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The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen

The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen

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The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen

D F#m G D Em A7 D When I was a lad, a tiny wee lad, my mother said to me, D D7 F#m G D Em A7 D "Come see the Northern Lights my boy, they're bright as they can be." G D D7 G F#m She called them the heavenly dancers, merry dancers in the sky, D F#m G D Em A7 D I'll never forget that wonderful sight, they made the heavens bright.

D Bm Em A7 D D7 G A7 D cho: The Northern Lights of old Aberdeen seem home sweet home to me G Em A7 D Bm E7 I want A7 to see

The Northern Lights of Aberdeen are what

D Bm Em A7 D G D I've been a wand'rer all of my life and many a sight I've seen. G Ddim D Bm E7 A7 D God speed the day when I'm on my way to my home in Aberdeen.

D F#m G D Em A7 D I've wandered in many far-off lands, and travelled many a mile, D F#m G D Em A7 D I've missed the folk I've cherished most, the joy of a friendly smile. G D D7 G F#m It warms up the heart of the wand'rer the clasp of a welcoming hand. D F#m G D Em A7 D To greet me when I return again, home to my native land. Chorus

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