Nancy Mulligan

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Very nice Irish song from Ed Sheeran third album ÷! Here’s the guitar chords of Nancy Mulligan.

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Intro:

EM  
 
C  
 
D  
 
EM  
EM  
 
C  
 
G  
 
C  
 
D  
 
EM  
Verse 1:

 
I was twenty four years 
C  
old
 
When I 
D  
met the woman I would  
EM  
call my own
 
Twenty two grand kids now 
C  
growing 
 
 
G  
old,
 
In the 
C  
house that your  
D  
brother 
 
 
EM  
brought 
 
ya
  
EM  
 
C  
 
G  
 
C  
 
D  
 
EM  
 
On the summer day when I prop
C  
osed,
 
I m
D  
ade that wedding ring from d
EM  
entist 
 
gold
 
And I asked her father but her d
C  
addy said  
G  
no
C  
You can’t  
D  
marry my d
EM  
aughter
Chorus:

G  
She and I went  
C  
on the  
G  
run
D  
Don’t care about rel
C  
igi
G  
on
 
I’m gonna marry the 
C  
woman I l
G  
ove
C  
Down by the  
D  
Wexford 
 
 
EM  
border
G  
She was Nancy M
C  
ullig
G  
an,
 
And 
D  
I was William Sh
C  
eer
G  
an
 
She took my name and then 
C  
we were  
G  
one
C  
Down by the  
D  
Wexford 
 
 
EM  
border
Instrumental:

EM  
 
C  
 
D  
 
EM  
EM  
 
C  
 
G  
 
C  
 
D  
 
EM  
Verse 2:

 
Well I met at her Guys in the second world 
C  
war
D  
She was working on a  
EM  
soldier’s 
 
ward
 
Never had I seen such b
C  
eauty 
 
bef
G  
ore
 
The 
C  
moment 
 
 
D  
that I  
EM  
saw 
 
her
 
Nancy was my yellow 
C  
rose
 
And 
D  
we got married wearing  
EM  
borrowed 
 
clothes
 
We got eight children now 
C  
growing 
 
 
G  
old
C  
Five sons  
D  
and three d
EM  
aughters
Chorus:

G  
She and I went  
C  
on the  
G  
run
D  
Don’t care about rel
C  
igi
G  
on
 
I’m gonna marry the 
C  
woman I l
G  
ove
C  
Down by the  
D  
Wexford 
 
 
EM  
border
G  
She was Nancy M
C  
ullig
G  
an, and  
D  
I was William Sh
C  
eer
G  
an
 
She took my name and then 
C  
we were  
G  
one
C  
Down by the  
D  
Wexford 
 
 
EM  
border
Instrumental: (x2)

G  
 
C  
 
D  
 
G  
 
C  
 
D  
 
G  
Verse 3:

 
From her 
EM  
snow white streak in her jet black  
C  
hair
 
Over s
D  
ixty years I’ve been  
EM  
loving 
 
her
 
Now we’re sat by the fire, in our 
C  
old 
 
armch
G  
airs
 
You know 
C  
Nancy 
 
 
D  
 
ad
EM  
ore 
 
ya
  
 
From a farm boy born near Belfast 
C  
town
D  
 
I never worried about the 
EM  
king and crown
 
Cause I found my heart upon the 
C  
southern 
 
 
G  
ground
 
There’s no 
C  
difference, 
 
 
D  
 
ass
EM  
ure 
 
ya
Chorus:

G  
She and I went  
C  
on the  
G  
run
D  
Don’t care about rel
C  
igi
G  
on
 
I’m gonna marry the 
C  
woman I l
G  
ove
C  
Down by the  
D  
Wexford 
 
 
EM  
border
G  
She was Nancy M
C  
ullig
G  
an,
 
And 
D  
I was William Sh
C  
eer
G  
an
 
She took my name and then 
C  
we were  
G  
one
C  
Down by the  
D  
Wexford 
 
 
EM  
border
Instrumental: (x2)

G  
 
C  
 
D  
 
G  
 
C  
 
D  
 
G  
Em
C
D
G

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