Coronach - capo 3 - (from the album "20 years of Jethro Tull") 
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produced by David Palmer from the TV-series "The Blood Of The British" 1986 
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intro and refrain

          Am                   G                    F       D         Am
e|--------0--|-----0--|--------3--|-----3--|--------1-|-----2--|------0--|
B|----1---1--|---1-1--|----1---3--|---0-3--|----1---1-|-----3--|------1--|
G|--------2--|--2--2--|--------0--|--0--0--|--------2-|---2-2--|------2--|
D|-222----2--|-2---2--|-222----0--|-0---0--|-222----3-|--3--0--|---0--2--|
A|--------0--|-----0--|--------2--|-----2--|--------3-|-3---0--|-3----0--|
E|--------0--|-----0--|--------3--|-----3--|--------1-|--------|------0--|

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Am               G       Asus2   Am                C         G 
Grey the mist - cold the dawn. Cruel the sea and stern the shore. 

Am                 C        F           G   C      >>> Bridge
Brave the man who sets his course - for Albion.             C     Am    G 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~        e|-1--0-----0-----3-|
                                                      B|----1--1--1--3--3-|
Am                           Asus2                    G|----0-----2-----0-|
Sweet the rose - sharp the thorn.                     D|----2-----2-----0-|
                                                      A|----3-----0-----2-|
Am                  C        G                        E|----------0-----3-|
Meek the soil and proud the corn.

Am                     G        F       G         F         C       Asus4
Blessed the lamb that would be born within this green and pleasant land.
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             Am                     G                      F       D       Am 
e|-----------0-|------0-|-----------3-|------3-|-----------1-------2-|-----0-|
B|---------1-1-|---1--1-|---------1-3-|---0--3-|---------1-1-------3-|-----1-|
G|-----------2-|--2---2-|-----------0-|--0---0-|-----------2----2--2-|-----2-|
D|-2-2-2-----2-|-2----2-|-2-2-2-----0-|-0----0-|-2-2-2-----3---3---0-|--0--2-|
A|-----------0-|------0-|-----------2-|------2-|-----------3--3----0-|-3---0-|
E|-----------0-|------0-|-----------3-|------3-|-----------1---------|-----0-|
  Hi-O-Ran-I-O           Hi-O-Ran-I-O,          Hi-O-Ran-I-O,      Oh Oh Oh
                HiORanIO               HiORanIO              HiORanIO Oh Oh
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C      F       G        C         F            G 
Brown furrow shine - beneath the rain washed blue. 

Em       Am       Dm        Bb     F         G
Bright crystal streams from eagle mountains born.

Em  Am        D                  F     G
Fortune has smiled on those who wake anew,

    Am                C      F         C       F       G 
Within this fortress nature built to stay the hand of war. >>> Bridge
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Am              G      Asus2   Am                 C         G 
With the wind from the east - came the first of those who tread.

  Am                     G       F           G           F     C   Asus4 
Upon this stone, this throne of kings, this realm, this new Jerusalem.
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This is my simple version of the song. Have fun. 
Widolf Dörr (Germany) - widolf@email.de
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Notes from the world wide web: 
1. Coronach (Scottish Dirge Of The Women And Girls)
(D: schottisches Klagelied der Frauen und Mädchen, Grabgesang) 
From ‘The Lady Of The Lake’ - Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) - published 1826

2. Hi-O-Ran-I-O Gaelic battle call (D: gälischer Schlachtruf)