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Folk Song

X:1 T:The Three Ravens Z:Webmaster M:3/2 L:1/4 K:G

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E3/2 F/2 G A| B3/2 c/2 B| B| E F G E| F G A G/2A/2| B3 B| B d c B| A G F F| G B A G| F ^D B, G/2A/2| B2 A/2G/2 F/2E/2 ^D/2E/2 F| E2 z|| % W:1 W:There were three ravens sat on a tree, W:(chorus) Down a downe, hay downe, hay downe. W:They were as black as they might be, W:(chorus) With a downe derrie, derrie downe. W: W:2 W:The one of them said to his mate, W:Where shall we our breakfast take? W: W:3 W:Downe in yonder green field, W:There lies a Knight slain under his shield. W: W:4 W:His hounds they lie down at his feete, W:So well they can their Master keep. W: W:5 W:Downe there comes a fallow doe, W:As great with young as she might goe. W: W:6 W:She lift up his blaudy hed, W:And kist his wounds that were so red. W: W:7 W:She buried him before the prime, W:She was dead her selfe ere even-song time. % % % % %

					
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