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Folk Song

X:1 T:The Agincourt Song

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M:6/8 L:1/4 Z:Webmaster C:Trad N:War Song K:Bb z3/2 z d/2 | d c/2 d c/2 | cc/2 B A d/2 | (d/2c/2)A/2 | (G/2A/2)G/4D/4 | w:Our King went forth to Nor-man-dy, With grace and might of chi-val-ry. The F/2 ^E D A/2 | c c/2 (d/2c/2)B/2 | A/2 G F F/2 | A A/2 G F/2 | w:God for him wrought marv-lous-ly, Where-fore Eng-land may call and cry. De-o F/2 ^E D c/4(d/4 | c/4)(d/4c/2)G/2 B/2A/4G/4A/2 | (G3/2 G) z/2 || w:gra-ti-as De-o gra-ti-as Ang-lia red-de pro Vic-toria. % W:1 Our King went forth to Normandy, W:With grace and might of chivalry; W:The God for him wrought marv'lously, W:Where-fore England may call and cry W:Deo gratias: W:Deo gratias Anglia redde pro Victoria. W: W:2 He set a siege, sooth for to say, W:To Harfleur town with Royal array; W:That town he won, and made a fray, W:That France shall rue until Domesday. W:Deo gratias: W:Deo gratias Anglia redde pro Victoria. W: W:3 Then went our King, with all his host W:Through France, for all the Frenchman's boast; W:Nor spared for dread of least nor most, W:Until he came to Agincourt coast. W:Deo gratias: W:Deo gratias Anglia redde pro Victoria. W: W:4 Then foresooth that Knight comely, W:In Agincourt field he fought manly: W:Through grace of God most mighty, W:He had both the field and the victory. W:Deo gratias: W:Deo gratias Anglia redde pro Victoria. W: W:5 Their dukes and earls, lords and barons, W:Were ta'en and slain and that well soon: W:And some were led into London, W:With joy and mirth and great renown. W:Deo gratias: W:Deo gratias Anglia redde pro Victoria. W: W:6 The gracious God now save our King, W:His people and all his well willing: W:Give him good life and good ending, W:That we with mirth may safely sing. W:Deo gratias: W:Deo gratias Anglia redde pro Victoria. % % % % %

					
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