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L:1/8 K:F z A (3GFG|"F"A4-"Bb"AG (3FFD|"F"C4 z2 FE| w:The wat-er is wide,_ I can-not get o'er, Neith-er "Dm"F4-FG A(B/A/)|"Gm"G4-"C"GG AB|"Am"c4-cB/A/ G<F| w:have_ I wings to_ fly._ Give me a boat_ that can car-ry "Bb"A4-AG FD|"C7"C4-CC (3DFG|"F Bb"F8-|"F"F4|] w:two,_ and both shall cross,_ my true love and I. W: W:1 W:The water is wide, I cannot get o'er, W:Neither have I wings to fly. W:Give me a boat that can carry two, W:and both shall cross, my true love and I. W: W:2 W:I leaned back against an oak, W:Thinking it was a mighty tree, W:But first it bent and then it broke, W:So did my love prove false to me. W: W:3 W:I put my hand on some soft bush, W:Thinking the sweetest flower to find, W:I pricked my finger to the bone, W:And left the sweetest flower behind. W: W:4 W:Oh, love is handsome and love is kind, W:Gay as a jewel when it's new, W:But love grows old and waxes cold, W:And fades away like morning dew. W: W:5 W:The water is wide, I cannot get o'er, W:Neither have I wings to fly. W:Give me a boat that can carry two, W:and both shall cross, my true love and I.