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The Fair Maid Of Wallington

Artist:June Tabor  Album:Always 

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When we were silly sisters, seven sisters were so mild Five went to bride-bed and five are dead with child Then it's up spoke young Mary and it's single she would bide For if ever she was in man's bed, the same death she would die “Oh, it's take no vows, Mary, for fear they broken be For there is a knight in Wallington asking good will of thee” “Oh, if there is a knight, mother, asking good will of me Then it's in three quarters of a year you may bury me” Well, she had not been in Wallington three quarters and a day Till she was as big with baby as any lady “Oh, is there not a boy in this town that would win up hosen and shoen?” Then it's up spoke a page-boy, “Your errand I will run!” “Give respects to my mother as she sits in her chair of stone Ask her how she likes the news of seven to have but one” When her mother she heard the news, in anger cried she And she's kicked the table with her foot and kicked it with her knee


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