Misc Traditional

English Country Garden

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English Country Garden

	  		verse 1 
G        C      D       G                  Am      D  G 
How many gentle flowers grow in an English country garden 
G             C      D              G                         Am          D  G 
I'll tell you now of some of them I know and those I miss I'm sure you'll pardon 
G                D               G                D 
Daffodils hearts-ease and flocks meadow sweet and lilies stocks 
G         A       D            
Gentle lupins and tall hollyhocks 
D     G          C         D         G                   Am      D  G 
Roses fox-gloves snowdrops forget-me-knots in an English country garden 

verse 2 
G        C       D          G                  Am      D  G 
How many insects find their home in an English country garden 
G             C      D              G                          Am          D  G 
I'll tell you now of some of them I know, and those I miss I'm sure you'll pardon 
G           D              G               D           
Dragonflies moths and bees spiders falling from the trees 
G           A           D   
Butterflies sway in the mild gentle breeze 
D         G              C        D             G                    Am      D  G 
There are hedgehogs that roam and little garden gnomes in an English country garden 

verse 3 
G        C          D          G                  Am      D  G 
How many song-birds make their nest in an English country garden 
G             C      D              G                         Am          D  G 
I'll tell you now of some of them I know and those I miss I'm sure you'll pardon 
G            D            G               D 
Babbling coo-cooing doves cuckoos and the warbling thrush 
G          A          D 
Blue birds lark finch and the nightingale 
D      G            C               D                  G                  Am      D  G 
We all smile in the spring when the birds all start to sing in an English country garden 

Outro 
G                      C 
Robin don't forget the robin  
C     D                G                      
Robin don't forget the robin 



G        C            D                     G                  Am      D  G 
Wet underfoot and the leaves are thick with soot in an English country garden 
G          C        D                 G                  Am      D  G 
Newspapers torn and strewn across the lawn in an English country garden 
G              D            G               D 
Litter garbage in the yards little doggies' calling cards 
G           A       D 
One scraggy rosebud peering through the weeds 
D           G          C                D                 G                   Am      D  G 
For they've all downed tools while they do their football pools in an English country garden 
G                      C 
Market join the Common Market 
C      D               G            
Market join the Common Market 
		  

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