X:1 T:Saint James Infirmary M:4/4 L:1/4 K:Em E/2>G/2 | "Em"B B "Am"A A | "Em"G E2 w:I went down to old Joe's bar-room E/2>G/2 | B B "C"e c | "B7"B3 w:On the cor-ner by the square E/2>G/2 | "Em"B B "Am"A A | "Em"G E2 w:Well, the drinks were served as us-ual, (E/2F/2) | "C"G (G/2E/2) ("B7"B/2A/2) G | "Em"E3 w:And the us-ual_ crowd_ was there. "Am"(E/2F/2) | "Em"G (G/2E/2) ("B7"B,/2C/2) D | "Em"E3 |] w:And the us-ual_ crowd_ was there. W:2. W:On my left stood Joe McKennedy, His eyes were bloodshot red. W:He turned to the crowd around him, W:And these were the words he said, and these were the words he said: W:3. W:I went down to the Saint James Infirm'ry - To see my baby there. W:She was lyin' on a long white table, W:So sweet, so cool, so fair; so sweet, so cool, so fair. W:4. W:Let her go, let her go. God bless her, Wherever she may be. W:She may search this wide world over, W:But never find a man like me; but never find a man like me. W:5. W:When I die, please won't you bury me - In my hightop Stetson hat. W:Put a gold piece on my watch chain, W:To let the boys know I'm standin' pat; To let the boys know I'm standin' pat. W:6. W:Let six gamblers to carry my coffin, Let Six pretty girls sing me a song. W:Put a dixie band behind my hearse wagon, W:To raise Hell while they roll me along; To raise Hell while they roll me along. W:7. W:Now that's the end of my story. Let's have another round of booze. W:And if anyone should ask you: W:I've got the Saint James Infirmary Blues; I've got the Saint James Infirmary Blues.