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Folk Song

X:1 T:John Peel C:Trad Z:Webmaster M:4/4 L:1/8 K:Eb GG|B3/2 B1/2 B2 G2 G G|B2 B2G2 w:D' ye ken* John Peel with his coat so gay, G G|A2 A2 F2 F F|A2 A A F2 w:D' ye ken John Peel at the break of the day, F F | E2 E2 e2 ed|c2 c3/2 c1/2 B2 w:D' ye ken John Peel when he's far far a-way, A G|c2 A F E2 D D |F4 E2| w:With his hounds and his horn in the morn-ing? G G|B2 B B G2 G2|B2 B B G2 w:For the sound of his horn brought me from my bed, G G|A2 A A F2 F F|A2 A2 F2 z2| w:And the cry of his hounds which he oft-times led; E2 E3/2 E1/2 e2 e d|c2 c3/2 c1/2 B2 w:Peel's view hal-loo would a-wak-en the dead, A G|c2 A F E2 D D|F4 E2|] w:Or the fox from his lair in the morn-ing. % W:1 W:D' ye ken John Peel, with his coat so gay? W:D' ye ken John Peel at the break of the day? W:D' ye ken John Peel, when he's far, far away, W:With his hounds and his horn in the morning? W: W:(chorus) W:For the sound or his horn brought me from my bed, W:And the cry of his hounds, which he oft times led, W:Peel's "View halloo" would awaken the dead, W:Or a fox from his lair in the morning. W: W:2 W:Yes, I ken John Peel, and Ruby too, W:Ranter and Ringwood, Bellman and True, W:From a find to a check, from a check to a view, W:From a view to a death in the morning. W: W:3 W:Then here's to John Peel, from my heart and soul, W:Let's drink to his health, let's finish the bowl, W:We'll follow John Peel thro' fair and thro' foul, W:If we want a good hunt in the morning. W: W:4 W:D' ye ken John Peel, with his coat so gay? W:He lived at Troutbeck once on a day, W:Now he has gone far, far away, W:We ne'er shall hear his voice in the morning. % % % % %

					
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