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Folk Song

X:1 T:Over The Hills And Far Away C:Trad Z:Webmaster M:4/4 L:1/8 K:G D2|GABA GABA|G2E2E2D2|GABA GABG|c2A2A2D2| GABA GABA|G2E2c4|E2DC D2B2|c2A2A2:| |:Bc|d3c B3A|G2E2E2Bc|d2dc B2AB|c2A2A2Bc| de dc Bc BA|G2E2c4|E2DC D2B2|c2A2A2:| % W:1 W:Hark how the drums beat up again W:For all true soldier gentlemen W:Then let us list and march I say W:Over the hills and far away W: W:(chorus) W:Over the hills and o'er the main W:To Flanders, Portugal and Spain W:Queen Anne commands and we'll obey W:While over the hills and far away W: W:2 W:All gentlemen that have a mind W:To serve a queen that's good and kind W:Come list and enter into pay W:Then over the hills and far away. W: W:3 W:The prentice Tom he may refuse W:To wipe his angry Master's shoes W:For if he free to sing and play W:Would over the hills and far away. W: W:4 W:No more from sounds of drums retreat W:Whiles Marlborough and Galway beat W:The French and Spanish ev'ry W:When over the hills and far away W: W:5 W:We shall then lead more happy lives W:By getting rid of brats and wives W:That scold us both on day and night W:So over the hills and far away. % % % % %

					
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