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Folk Song

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X:1 T:The Rout Of The Blues T:Scarborough Plain N: C:Trad K:C % W:1 W:As I crossed over Salisbury plain, W:Such a dainty fine sight I behold, W:All the lasses are crying and tearing their hair, W:For the rout has just come for the Blues. W:For the rout has just come for the Blues. W:. W:2. W:Then each one home to her mother do run, W:Saying "My heart is undone it is true, W:I'll pack up my clothes without more delay W:And boldly I'll march with the Blues." W:And boldly I'll march with the Blues." W:. W:3. W:The landlord and landlady walk hand in hand, W:And so do those pretty girls too W:And each one pours out a bottle of gin, W:To drink a good health to the Blues W:To drink a good health to the Blues W:. W:4. W:Our ship she is rigged and she's ready to sail, W:And sweetly the French horns play too W:And each one sets up a loud huzzah W:"Success to King George and his Blues." W:"Success to King George and his Blues." W:. W:5. W:They're as gallant young fellows as ever you'll see, W:Though you search bonny Britain all through W:When dressed in His Majesty's suit you'll agree W:There's none to compare with the Blues. W:There's none to compare with the Blues. W:. W:6. W:As I crossed over Salisbury plain, W:Such a dainty fine sight I behold, W:All the lasses are crying and tearing their hair, W:For the rout has just come for the Blues. W:For the rout has just come for the Blues. % % % % %

					
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