A Walk In The Irish Rain (Lidové písně)

|C |Dm |C |G |C |Dm |C |F |C G |C | C F C Dm G When the sun goes down o'er Dublin town, the colors last for hours, oh C F C G C The lights come on, the night's a song and the streets all turn to gold. C F C Dm G A gentle mist all heaven kissed, like teardrops off an angel's wing C F C G C Don't you know you'll cleanse your soul with a walk in the Irish rain. C Dm C G Oh, Katherine, take my hand, I've got three pounds and change C Dm C F And I'll sing you songs of love again and when I get too drunk to sing C G C We'll walk in the Irish rain. |C |Dm |C |G |C |Dm |C |F |C G |C | Forever more I've stepped ashore, my sailing days are over, oh Through time and tide and by your side together we'll grow old. I threw my sea bag in the bin and brought these pretty flowers home Kiss me Kate, we'll celebrate before the bloom is gone. C Dm C G Oh, Katherine, take my hand, I've got three pounds and change C Dm C F And I'll sing you songs of love again and when I get too drunk to sing C G C We'll walk in the Irish rain. |D |Em |D |A |D |Em |D |G |D A |D | - (twice) A tinker and a tailor and a drunken old sailor They all get together and they start to play Time stands still while they sing their fill They'll shout 'til the break of day. D Em D A Oh, Katherine, take my hand, I've got three pounds and change D Em D G And I'll sing you songs of love again and when I get too drunk to sing D A D We'll walk in the Irish rain. |D |Em |D |A |D |Em |D |G |D A |D | D G D A sweet little lady with a glass of stout D Em A Sippin' it down 'til the foam runs out D G D D Em Em She'll help her old man home again with a walk in the Irish rain. Oh, Katherine, take my hand, I've got three pounds and change And I'll sing you songs of love again and when I get too drunk to sing We'll walk in the Irish rain.