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Folk Song

X:1 T: A Lyke Wake Dirge C:Traditional English R:funeral march O:Assumed North Yorkshire Z:Gordon Turnbull M:3/4 L:1/4 K:AAeo e | A2 B | c2 e | {a}e2 d/c/ | d2 c/d/ | e2 f/e/ | d2 c/B/ | ~e d2 -| d2 e | e2 f/e/ | d2 c/B/ | d2 c/B/ | A2 {ad}e | {ad}e2 f/e/ | d2 c/B/ | c A2- | A2 :|| ef | g2 f/e/ | f2 e/d/ | e2 d/c/ | d2 c/d/ | e2 f/e/ | d2 c/B/ | ~e d2 -| d2 e | e2 f/e/ | d2 c/B/ | d2 c/B/ | A2 {ad}e | {ad}e2 f/e/ | d2 c/B/ | c A2- | A2 :|| % W:1 W:This ae nighte, this ae nighte, W:Every nighte and alle, W:Fire and fleet and candle-lighte, W:And Christe receive thy saule. W:. W:2 W:When thou from hence away art past, W:Every nighte and alle, W:To Whinny-muir thou com'st at last; W:And Christe receive thy saule. W:. W:3 W:If ever thou gavest hosen and shoon, W:Every nighte and alle, W:Sit thee down and put them on; W:And Christe receive thy saule. W:. W:4 W:If hosen and shoon thou ne'er gav'st nane W:Every nighte and alle, W:The whinnes sall prick thee to the bare bane; W:And Christe receive thy saule. W:. W:5 W:From Whinny-muir when thou may'st pass, W:Every nighte and alle, W:To Brig o' Dread thou com'st at last; W:And Christe receive thy saule. W:. W:6 W:From Brig o' Dread when thou may'st pass, W:Every nighte and alle, W:To Purgatory fire thou com'st at last; W:And Christe receive thy saule. W:. W:7 W:If ever thou gavest meat or drink, W:Every nighte and alle, W:The fire sall never make thee shrink; W:And Christe receive thy saule. W:. W:8 W:If meat or drink thou ne'er gav'st nane, W:Every nighte and alle, W:The fire will burn thee to the bare bane; W:And Christe receive thy saule. W:. W:9 W:This ae nighte, this ae nighte, W:Every nighte and alle, W:Fire and fleet and candle-lighte, W:And Christe receive thy saule. % % % % %

					
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