Such a Parcel of Rogues

The Dubliners

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Lyrics are from a Robert Burns poem, tabbed to the Dubliners version
of the song.

INTRO

7 -8 8 9 -8 8 7 

-7 -6 6 5 -4 4 7

-7 -6 6 5 -4 4 -4 

5 6 -6 6 5



FIRST VERSE

6 -6 -7   6  5 -6 -7 7 -6 6 5  4
Farewell to all our Scottish way

5 -5 5  -4 4  -4 5 6 -6 6 5 
Farewell our ancient glory

6 -6 -7   6 5 -6 -7  7 -6 6 5  4
Farewell even to our Scottish name

5   -5   5 -4 4 -4 5 6 -6 6 5 
So famed in martial story

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Now Sark runs over the Solway ferth

-6    7   -7 7 -8 7 -8 8 -8 -6 
And Tweed runs to the ocean

7  -8 8 9 -8 8 7 -7 -6   6 5 -4 4  7
To mark where England's province stands

-7  -6  6 5    4   -4    5 6 -6 6 5 
Such a parcel of rogues in a nation



SECOND VERSE

 6    -6   -7 6 5 -6  -7   7 -6 6 5 4
What force or guile could not subdue

5 -5 5 -4 4 -4 5 6 -6 6 5 
Through many warlike ages

-6 -7 6 5 -6 -7 7 -6 6 5 4
Is roth now by a coward few

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For hireling traitor's wages

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The English steel we could disdain

-7 7 -7 7 -8 7 -8 8 -8 -6 
Secure in valour's station

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But we're bought and we're sold for English gold

-7 -6 6 5 4 -4 5 6 -6 6 5 
Such a parcel o' rogues in a nation



THIRD VERSE


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O would ere I had seen the day

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That treason thus could sell us

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My auld grey head had lien in clay

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With Bruce and loyal Wallace

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But pith and power till my last hour

-6 7 -7 7 -8 7 -8 8 -8 -6 
I'll mak this declaration

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That we're bought and sold for English gold

-7 -6 6 5 4 -4 5 6 -6 6 5 
Such a parcel o' rogues in a nation

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