Drunken Sailor

Irish Rovers
Chords used in this song: D, Em, G
D
Em
G
[Verse]
Em
What'll we do with a drunken sailor?
D
What'll we do with a drunken sailor?
Em
What'll we do with a drunken sailor?
G        D        Em
Earl-aye in the morning?


[Chorus]
Em
Way, hey and up she rises
D
Way, hey and up she rises
Em
Way, hey and up she rises
G        D        Em
Earl-aye in the morning.


[Verse]
Em
Shave his belly with a rusty razor,
D
Shave his belly with a rusty razor,
Em
Shave his belly with a rusty razor,
G        D        Em
Earl-aye in the morning?


[Chorus]
Em
Way, hey and up she rises
D
Way, hey and up she rises
Em
Way, hey and up she rises
G        D        Em
Earl-aye in the morning.


[Verse]
Em
Put him in the long boat until he's sober,
D
Put him in the long boat until he's sober,
Em
Put him in the long boat until he's sober,
G        D        Em
Earl-aye in the morning?


[Chorus]
Em
Way, hey and up she rises
D
Way, hey and up she rises
Em
Way, hey and up she rises
G        D        Em
Earl-aye in the morning.


[Solo]
Em  D  2x


[Verse]
Em
Stick him in a barrel with a hosepipe on him,
D
Stick him in a barrel with a hosepipe on him,
Em
Stick him in a barrel with a hosepipe on him,
G        D        Em
Earl-aye in the morning?


[Chorus]
Em
Way, hey and up she rises
D
Way, hey and up she rises
Em
Way, hey and up she rises
G        D        Em
Earl-aye in the morning.


[Verse]
Em
Put him in the bed with the captains daughter,
D
Put him in the bed with the captains daughter,
Em
Put him in the bed with the captains daughter,
G        D        Em
Earl-aye in the morning?


[Chorus]
Em
Way, hey and up she rises
D
Way, hey and up she rises
Em
Way, hey and up she rises
G        D        Em
Earl-aye in the morning.


[Verse]
Em
That’s what we do with a drunken sailor,
D
That’s what we do with a drunken sailor,
Em
That’s what we do with a drunken sailor,
G        D        Em
Earl-aye in the morning?


[Chorus 2x]
Em
Way, hey and up she rises
D
Way, hey and up she rises
Em
Way, hey and up she rises
G        D        Em
Earl-aye in the morning.