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Folk Song

X:1 T:Chastity Belt C:Trad England Z:Webmaster N:Humour N:Love Song K:C W: W:1 Pray Gentle Maiden may I be your lover W:Condemn me no longer tomoad and to weep W:But down like a lamb I lie wounded and bleeding W:So lower your drawbridge and I'll enter your keep. W:Enter your Keep, nonny nonny W:Enter your Keep, nonny nonny W:So lower your drawbridge and I'll enter your keep W: W:2 Alas and alack for I am no maiden W:I'm married to Sir Oswald, the cunning old Celt W:He's gone to the wars for twelve months or longer W:And taken the key to my chastity belt W:Chastity belt, nonny nonny W:Chastity belt, nonny nonny W:He's taken the key to my chastity belt. W: W:3 Fear not gentle maiden for I know of a locksmith W:Who's intricate knowledge we will avail. W:We'll go to his forge and on his door we will knock W:And see if he's able to unpick your lock. W:Unpick your lock, nonny nonny W:Unpick your lock, nonny nonny W:And see if he's able to unpick your lock. W: W:4 Alas and alack Sir, for I am unable W:My intricate knowledge is of no avail W:I can't find the secret to your combinations W:The cunning old Celt he has fitted a Yale. W:Fitted a Yale, nonny nonny W:Fitted a Yale, nonny nonny W:The cunning old Celt he has fitted a Yale. W: W:5 I'm back from the wars now with sad news of disaster W:A terrible misfortune I have to confide W:As my ship was passing the straights of Gibralter W:I carelessley dropped the key over the side W:Over the side, nonny nonny W:Over the side, nonny nonny W:I carelessley dropped the key over the side. W: W:6 Alas and alack I am locked up for ever W:Then up steps a page boy says leave it to me W:If you will allow me to enter your chamber W:I'll open you up with my duplicate key. W:Duplicate key, nonny nonny W:Duplicate key, nonny nonny W:I'll open you up with my duplicate key. % %Categories %Category %Category % % % % %

					
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