My Old Man played in guitar might be one of your liked music. Not only enjoying the song but you can play “My Old Man by James Keelaghan” using guitar too. Yes .. this song by may also be played by that device. But, before that, you must know its guitar chords.

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Yes, guitar is not easy to study in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you practice, the smooth guitar will feel to play the song.

“My Old Man” guitar chords has rhythm and included in “Road (1999)” album.

My Old Man by James Keelaghan Guitar Chords

CAPO: 2nd Fret

INTRO: C F G C

My old [G]man was a [C]good old man
Skilled in the moulding [G]trade
In the stinking heat of the [F]iron [C]foundry
[F]My old man was [G]made
[F]Down on his [G]knees in the [C]moulding sand
He [F]wore his trade like a [G]company brand
He was [F]one of the Cyclops’ [C]smoky band
Yes, [F]that was [G]my old [C]man[F][G][C]

My old [G]man wasn’t [C]really old
It’s just that I was [G]young
And anyone o’er [F]twelve years [C]old
Was [F]halfway to the [G]tomb
He was [F]loyal to his [G]workmates [C]all his life
Gave [F]over his pay-pack [G]to his wife
He’d [F]have a few jars on a [C]Saturday night
Yes, [F]that was [G]my old [C]man[F][G][C]

My old [G]man was a [C]union man
Worked hard all his [G]days
He [C]understood the [F]system
And was wise to the boss’ [G]ways
He [F]said, “If you [G]want what’s [C]yours by right
You’ll [F]have to struggle with [G]all your might
They’ll [F]rob you blind if [C]you don’t fight them”
[F]That was [G]my old [C]man[F][G][C]

My old [G]man was a [C]proud old man
At home on the foundry [G]floor
Until the day they [F]laid him [C]off
And [F]showed him out the [G]door
They [F]gave him his [G]card, said, “[C]Times are slack,
We [F]found a machine that [G]has the knack
Of [F]doing your job, so [C]don’t come back”
The [F]end of [G]my old [C]man

My old [G]man was [C]fifty-one
What was he to [G]do?
A moulding craftsman [F]on the [C]dole
In [F]nineteen fifty-[G]two
He [F]felt he’d [G]given [C]all he could give
So he [F]did what thousands of [G]others did
He a[F]bandoned hope and the [C]will to live
They [F]killed him, [G]my old [C]man[F][G][C]

My old [G]man he is [C]dead and gone
And I am your old [G]man
And my advice to [F]you, my [C]child
Is to [F]fight back while you [G]can
Be[F]ware the [G]man with the [C]silicon chip
Hold [F]on to your job with a [G]good firm grip
‘Cause [F]if you don’t, you’ve [C]cashed your chips
The [F]same as [G]my old [C]man
‘Cause [F]if you don’t, you’ve [C]cashed your chips
The [F]same as [G]my old [C]man [F] [G] [C]
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If you want to be master of James Keelaghan My Old Man guitar chords, you need to understand the 5 major chords, C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major. The reason we take all major chords is that the minors of any of these chords only require few adjustments. Every of those minor chords is perfectly based on its major counterpart.

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