Brandy, Leave Me Alone

Words & Music:

Traditional South African


The original song is "O Brandewyn Laat My Stann" from Suid-Afrika se eie Lieddjies.

The verse given there is:  "O brandewyn laat my Staan [3x] / Want ek wil nou Huis toe Gaan" which translates to "O Brandy wine let me stand [3x] / I now want to go home."


E                                                  A

Oh, Brandy, leave me alone.  Oh, Brandy, leave me alone.

                     B7                                 E

Oh, Brandy, leave me alone.  I'm tired and I want to go home.


My home it is far away.  My home it is far away.

My home it is far away.  Remember I cannot stay.


Oh, Brandy, you broke my heart. Oh, Brandy, you broke my heart.

Oh, Brandy, you broke my heart.  Remember that we must part.


[repeat entire song]


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