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Folk Song

X:1 T:A Roving Z:Webmaster

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M:2/4 L:1/16 K:F C2 |F2F2 E2C2 |F2F2 E2C2 |F3G A2B2 | c6 w:In Am-ster-dam there lived a maid, Mark well what I do say, c2 |d2d2 B2d2 |c2c2 A2c2 |B2A2 G2F2 | A2F2 D2 w:In Am-ster-dam there lived a maid, And she was mis-tress of her trade, C2 |F3G A2B2 |(c2f2) d2B2 |A4 G4 | F6 w:I'll go no more a-rov -ing, with you fair maid. c2 |d4 B2d2 |c4 A2c2 |B2A2 G2F2 | (A2F2) D2 w:A-rov-ing, a-rov-ing Since rov-ing's been my ru-*in. C2 |F3G A2B2 |(c2f2) d2B2 |A4 G4 | F6 |] w:I'll go no more a-rov-*ing with you, fair maid. % W:1 W:In Amsterdam there lived a maid, W:Mark well what I do say, W:In Amsterdam there lived a maid, W:Who was always pinching sailors' pay. W:I'll go no more a-roving with you, fair maid. W: W:(chorus) W:A-roving, a-roving, since roving's been my ru-i-in, W:I'll go no more a-roving with you, fair maid. W: W:2 W:I took this maiden for a walk, W:Mark well what I do say, W:I took this maiden for a walk, W:She wanted some gin and then to talk. W:I'll go no more a-roving with you, fair maid. W: W:3 W:I gave this miss a parting kiss, W:Mark well what I do say, W:I gave this miss a parting kiss, W:When I got aboard, my money I missed. W:I'll go no more a-roving with you, fair maid. % % % % % %]

					
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