Old Woman from Belfast [C]
There [C] was an old [G] woman in [C] Belfast did dwell
A [C]dirty old [Am] woman, I [G] knew her quite well
Some [C] pills she did take in the [F] middle of the [C] night,
When [C] all of a [G] sudden she wanted to [C] [CLAP]
Tra la [F] la, tra la [C] Lee
For it's [C] six miles from [G] Bangor to [C] Donaghadee.
In the [C] middle of the [G] night she was [C] feeling so low,
She put [C] her hand [Am] under the [G] bed for the po,
The [C] po wasn't there so she [F] turned out the [C] gas,
Up [C] went the [G] window and [C] out went her ass.
There [C] was a young [G] constable [C] walking his beat,
He [C]heard the [Am] commotion and he [G] ran down the street,
He was [C] feeling so bashful and [F] feeling so [C] shy,
When a [C] big lump of [G] [CLAP] hit him [C] right in the eye.
He [C] looked up to [G] see from [C]where he'd been hit,
He [C] said oh my [Am] god I've been [G] blinded by IT!
At [C] Mountpottinger corner you can now [F] see him [C] sit,
With a [C] card on his [G] chest "I was [C] blinded by [CLAP]"
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