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Clyde's Bonnie Banks

Artist:Christy Moore  Album:Live In Dublin 

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By Clyde's Bonnie Banks as I sadly did wander, Among the pit heaps as evening drew nigh. I spied a fair maiden all dressed in deep mourning, She was weeping and wailing with many a sigh. I stepped up beside her and thus I addressed her; "Pray tell me fair maid of your sorrow and pain." Oh sobbing and sighing at last she did answer; "Johnny Murphy, kind sir, was my true lover's name." Twenty one years of age full of youth and good looking, To work in the mines of high Blantyre he came. The wedding was fixed all the guest were invited, That calm summers evening my Johnny was slain.

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