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Folk Song

X:1 T:Waters Of Tyne C:Trad

1/4=120

M:3/4 L:1/8 K:D A2|"D"A2F2F2|"A"A2F2E2|"D"D2D3D|D4EF| "G"G2G2F2|"A"E2F2A2|"G"B2B3B|"A"A4FE|"D"D2d3d| d2e2f2|d2A3B|"G"B4cd|"D"A2F2A2|"A"A4FE|"D"D2D3D|D4|] % W:1 W:I cannot get tae my love if I would dee W:For the waters of Tyne run between him and me W:And here I maun stand wi a tear in my ee W:All sighin and sobbin, my true love to see W: W:2. W:Oh where is the boatman, my bonny hinney W:Oh where is the boatman, go bring him to me W:For to ferry me over the Tyne to my honey W:Or speed him across the rough waters to me W: W:3. W:Oh bring me a boatman, I'll gi all my money W:And you for your trouble rewarded shall be W:If you'll carry me over the Tyne to my honey W:And I will remember the boatman and thee W: W:4. W:I cannot get tae my love if I would dee W:For the waters of Tyne run between him and me W:And here I maun stand wi a tear in my ee W:All sighin and sobbin, my true love to see % % % % %

					
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