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L:1/8 M:2/4 K:G P:verse D | G G A D | G G/ G/ A2 | w:As I was going to Straw-ber-ry fair, A d A d | B/ c/ B/ A/ G D3/4 D/4 | w:Sing-jng, sing-ing but-ter-cups and dai-sies I G G A D | G G/ G/ A B/ c/ | d3 B | w:met a mai-den sel-ling her wares Fol-de-dee Her c B A B | c B/ B/ A B | w:eyes were blue and gol-den her hair As c B A G | F/ F/ E !fermata!D2 | w:I go on to Straw-ber-ry Fair P:chorus |:G G A d | B c/ B/ A/ G D | G G A d | B/ G/ A/ F/ !fermata!G2 :| w:Ri-fol, ri-fol, tol-de-rid-dle-li-do, Ri-fol, ri-fol, tol-de-rid-dle-dee % W: W:1 W:As I was going to Strawberry fair, W:Singjng, singing buttercups and daisies, W:I met a maiden taking her wares, W:Fol-de-dee ! W:Her eyes were blue and golden her hair, W:As I go on to Strawberry Fair. W: W:ch W:Ri-fol, ri-fol, tol-de-rid-dle-li-do, W:Ri-fol, ri-fol, tol-de-rid-dle-dee. W: W:2 W:Kind sir, pray pick of my basket she said W:My cherries ripe or my roses red, W:My strawberries sweet I can of them spare W:As I go on to Strawberry fair. W: W:3 W:Your cherries soon will be wasted away, W:Your roses wither and never stay, W:'Tis not to seek such perishing ware W:That I am tramping to Strawberry Fair. W: W:4 W:I want to purchase a generous heart, W:A tongue that is neither nimble nor tart W:An honest mind, but such trifles are rare, W:I doubt if they're found at Strawberry Fair. W: W:5 W:The price I offer my sweet maid, W:A ring of gold on your finger displayed, W:So come make over to me your ware, W:In church today at Strawberry Fair. W: W:Version 2 W: W:As I was going to Strawberry fair, W:Singjng, singing buttercups and daisies, W:I met a maiden taking her ware, W:Fol-de-dee ! W:Her eyes were blue and golden her hair, W:As I go on to Strawberry Fair. W: W:ch W:Ri-fol, ri-fol, tol-de-rid-dle-li-do, W:Ri-fol, ri-fol, tol-de-rid-dle-dee. W: W:2 W:Kind sir, pray pick of my basket she said W:My cherries ripe or my roses red, W:My strawberries sweet I can of them spare W:As I go on to Strawberry fair. W: W:3 W:Your cherries soon will be wasted away, W:Your roses wither and never stay, W:'Tis not to seek such perishing ware W:That I am tramping to Strawberry Fair. W: W:4 W:I want to purchase a generous heart, W:A tongue that is neither nimble nor tart W:An honest mind, but such trifles are rare, W:I doubt if they're found at Strawberry Fair. W: W:5 W:The price I offer my sweet maid, W:A ring of gold on your finger displayed, W:So come make over to me your ware, W:In church today at Strawberry Fair. % % % % % % % % % %]

	



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