and (A7)narrow
Crying (D)cockles and (Hm7)mussels, a(Em7)live, a(A7)live, (D)oh

   A(D)live, alive (Hm)oh, a(Em)live, alive, (A7)oh
   Crying (D)cockles and (Hm7)mussels, a(Em7)live, a(A7)live, (D)oh

She (D)was a fish(Hm)monger, and (Em)sure 't was no (A7)wonder
For (D)so were her (Hm7)father and (Em7)mother be(A7)fore
And they (D)all wheeled their (Hm)barrows, through (Em)streets broad and (A7)narrow
Crying (D)cockles and (Hm7)mussels, a(Em7)live, a(A7)live, (D)oh

   A(D)live, alive (Hm)oh, a(Em)live, alive, (A7)oh
   Crying (D)cockles and (Hm7)mussels, a(Em7)live, a(A7)live, (D)oh

She (D)died of a (Hm)fever, and (Em)no one to (A7)grieve her
And (D)that was the(Hm7) end of sweet (Em7)Molly Ma(A7)lone
Now her (D)ghost wheels her (Hm)barrow, through (Em)streets broad and(A7) narrow
Crying (D)cockles and (Hm7)mussels, a(Em7)live, a(A7)live, (D)oh

   A(D)live, alive (Hm)oh, a(Em)live, alive, (A7)oh
   Crying (D)cockles and (Hm7)mussels, a(Em7)live, a(A7)live, (D)oh


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