Song by William Douglas and Lady John Scott

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Category - Love song

Annie Laurie


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K:C (E/D/)|"C"C>Cc>B|"F"BA2A|"C"G>EE(D/C/)|"G"(ED2)E/D/| w:Max--well-ton braes are Bon-nie, where Ear-ly fa's the_ dew,_ And it's "C"C>Cc>B|"F"BA2A|"C"G>E"G"ED|"C"C3G| w:there that An-nie Lau-rie gave me her prom-ise true, gave "C"c>c"G"dd|"C"e3G|"C"c>c"G"dd|"C"e2e>d| w:me her prom-ise true, which ne'er for-got will be. And for "C"c>B"F"A(c/A/)|"C"GE(E>D)|"C"(C/c)E/"G"E>D|"C"C3|] w:Bon-nie An-nie_ Lau-rie I'd_ lay_ me doon an' dee. % W:1 W:Maxwellton braes are Bonnie, where Early fa's the dew, W:and it's there that Annie Laurie gave me her promise true, W: gave me her promise true, W: which ne'er forgot will be. W:And for Bonnie Annie Laurie I'd lay me doon an' dee. W:Her brow is like the snowdrift, her neck is like the swan, W:her face it is the fairest that e'er the sun shone on, W: that e'er the sun shone on. W: And dark blue is her e'e. W:And for Bonnie Annie Laurie I'd lay me doon an' dee. W: W:2 W:Maxwelton' braes are bonny W:Where early falls the dew, W:And it's there that Annie Laurie W:Gi'ed me her promise true. W:Gi'ed me her promise true, W:Which ne'er forgot will be, W:And for bonny Annie Laurie, W:I'd lay me doon and dee. W: W:2 W:Her brow is like the snowdrift, W:Her neck is like the swan, W:Her face it is the fairest W:That e'er the sun shone on. W:That e'er the sun shone on, W:And dark blue is her e'e; W:And for bonny Annie Laurie, W:I'd lay me doon and dee. W: W:3 W:Like dew on the gowan lying, W:Is the fa'o' her fairy feet, W:And like winds in summer sighing, W:Her voice is low and sweet. W:Her voice is low and sweet, W:And she's a' the world to me; W:And for bonny Annie Laurie, W:I'd lay me doon and dee. % % % % % % After The Campfire Song Book % My Own Song Book % The Song And The Story % Songs From Hazzards Huzzah % % % % %]

						
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Song by William Douglas and Lady John Scott

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Category - Love song