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Folk Song

X:1 T:There Are Twa Bonnie Maidens T:Flora MacDonald's Lament C:Trad M:4/4 L:1/8

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R:Hornpipe K:G ge|:"G"d2 G2 "Em"B2 AG|"G"d2 G2 "Em"cBAG| "Am"e2 A2 A2 "Em"gf|"Am"e2 A>BA2 "D"Bc|! "G"d2 Bd "C"g2 fe|"D"dedc "Em"BAGA| "C"BAGE "D"DEGA|1"G"B2 G2 G2 ge:| |2"G"B2G2 G2 ga|:! "G"b2 gb "D"a2 fa|"Em"geeg "G"d2 cB|| "Am"e2 A2 ABcd|"Am"e2 AG "D"A2 ga|! "G"bagb "D"agfa|"Em"gfge "C"edcB| "D"cBAG "G"DEGA|1"C"B2 GF "G"G2 ga:| |2"C"B2 GF "G"G2 ge|| W:There are twa bonnie maidens, and three bonnie maidens, W:Cam' owre the Minch, and cam' owre the main, W:Wi' the wind for their way, and the corrie for their hame, W:And they are dearly welcome to Skye once again. W:Come along, come along, wi' your boatie and your song, W:My ain bonnie maidens, my twa bonnie maidens, W:For the night it is dark and the red coat is gone W:And ye are dearly welcome to Skye once again. W:. W:There is Flora my honey, sae dear and sae bonnie, W:And ane that's sae tall, and sae handsome withal; W:Put the one for my king, and the other for my queen, W:And they are dearly welcome to Skye once again. W:Come along, come along, wi' your boatie and your song, W:My ain bonnie maidens, my twa bonnie maidens, W:For the Lady Macoulain she dwelleth her lane W:And she'll welcome you dearly to Skye once again. W:. W:There's a wind on the tree, and a ship on the sea, W:My ain bonnie maidens my twa bonnie maidens, W:Your cradle I'll rock on the lea of the rock, W:And ye'll aye be welcome to Skye once again. W:Come along, come along, wi' your boatie and your song, W:My ain bonnie. maidens, my twa bonnie maidens, W:Mair sound shall ye sleep as ye rock on the deep, W:And ye'll aye be welcome to Skye once again. % % % % %

					
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