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Folk Song

X:1 T:Tell Old Bill C:Trad Z:Webmaster M:5/4 L:1/4

1/4=80

K:Ab A/2A/2 E3/4E/4 A/2A/2 E3/2E/2 | [M:4/4] c/2(A/2 A2) | w:Tell old Bill when he leaves home this mor-ning' [M:5/4] A/2A/2 A3E/4 A/2A/2 E3A/2 | [M:3/4] G/2(B/2 B2) | w:Tell old Bill when he comes home this eve-nin' [M:C] A/2A/2c3/4B/4 A/2A/2c3/4B/4 | A/2B/2A/2F/2 A3/4B/4 A/2F/2 | w:Tell Old Bill when he leaves home To let them down-town women a-lone This E/2A A/2 G/2 B c/2 | (c/2A/2 A2) z | w:mor-nin' this eve-nin' so soon % W:1. W:Tell old Bill when he leaves home this morning, W:Tell old Bill when he gets home this evening, W:I tell old Bill when he leaves home, W:To let them downtown women alone W:This morning, this evening, so soon. W:. W:2. W:Now old Bill's wife she was baking bread this morning, W:Now old Bill's wife she was baking bread this evening, W:Now old Bill's wife she was baking bread W:They came and told her Bill was dead W:This morning, this evening, so soon. W:. W:3. W:Oh no, that can't be so, this morning, W:Oh no, that can't be so, this evening, W:Oh no, that can't be so W:Bill only left for town half an hour ago W:This morning, this evening, so soon. W:. W:4. W:They brought Bill home on a hurry-up wagon this morning, W:They brought Bill home on a hurry-up wagon this evening, W:They brought Bill home on a hurry-up wagon W:His head was down and his feet were dragging W:This morning, this evening, so soon. % % % % %

					
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