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Ray Porter - George Galloway Chords

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Ray Porter - George Galloway

  		

Verse 1:

Gm Cm D7 Gm Son of Dundee the eldest of three he lived for a while in Lochee Gm Cm D7 Gm from Irish decent in a slum tenement with the slang name of tipperary

Verse 2:

Gm Cm D7 Gm Football was his joy, a lochee club boy at St Columbus a player to see Gm Cm D7 Gm he became a man, a Labour chairman, the youngest there has ever been
Chorus Eb F George Galloway, hear him through the airwaves Middle 8 Bm7 Gm7 Bm7 F7 You'd better listen to what he tells you, he's got a bridge he'd like to sell you

Verse 3:

Gm Cm D7 Gm A man well read he stood in Hillhead and became a Labour MP Gm Cm D7 Gm for many years he campaigned and cheered setting the destitute free

Verse 4:

Gm Cm D7 Gm In and out of power he found his great hour defeating slander and lies Gm Cm D7 Gm he now rules the waves, the innocent he saves, he listens to our laughter and cries
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Eb F George Galloway, hear him through the airwaves
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Middle 8 Bm7 Gm7 Bm7 F7 You'd better listen to what he tells you, he's got a bridge he'd like to sell you
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Eb F George Galloway, hear him through the airwaves
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