Brandy (You’re A Fine Girl)

Elliott Lurie (Looking Glass)


                D F#m  Em        Bm            Em     G                 C        G

There's a port on a western bay and it serves a hundred ships a day.

          D       F#m        Em     Bm         Em     G                 D

Lonely sailors pass the time away and talk about their homes.

There's a girl in this harbor town and she works laying whiskey down.

They say "Brandy, fetch another round."  She serves them whiskey and wine.



                             Bm7  A           G

The sailors say, "Brandy, you're a fine girl.  (You're a fine girl!)

             Bm7               A                G

What a good wife you would be.  (Such a fine girl!)

                D              A         G     D    Em     A

Yeah, your eyes could steal a sailor from the sea."



Brandy wears a braided chain made of finest silver from the north of Spain.

A locket that bears the name of a man that Brandy loved.

He came on a summer's day, bringing gifts from far away.

But he made it clear he couldn't stay; no harbor was his home.


CHORUS:  [new last line lyric]

“But my life, my love and my lady is the sea"



          Bm7                A                                 G                 A

Yeah, Brandy used to watch his eyes when he told his sailor stories.

She could feel the ocean fall and rise; she saw its raging glory.

          Bm7             C                                 Bm7                G

But, he had always told the truth.  Lord, he was an honest man.

          A                    G                 D    Em     A

And Brandy does her best to understand


At night, when the bars close down, Brandy walks through the silent town.

And loves a man, who's not around, she still can hear him say.


CHORUS:  [with second lyric]