My Singing Bird – lyrics and chords

The chords to My Singing Bird are presented here in the key of G major. Use our chord converter to play the song in other keys. The lyrics are of someone saying how lovely he thinks his songbird is.

Chorus
 
G 
I’ve seen the  
Em 
lark soar  
Am 
high at  
D 
morn to  
G 
sing up  
D 
in the blue
 
I’ve  
G 
heard the  
Em 
blackbird 
 
 
Am 
pipe his  
D 
song, the  
G 
thrush and  
D 
linnet 
 
too
 
But  
G 
none of them can  
Am 
sing so  
C 
sweet, my  
Am 
singing bird as  
D 
you
 
Ah, ah,  
G 
ah, ah,  
Em 
ah, ah, ah,  
Am 
ah, ah,  
D 
ah, my  
G 
singing 
 
 
D 
bird as you.

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If I could lure my singing bird down from it’s cosy nest
If I could catch my singing bird I’d warm it upon my breast
And in my heart my singing bird would sing itself to rest
Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, would sing itself to rest.

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My Singing Bird lyrics and chords print version

[G]I’ve seen the [Em]lark soar [Am]high at [D]morn to [G]sing up [D]in the blue
I’ve [G]heard the [Em]blackbird [Am]pipe his [D]song, the [G]thrush and [D]linnet too
But [G]none of them can [Am]sing so [C]sweet, my [Am]singing bird as [D]you
Ah, ah, [G]ah, ah, [Em]ah, ah, ah, [Am]ah, ah, [D]ah, my [G]singing [D]bird as you.

If I could lure my singing bird down from it’s cosy nest
If I could catch my singing bird I’d warm it upon my breast
And in my heart my singing bird would sing itself to rest
Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, would sing itself to rest.

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My Singing Bird lyrics and chords

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