The Ballad of Sally Ann
Written by Alice Randall, Harry Stinson & Mark O'Connor
Chord-chart by Lynn Lewis

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intro:

|G / C / |C / G / | G / Am /|D / G / |G / Am / |D / G / |

1.

G / C / | With love in his heart and flowers in hand, C / G / | Johnny proposed to Sally Ann, G / Am / | Sally shivered as she said, D / G / | "I'll love you 'til the day I'm dead".

solo:

G / Am / |D / G / |

2.

Johnny got married in his one good suit, But the ride from church it bore strange fruit, Down by road you could hear her cry, As he hung from a tree, she watched him die.

chorus:

G / Am / | Who's gonna dance with Sally Ann, D / G / | Who's gonna touch her tremblin' hand G / Am / | When the fiddler takes the stand, D / G / | Who's gonna dance with Sally Ann.

solo:

G / C / |C / G / | G / Am /| D / G / |G / Am / |D / G / |

3.

Sally attends every wedding 'round here, Lookin' for her Johnny dear, You can feel them in the room, If the fiddler plays that tune.

chorus:

bridge:

G / / / |/ - - - | . . . . Sail away ladies, Sail away. x2

solo:

| A / D / |/ / A / | / / D / |/ / A / | / / Bm / |E / A / | A / D / |D / A / | / / Bm / |E / A / | / / Bm / |E / A / |

4.

Darkened shadows cross the floor, As ghostly lovers dance once more When weddin' bells ring in that town, A ghostly virgin strolls the ground.

chorus:

solo:

A / D / |/ / A / |/ / D / |/ / A / |

chorus:


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