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Kate & Anna McGarrigle - Jacques Et Gilles

CAPO: 2nd Fret

[Intro]
C       F   G     C   Em   G   C   F   Em   G
C G C G C G C G

[Verse 1]
C           G            C       G
Jacques et Gilles work at the mill
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That stands beside the water
C         G        C         G
Could be Lowell, could be Lawrence
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Or Nashua, New Hampshire

[Verse 2]
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Jacques et Gilles, they hate the mill
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But they’ve too many sons and daughters
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The pay’s no good, they miss the woods
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So they go and cut the lumber in Maine

[Verse 3]
C           G               C         G
Jacques et Gilles they’ve left the mill
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To cut down trees in winter
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Little Helene who’s only ten
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She knits and spins and sits and folds
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In darkness and in hunger
C       G                        C
In the cold mill by the frozen water

[Verse 4]
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And St-Jean-Baptiste says, “That’s okay
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Come pray to me on Sunday
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We’ll cash your notes, we’ll cast your votes
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Just give me some of that money”

[Verse 5]
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“Tell me mother, sister and brother
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You who work beside me
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When will we be going home
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To the chickens and cows, the horses and sows
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The cousins and friends and loved-ones
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Of our native country?”

[Verse 6]
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“Ah, shut your mouth my daughter dear
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Go fetch the boss some water
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And just pretend ma belle Helene
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That at the borne-fontaine
    F            C
You can’t comprehend
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That Irish agitator”

[Verse 7]
          Am         G         Am     C
Now we’re going down to La Marique
   Am           G             Dm7        C
To work in the mills of New Hampshire
    Am           G           Am       C
Two weeks we’ll march like savages
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Down the banks of the Connecticut and the Merrimac rivers

[Verse 8]
  C       G      C           G
“Why is Paddy such a bad guy?
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Why is he so evil?
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He wants more pay for his working day
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And he says that kids like me should be in school”

[Verse 9]
     C         G       C          G
“Ah, ferme ta gueule ma p’tite soeur
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We’ll start for home tomorrow
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But Paddy Boyle and Katy Doyle
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They’ve left their soil
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They’ve sailed away, they can’t go home
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And therein lies their anger and their sorrow”

[Verse 10]
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And the old man smells of whisky-blanc
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Of tobacco and fine leather
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And all the boys Ti-Pit, Ti-Jean
   F        C          F          C
Ti-Guy, Ti-Gus, have brand new suits
    F        C           F          C
And all the girls, new coats and hats
      F       C       F         C       G
And Madame Aubry, a gorgeous hat of Melton
                C         G C G
With three fine feathers

[Verse 11]
          Am     G        Am   C
And we’re going home to Canada
     Am            G          Dm7      C
To La Beauce, our beautiful country
      Am        G               Am      C
We’ll take the new train from Nashua
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Our pockets filled with American money

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