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K:C C/2 | (C3/4D/4) C/2 c c/2 | d3/4 c/4 B/2 A G/4 G/4 | G3/4 A/4 G/2 G F/2 | (G3/2 G) F/2 | w:Come, las-ses and lads, get leave or your dads, and aw-ay to the may-pole hie - For F A/2 (A3/4^G/4) A/2 | F/2 A/2 A/2 A B/4 B/4 | (c3/4B/4) A/2 B ^G/2 | (A3/2 A) =G/2 | w:ev-ry fair - has a sweet-heart there, and the fidd -ler's stand-ing by - For (G3/4A/4) G/2 c B/2 | (A3/2 A) A/2 | (A3/4B/4) A/2 d c/2 | ((B3/2 B3/4)c/4) d/2 | w:Wil-ly shall dance with Jane - and Joh-nny has got his Joan -- To e c/2 d B/2 | (c3/4B/4) A/2 G F/2 | (G3/4A/4) B/2 c F/2 | D3/2 z/2 (c/2d/2) | w:trip it, trip it, trip - it, trip it, trip - it up and down To - e c/2 d B/2 | (c3/4B/4) A/2 G F/2 | (F3/4G/4) A/2 G B/2 | (c3/2 c) z/2 || w:trip it, trip it, trip - it, trip it, trip - it up and down. % W: W:1 W:Come, lasses and lads, get leave or your dads, and away to the maypole hie, W:For ev'ry fair has a sweetheart there, and the fiddler's standing by; W:For Willy shall dance with Jane, and Johnny has got his Joan, W:To trip it, trip it, trip it, trip it, trip it up and down, W:To trip it, trip it, trip it, trip it, trip it up and down. W:. W:2 W:Begin! says Hal; "0 yes!" says Moll, "We'll lead up Packington's Pound." W:"Do, do!" says Jess; "No, no!" says Bess, 'We'll first have Sellenger's Round!" W:Then every lad did take His hat off to his lass W:And ev'ry girl did curtsey, curtsey, curtsey on the grass, W:And ev'ry girl did curtsey, curtsey, curtsey on the grass. W: W:2 W:You're out! says Dick; "Not I," says Nick. "'Twas the fiddler played it wrong." W:"'Tis true!" says Hugh, and so says Sue, and so says ev'ry one. W:The fiddler then began To play the tune again, W:And ev'ry girl did trip it, trip it, trip it to the men, W:And ev'ry girl did trip it, trip it, trip it to the men. W: W:3 W: Now they did stay the whole of the day, and tired the fiddler quite W:With dance and play, without any pay, from morning unto night W:They told the fiddler then They'd pay him for his play, W:And each a twopence, twopence, twopence gave him and went away, W:And each a twopence, twopence, twopence gave him and went away. W: W:4 W:Goodnight! says Harry; "Goodnight!" says Mary; "Goodnight!" says Poll to John, W:Goodnight! says Sue to her sweetheart Hugh, "Goodnight!" says ev'ryone. W:Some walked and some did run; some loitered on the way, W:And bound themselves by kisses twelve, to meet the next holiday, W:And bound themselves by kisses twelve, to meet the next holiday % % % % % % % % %]

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