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The book has chords in A. Here its in D to match the sheet music.

    Cliffs of Dooneen

    by trad
    Oh you may [D] travel far, [G] far
    from your [C] own native [D] home
    far [G] away o’er the mountains
    far [D] away o’er the [G] foam
    but of [G] all the fine places
    that [D] I’ve ever [Em] seen
    Ah, there’s [G] none to compare with
    the [C] Cliffs of [D] Dooneen

    Take a view o’er the mountains
    fine sights youll see there
    you’ll see the high rocky mountains
    and the west coast of Clare
    oh, the towns of Kilkee
    and KilRush can be seen
    from the high rocky slopes
    of the cliffs of Dooneen

    Its a nice place to be
    on a fine summers day
    watching all the wild flowers
    that never decay
    oh the hare and lofty pheasant
    are quite plain to be seen
    making homes for their young
    round the cliffs of Dooneen

    Fare thee well to Dooneen
    fare thee well for a while
    and to all the fine people
    I’m leaving behind
    to the streams and the meadows
    where of late I have been
    and the high rocky slopes of the cliffs of Dooneen