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Capo 5

[Verse]
      C                         G
Three bushman one morning rode up to an Inn
    Am                     Em
And one of them called for drinks with a grin
        F
They'd only returned from a trip to the north
    C                       G
And eager to greet them the landlord came forth
    Fmaj7
He absently poured out a glass of three star
    C                           G
And set down the drink with the rest on the bar

[Verse]
      C                                   G
There that is for Harry he said and it's queer
          Am                 Em
Tis' the very same glass he drank from last year
    F
His name's on the glass you can read it like print
    C                             G
He scratched it himself with an old piece of flint
  Fmaj7
I remember his drink it was always three star
    C                           G           C
He set down the drink with the rest on the bar

[Verse]
    C                         G
He looked at the horses and counted but three
          Am                       Em
You were always together where's Harry cried he
    F
Oh sadly they looked at the glass as they said
        C                   G
You may put it away for our old mate is dead
    Fmaj7
But one glazing out over the ridges afar
        C                         G             C
Said we owe him a drink leave the glass on the bar

[Instrumental]  
C G Am C F

[Verse]
      C                       G
They thought of the far away grave on the plain
      Am                           Em
They thought of the comrade who'd not come again
      F
They lifted their glasses and sadly they said
    C                         G
We drink to the name of our old mate who's dead
        Fmaj7
And the sunlight streamed in and a light like a star
          C                         G
Seemed to glow in the depth of the glass on the bar

[Verse]
    C                       G
And still in that shanty a tumbler is seen
      Am                     Em
It stands by the clock ever polished and clean
    F
And often the strangers will read as they pass
    C                     G
The name of the bushman engraved on the glass
    Fmaj7
And though on that shelf though a dozen there are
      C                           G               C  
That glass never stands with the rest on the bar

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