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Folk Song

X:1 T:Scarborough Fair C: O: Z: F: M:3/4 L:1/4

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K:Ddor "Dm"D2D|"Dm"AGA|"C"E>FE|"Dm"D3|"F"z Ac| w:Are you go-ing ro Scar-bo-rough Fair? Pars-ley, "Dm"d2c|"G"ABG|"Dm"A2 A|"Bb"d2D|"F"F2G| w:sage, rose-mar-y and thyme. Re-mem-ber me to "F"AGF|"C"(EC)D|"Dm"D2A|"C"G2F|"C"EDC|"Dm"D3|] w: one who lives there,_ for once she was a true love of mine. W:1 W:"Are you going to Scarborough Fair"?, W: Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme, W:"Remember me to one who lives there, W: Once she was a true love of mine. W: W:2 W:"Tell her to make ne a cambric shirt," W: Parsley, sage... W:"Without any seem or needlework, W: For once she was... W: W:3 W:"Tell her to wash it in yonder well," W: Parsley, sage... W:"Where never spring water nor rain ever fell, W: For once she was... W: W:4 W:"Tell her to dry it on yonder thorn," W: Parsley, sage... W:"Which never bore flower since Adam was born, W: For once she was... W: W:5 W:"Now he has asked me questions three," W: Parsley, sage... W:"I hope he will answer as many for me, W: For once he was a true love of mine." W: W:6 W:"Tell him to find me an acre of land," W: Parsley, sage... W:"Betwixt the salt water and the sea sand, W: For once he was... W: W:7 W:"Tell him to plough it with a ram's horn," W: Parsley, sage... W:"And sow it all over with one pepper corn, W: For once he was... W: W:8 W:"Tell him to reap it with a sickle of leather," W: Parsley, sage... W:"And bing it up with a peacock's feather, W: For once he was... W: W:9 W:"When he has done and finished his work," W: Parsley, sage... W:"O tell him to come and he'll have his shirt, W: For once he was... % % % % %

					
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