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Folk Song

X:1 T:The Rose Of Allendale Z:Webmaster M:C L:1/8

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K:G GA|B3A G3 F|AGFE D3 D|D2G2 G2AB|A6 GA|B3A G3 F|AGFE D3 D|EG2E FGAB|G6 G2|A3F D2D2|B3 G D2 D2|c2A2 B2G2|A6 GA|B3A G3 F|AGFE D3 D|EG2E FGAB|G6 || dd|d3B B2G2|FE3 z2 zE|c3 B A2G2|FD3 z2 zD|E3F AGFE|D2G2 HB2 GF|EG2E FGAB|G6 |] % W:1. W:The morn was fair, the skies were clear, W:No breath came o'er the sea W:When Mary left her hielan cot W:And wandered forth with me. W:Though flowers decked the mountainside W:And fragance filled the vale, W:By far the sweetest flower there W:Was the rose of Allendale. W: W:(chorus) W:'Twas the rose of Allendale W:'Twas the rose of Allendale,. W:By far the sweetest flower there W:Was the rose of Allendale. W: W:2. W:Where e'er I wandered east or west W:Though fate began to laur, W:A solace still was she to me W:In sorrows lonely hour. W:When tempest lashed our gallant bark W:And winters shivering sail, W:One maiden form withstood the storm W:The rose of Allendale. W: W:3. W:And when my fevered lips were parched W:On Afric's burning sand, W:She whispered hopes of happiness W:And tales of distant lands. W:My life has been a wilderness W:And blessed by fortunes gails, W:Had fate not linked my love to hers W:The rose of Allendale. % % % % %

					
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