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Folk Song

X:1 T:Cam Ye O'er Frae France C:Trad Scotland Z:Webmaster N:War Song M:3/2 L:1/4=80 K:Bb ECCG,C2 | E3/2C/2CE(D/2E/2)(F/2D/2) | w:Cam' ye over frae France, cam ye doon by Lun-non? ECCG,C2 | DB,B,F(D/2E/2)(F/2D/2) | w:Saw ye Geor-die Whelps and his bonnie Wum-man? Ccc^Bc2 | G3/2c/2c/2d3/2ec | w:Were ye at the place called the Kit-tle Hoo-sie? Gc(d/2c/2)(B/2A/2)B2 | FB,B,F(G/2F/2)(E/2D/2)| w:Saw ye Geor--die's - grace ridin' on a goo-sie? % W:1 Cam' ye over frae France, cam ye doon by Lunnon? W:Saw ye Geordie Whelps and his bonnie Wumman? W:Were ye at the place called the Kittle Hoosie? W:Saw ye Geordie's grace ridin' on a goosie? W: W:2 Geordie he's a man there is little doubt o't W:He does a' he can, wha can dae withoot it? W:By there cam' a man linkin like my lordie, W:He maun drive a trade at the loom o' Geordie. W: W:3 Though the claith were bad blythely may we niffer, W:Gin we get a wab. It mak's little differ. W:We maun taint oor plaid, bonnet, belt and swordie. W:Has the mailin's braid, but we hae a Geordie. W: W:4 Jocky's gone tae France, and Montgomery's lady, W:There they'll learn tae dance, "Madam are you ready?" W:Thay'll be back belyve, belted, brick and lordly, W:Brawly may they thrive, tae dance a jig wi' Geordie. W: W:5 Hey for sandy ben, hey for Cockalorum, W:Hey for bobbin' John and his heilan quorum. W:Many's the sword and lance swings at heilan hurdie, W:How they'll skip and dance, over the bum o' geordie. % %Categories % % % %

					
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