The Song Of Wandering Aengus chords by Donovan

The track was written by Donovan & William Butler Yeats.

The Song Of Wandering Aengus

Track Info

Chords Info

  • Tuning: Standard(E A D G B E)
  • Key: Am
  • Chords: Am, G, C, Dm
  • BPM: 143
  • Suggested Strumming:
  • D= Down Stroke, U = Upstroke, N.C= No Chord
Guitar ChordsUkulele Chords
 Am – x02210
G – 320003
C – x32010
Dm – xx0231
 Am – 2000
G – 0232
C – 0003
Dm – 2210
Am [Verse]
Am G I went out to the hazelwood C G Dm Because a fire was in my head C And I cut and
G Am
peeled a hazel wand
G Am And hooked a berry on a thread [Verse]
Am And when white moths

Were on the wing
C And moth-like stars were

Flickering out
C Am I dropped the berry in a stream G Am And caught a little silver trout [Verse]
Am G When I had laid it on the floor C G Dm I went to blow the fire aflame C Am But something rustled on the floor G Am And someone called me by my name [Verse]
Am G It had become a glimmering girl
C G Dm With apple blossom in her hair
C Am Who called me by my name and ran
G And faded through the

Brightening air
Am G Though I am old with wandering
C G Through hollow lands and

Hilly lands
C G I will find out where

she has gone
G And kiss her lips and

take her hands
Am And walk among long
dappled grass
C G And pluck 'til time
and times are done
C G Am The silver apples of the moon G Am The golden apples of the sun [Outro]
Am Go, go away Am Out the way,

get out of the way,

out of the way

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