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Folk Song

X:1 T:Come Landlord Fill The Flowing Bowl C:Trad R: H: D: Z: M: L: O: N: S: K: W:(v) W:Come Landlord fill the flowing bowl Until it doth run over, W:Come landlord fill the flowing bowl Until it doth run over, W:. W:(ch) W:For tonight we'll merry merry be W:For tonight we'll merry merry be W:For tonight we'll merry merry be W:Tomorrow we'll be sober. W:. W:The man who drinketh small beer And goes to bed quite sober, W:Fades as the leaves do fade That drop off in October. W: . W:The man who drinketh strong beer And goes to bed right mellow, W:Lives as he ought to live, And dies a jolly fellow. W: . W:But he who drinks just what he likes And getteth half seas over, W:Will live until he die, perhaps, And then lie down in clover. W: . W:The man who kisses a pretty girl And goes and tells his mother, W:Ought to have his lips cut off, And never kiss another. W: . W:The maiden who enjoys a kiss and comes back for another, W:She's a boon to all mankind and soon to be a mother. W: . W:Come into the garden Maud And don't be so particular, W:For if the grass is very very wet, We'll do it perpendicular. W: . W:If I had a pile of bricks I'd build my chimney higher. W:That would stop the neighbour's cat from pissing in the fi-er. % % % % %

					
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