(:redirect quiet=1:) %abc-2.1 stretchlast X:1 T:Lord Thomas Of Winesberry C:Trad M:4/4 L:1/4
K:C C | G G G (G/2F/2) | E D C (c/2d/2) | w:As I look'd over the ~ cas-tle wall, To e (d/2c/2) (B/2c/2) (d/2B/2) | c3 (c/2d/2) | w:see ehat ~ I ~ could ~ see. O e d/2 c/2 d (c/2B/2) | (A/2B/2) (c/2B/2) A (B/2c/2) | w:what should I spy but my own ~ fa-ther's ship Come a (G/2A/2) (G/2F/2) E D | ((G2 G/2)F/2) (E/2F/2) | w:sai -ling a-long the sea ~ ~ Come a G c/2 c/2 E D | C3 z | w:sai-ling a-long the sea? % W: W:1 W:As I looked over the castle wall, W:To see what I could see. W:O what should I spy but my own father's ship W:Come a-sailing along the sea W:Come a-sailing along the sea W: W:2 W:Oh what is the matter,my daughter Jane, W:That you do look so wan. W:I feel you have had some ill sickness W:Or meen courting with some young man. W:Or been courting with some young man. W: W:3 W:O no! I've not had an ill sickness W:Nor been courting with any young man W:But I have been sick, sick to my heart W:Since you've been so long at sea W:Since you've been so long at sea. W: W:4 W:Or is it any noble knight | W:Or any gentle man W:Or is it by chance the reckless lad W:That just has returned from Spain W:That just has returned from Spain W: W:5 W:O no, it is not a noble knight | W:Nor any gentle man W:But I have been wooed by young William W:Who is one of your serving men W:Who is one of your serving men. W: W:6 W:If you will marry my daughter,Jane W:And take her by the hand, W:This day you shall sup and dine with me W:And be heir to all my land. W:And be heir to all my land. W: W:7 W:O I will marry your daughter,Jane W:And take her by the hand W:And today I will sup and dine with you W:But a fig for all your land. W:But a fig for all your land. W: W:8 W:For I have houses and I have land W:And money at my command W:And had it not been for your daughter Jane, W:I was never your serving man. W:I was never your serving man.