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When This Lousy War Is Over

Anonymous

4:4 Key: C
(Tune: 'What a Friend we have in Jesus')

[C]When this [C7]lousy war is [F]over
[C]No more soldiering for [G7]me,
[C]When I [C7]get my civvy [F]clothes on,
[C]Oh how [G7]happy I shall [C]be.
[G]No more [G7]church parades on [C]Sunday,
[F]No more [Em]putting in for [G]leave.[G7]
[C]I shall [C7]kiss sergeant-[F]ma[Am]jor.
[C]How I'll [G7]miss him. How he'll [C]grieve.

(Repeat first four lines of first verse)
[G]No more [G7]NCOs to [C]curse me,
[F]No more [Em]rotten army [G]stew.[G7]
[C]You can [C7]tell the old cook-[F]ser[Am]geant,
[C]To stick his [G7]stew right up his [C]flue.

(Repeat first four lines of first verse)
[G]No more [G7]sergeants [C]bawling,
[F]'Pick it [Em]up' and 'Put it [G]down' [G7]
[C]If I [C7]meet the ugly [F]bas[Am]tard
[C]I'll kick his [G7]arse all over [C]town

Repeat All Of The First Verse



Added or amended 10th September 2014
Reproduced soley for
educational purposes


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