Clancys Tavern Chords

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    C          G       Am          F      C          G            F
Any minute the 5 o'clock crowd will be coming, taps'll be flowing with beer
    C       G       Am      F            C    G          C
The cigarette smoke is soon to be risin' and at 5:30 Clancy gets here
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She knows all their faces, she's practically raised them and that's why they're loyal and true
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They'll pay their tabs and that pays the light bill and she keeps their glass full of brew

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And the welders and the drivers and the old nine to fivers
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And the regular Joe's of the world
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Are singing here's to you Clancy and your neighborhood tavern
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Pour me another my girl
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Published : 2017-06-17 07:52:54

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