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All Things Are Quite Silent


(:redirect quiet=1:) %abc-2.1 X:1 T:All Things Are Quite Silent T:My Bonny Bonny Boy Z:Webmaster C:Trad N:Love M:3/4 L:1/4 K:C A/2-G/2 | F E D | G A B| GA/2-G/2 E| D2D/2-E/2| w:All - things are quite si-lent, each mor- - al at rest When F E D| G- A B| GA/2-G/2 E| D2 A/2c/2| w:me and my true love lay snug in - one nest When a B/2-A/2G/2-A/2 B|c/2-B/2 A A| d c d| A2 A/2G/2| w:bold - set - of ruf-fi-ans broke in-to our cave And they F E D| G A B| GA/2-G/2 E| D2|| w:forced my dear jew-el to plough the - salt wave W:1 W:All things are quite silent, each mortal at rest, W:When me and my true love lay snug in one nest, W:When a bold set of ruffians broke into our cave, W:And they forced my dear jewel to plough the salt wave. W: W:2 W:I begged hard for my darling as I would for my life. W:But they'd not listen to me although a fond wife, W:Saying: The king must have sailors, to the seas he must go, W:And they left me lamenting in sorrow and woe. W: W:3 W:Through green fields and meadows we of times have walked, W:And the fond recollections together have talked, W:Where the lark and the blackbird so sweetly did sing, W:And the lovely thrushes' voices made the valleys to ring. W: W:4 W:Now although I'm forsaken, I won't be cast down. W:Who knows but my true love some day may return W:And will make me amends for my trouble and strife, W:And me and my true love might live happy for life. % % % % % % After The Campfire Song Book % My Own Song Book % The Song And The Story % Songs From Hazzards Huzzah % % % % %]

						
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