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High Germany - singer at Watford

Found in SBG-1-2-138-0.abc from the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library abc collection
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High Germany - singer at Watford P1 As I was a walk ing & a talk ing a 4 3 long I heard 2 lo vers talk ing and a sing ing of a song Said the young one to the fair one Dear est this way For the King he has com mand ed us & his or ders we must o bey O No do not me for sake, but * pi ty on me take For great I my woe And thro' France Scotland and bonny Ire land with thee my love I'll go High Germany - singer at Watford 2nd part P1 and o 'twill ne ver 'ild to lie in th' open 4 3 field, all the night long. And your par ents they will be an ger y, If a long with you I go High Germany - Kidson P1 8 6 High Germany - Ford P1 4 3 High Germany - Aggett P1 4 3 High Germany - Fone P1 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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