"Irish Heartbeat" as written by and Van Morrison....
Oh won't you stay, stay a while with your own ones?
C F G
Don't ever stray, stray so far from your own ones
C
This old world is so cold
F G C
It don't care nothing for your soul you share with your own ones

C F G
Don't rush away, rush away from your own ones
C F G
Just one more day, one more day with your own ones
C
This old world is so cold
F G C
It don't care nothing for your soul you share with your own ones

F C
Well there's a stranger and he's standing outside the door
F Am
He might be your best friend, he might be your brother
G
You may never know

C F G
I'm going back, going back to my own ones
C F G
Back to talk, talk a while with my own ones
C
This old world is so cold
F G C
It don't care nothing for your soul you share with your own ones

{C F G} x3 C

F C
Well there's a stranger and she's standing outside the door
F Am
She might be your best friend, she might be your sister
G
You may never know

C F G
I'm going back, going back to my own ones
C F G
Back to talk, talk a while with my own ones
C
This old world is so cold
F G C
It don't care nothing for your soul you share with your own ones



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"Irish Heartbeat" as written by Van Morrison

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