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We didn’t like the first verse so much, so Bosh and Comyn re-wrote it.

    Pagan Ways

    by Damh the Bard
    [G] Take a look at this blade so keen
    [D] nothing is as what it seems
    [Am] like ancient writings, [C] what does it all [G] mean?
    elder brother, you’re never wrong
    and I may not be as strong
    but I’ll take that road through fields of green

    ( Chorus
    Do you [D] dream of drinking from the grail?
    that the [Am] truth is held within a tale
    and [F] Arthur sleeps now
    [C] ready to re- [G] turn?
    Do you know that Jack lives in the Green
    that things are never as they seem
    and life is more than the money that you earn? )

    Dianna rides her horse
    but its just a tale of course
    just an old story, of days gone by
    but sit with me, on this hill
    see how things become so still
    and who is that lady
    riding high?


    Springs come have you seen
    those morris dancers on the green
    its just a bit of fun
    to pass the days
    but there is magic in their dance
    the seasons blessed them not by chance
    and i raise my glass to pagan ways