ukulele
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Intro:  
[Em] ///,  
[Em] /  
[Bm] / ,  
[D] //  
[Em] ,  
[Em] /  
[G] 
[D]  
[Em] x 2 

There were  
[Em]three old gypsies came to our house door. 

They came brave and  
[Bm] boldy-o 

And the  
[D] one sang high and the other sang  
[Em] low. 

And the other sang a raggle taggle  
[G] gyp 
[D]sy- 
[Em]

It was up 
[Em]stairs, downstairs the lady went. 

Put on her suit of  
[Bm] leather-o 

And there  
[D] was a cry from around the  
[Em] door. 

She's away with the raggle taggle  
[G] gyp 
[D]sy- 
[Em]

[Em] ///,  
[Em] /  
[Bm] / ,  
[D] //  
[Em]
[Em] /  
[G] 
[D]  
[Em] 

It was  
[Em] late that night when the lord came in. 

Inquiring for his  
[Bm] lady- 
[Em]

And the  
[D] servant girl she says to the  
[Em] lord. 

"She's away with the raggle taggle  
[G] gyp 
[D]sy- 
[Em]o" 

"Well,  
[Em] saddle for me my milk-white steed. 

My big horse is not  
[Bm] speedy-o 

And  
[D] I will ride till I seek my  
[Em] bride. 

She's away with the raggle taggle  
[G] gyp 
[D]sy- 
[Em]o" 

[Em] ///,  
[Em] /  
[Bm] / ,  
[D] //  
[Em]
[Em] /  
[G] 
[D]  
[Em] 

Well,  
[Em] he rode east, and he rode west, 

He rode north and  
[Bm] south also  

Until he  
[D] came to a wide-open  
[Em] field. 

It was there that he spied his  
[G] la 
[D]dy- 
[Em]

"Tell me,  
[Em] how could you leave your goosefeather bed, 

your blankets strewn so  
[Bm] comely-o 

How  
[D] could you leave your newly-wedded  
[Em] lord, 

All for a raggle taggle  
[G] gyp 
[D]sy- 
[Em]o?" 

"Well,  
[Em] what care I for my goose-feather bed, 

For my blankets strewn so  
[Bm] comely-o? 

To 
[D]night I lie in a wide-open  
[Em] field. 

In the arms of a raggle taggle  
[G] gyp 
[D]sy- 
[Em]o" 

[Em] ///,  
[Em] /  
[Bm] / ,  
[D] //  
[Em]
[Em] /  
[G] 
[D]  
[Em] 

"Tell me,  
[Em] how could you leave your house and your land, 

How could you leave your  
[Bm] money-o 

How  
[D] could you leave your only wedded  
[Em] lord, 

All for a raggle taggle  
[G] gyp 
[D]sy- 
[Em]o?" 

"Well,  
[Em] what care I for my house and my land, 

And what care I for my  
[Bm] money-o? 

I'd  
[D] rather have a kiss from the  
[Em] yellow gypsy's lips, 

I'm away with the raggle taggle  
[G] gyp 
[D]sy- 
[Em]o!" 

[Em] ///,  
[Em] /  
[Bm] / ,  
[D] //  
[Em]
[Em] /  
[G] 
[D]  
[Em] x 2