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Folk Song

X:1 T:Spanish Ladies T:Talachuano Girls C:Trad Z:Webmaster M:3/4 L:1/8 K:Am E2|A2A2^G2|A4A>B|c2B2A2|^G2E2E2| A2A2^G2|A4A>B|c2B2A2|B4B2| c2B2A2|d2c2B2|e2A2B2|^G^FE2e>d| c2B2A2|^G2E2E2|E2A2^G2|A4z2|] % W:1 W:Farewell and adieu to you Spanish ladies W:Farewell and adieu to you ladies of Spain W:For we've received orders for to sail for old England W:We hope in a short time to see you again. W: W:(chorus) W:We'll rant and we'll roar like true British sailors W:We'll rant and we'll roar all along the salt sea W:Until we strike soundings in the channel of old England W:From Ushant to Scilly is thirty-five leagues. W: W:2 W:We hove our ship to with the wind from south west W:We hove our ship to for deep soundings to take W:With 45 fathoms and a white sandy bottom W:We spread our main yard and up channel did make. W: W:3 W:The first land we sighted it was called the Dodman W:Next Ramhead off Plymouth, Start, Portland and Wight, W:We sailed up to Beachy, past Fairlight and Dover W:Then we hove our ship to by the South Foreland light. W: W:4 W:Now let ev'ry man drink of his full Bumper W:Now let ev'ry man drink of his full glass W:We'll sing and be jolly and drown melancholy W:And here's to the health of each true hearted lass % % % % %

					
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