A Jar of Porter lyrics and chords

The chords to A Jar of Porter are presented in the key of D. The lyrics are about the benefits of a jar of porter.

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D 
Toora loora loora la,  
A7 
toora loora  
D 
loora 
 
la
 
Toora loora loora la, give the  
A7 
child a jar of  
D 
porter
D 
If you want your child to grow, your
 
child to grow, your  
D 
child to grow
 
If you want your child to grow, give  
A7 
him a jar of  
D 
porter

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When I was young and cradle cake
No drop of milk now would I take
Me father up, then had his spake
“Give the child a jar of porter”

When I am dead and in my grave
I hope for me a prayer you’ll say
And as you’re passing by that you’ll
Throw in a jar of porter

And when I reach the golden gates
I hope I’ll not have long to wait
I’ll call Saint Peter aside and say
“Brought you a jar of porter”

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[D]Toora loora loora la, [A7]toora loora [D]loora la
Toora loora loora la, give the [A7]child a jar of [D]porter
[D]If you want your child to grow, your ]A7[child to grow, your [D]child to grow
If you want your child to grow, give [A7]him a jar of [D]porter

When I was young and cradle cake
No drop of milk now would I take
Me father up, then had his spake
“Give the child a jar of porter”

When I am dead and in my grave
I hope for me a prayer you’ll say
And as you’re passing by that you’ll
Throw in a jar of porter

And when I reach the golden gates
I hope I’ll not have long to wait
I’ll call Saint Peter aside and say
“Brought you a jar of porter”

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