The Harp That Once Through Tara’s Halls lyrics and chords

The chords to The Harp that Once Through Tara’s Halls are presented in the key of A. The lyrics were written by Thomas Moore and are about the Irish longing not to be under British rule.

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The  
A 
harp that once through  
D 
Tara’s halls the  
A 
soul of  
E 
music 
 
 
A 
shed
 
Now  
F#m 
hangs as mute on  
D 
Tara’s walls as  
Bm 
if that soul were  
E 
fled
 
So  
A 
sleeps the pride of  
D 
former days so  
Bm 
glory’s thrill is o’er
 
And  
A 
hearts that once beat  
D 
high for praise now  
A 
feel that  
E 
pulse no  
A 
more

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No more to chiefs and ladies bright the harp of Tara swells
The chord alone that breaks at night its tale of ruin tells
The Freedom now so seldom wakes the only throb she gives
Is when some heart in sorrow breaks to show that still she lives

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The [A]harp that once through [D]Tara’s halls the [A]soul of [E]music [A]shed
Now [F#m]hangs as mute on [D]Tara’s walls as [Bm]if that soul were [E]fled
So [A]sleeps the pride of [D]former days so [Bm]glory’s thrill is o’er
And [A]hearts that once beat [D]high for praise now [A]feel that [E]pulse no [A]more

No more to chiefs and ladies bright the harp of Tara swells
The chord alone that breaks at night its tale of ruin tells
The Freedom now so seldom wakes the only throb she gives
Is when some heart in sorrow breaks to show that still she lives

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