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Folk Song

X:1 T:The Crow On The Cradle C:Sydney Carter M:3/8 L:1/8

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K:C z2 E| AcB| A/2 E3/2 E| AcB| A3| w:The sheep's in the mea-dow, the cow's in the corn A3/2 G/2 F| E3/2 D/2 C| B,3/2 E/2 E| A,3-| A,2 E| w:Now is the time for a child to be born-- He'll A3/2 c/2 B| A3/2 E/2 E| AcB| G3-| G3| w:He'll cry for the moon and laugh at the sun E3/2 E/2 E| E3/2- C/2 D| E C3/2 B,/2| w:If he's a boy, he'll car-ry a gun P:chorus A,E E | DCB, | A,3 | A,3 || w:Sang the crow on the cra-dle-- % W:1. W:The sheep's in the meadow, the cow's in the corn W:Now is the time for a child to be born W:He'll cry for the moon and laugh at the sun W:If he's a boy, he'll carry a gun W:. W:ch. W:Sang the crow on the cradle. W:. W:2. W:If it should happen that our baby's a girl W:Never you mind if her hair doesn't curl W:Rings on her fingers and bells on her toes W:And a bomber above her wherever she goes W:. W:3. W:Rockaby baby the dark and the light W:Somebody's baby is born for a fight W:Rockaby baby, the white and the black W:Somebody's baby is not coming back W:. W:4. W:Your mammy and pappy, they'll scrape and they'll save W:Build you a coffin and dig you a grave W:Hushaby little one, why do you weep W:We've got a toy that will put you to sleep W:. W:5. W:Bring me a gun and I'll shoot that bird dead W:That's what your mammy and pappy once said W:Crow on the cradle, oh what should I do W:That is a thing that I leave to you. % % % % %

					
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