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Folk Song

X:1 T:Twankydillo F:http://www.vwml.org/record/CJS2/10/1662 S:William Parnell of West Chiltington, Sussex Z:transcribed by Alice Baillie M:3/4 L:1/4 K:C g/> f/ | e e/ e/ d/ d/ | c c G/ G/ | A B c | d< d c/ d/ | w: Here's a health to the jo-lly black-smith and the best of all fell-ows and the e e c/ c/ | f f g/> f/ | e d c | g< g g/> f/ | w: man works at his an-vil and the boy blows the bell-ows Here's to e e d/ d/ | c c G/ G/ | A B c | d2 c/ d/ | e e c/ c/ | w: old Cole and to young Cole and to old Cole as well Here's to old Cole and to f f g/ f/ | e d c | g2 g/> f/ | e e d/> e/ | c c G/ G/ | w: young Cole and to old Cole as well Twan-ky dill-o Twan-ky dill-o Twan-ky A/< A/ B/< B/ c/< c/ | d/< d/- d c/ d/ | e e c/ c/ | f f (g/>f/) | w: dill-o dill-o dill-o dill-o - and the roar-ing pair of bag-pipes made_ e> f d | c< c || w: of the green will-ow % W:1 W:Here's health to the jolly blacksmith, the best of all fellows, W:Who works at his anvil while the boy blows the bellows; W:Which makes my bright hammer to rise and to fall; W:Here's to old Cole, and to young Cole, and to old Cole of all. W:Twankydillo, Twankydillo, Twankydillo, dillo, dillo, dillo, W:A roaring pair of bag-pipes made of the green willow. W: W:2 W:If a gentleman calls his horse for to shoe, W:He makes no denial of one pot or two, W:For it makes my bright hammer to rise and to fall, W:Here's to old Cole, and to young Cole, and to old Cole of all. W:Twankydillo, Twankydillo, Twankydillo, dillo, dillo, dillo, W:And he that loves strong beer is a hearty good fellow. W: W:3 W:Here's a health to King Charlie and also his queen, W:And to all the royal little ones where e'er they are seen, W:Which makes my bright hammer to rise and to fall, W:Here's to old Cole, and to young Cole, and to old Cole of all. W:Twannydillo, Twankydillo, Twankydillo, dillo, dillo, dillo. W:A roaring pair of bag-pipes made of the green willow. % % % % %

					
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