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Jack-A-Roe

Artist:Bob Dylan  Album:World Gone Wrong  Composer:TRADITIONAL 

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Oh, there was a wealthy merchant, in London he did dwell. He had a lovely daughter, the truth to you I'll tell, Oh, the truth to you I'll tell. She had sweethearts a-plenty and men of high degree. There was none but Jackie Frazier, her true love e'er to be, Oh, her true love e'er to be. "Oh daughter, oh daughter, your body I will confine. If none but Jack the sailor would ever suit your mind, Oh, would ever suit your mind. "This body you may imprison, my heart you can't confine. There's none but Jack the sailor would have this heart of mine, Oh, would have this heart of mine. Now Jackie's gone sailing with trouble on his mind. To leave his native country and his darling girl behind, Oh, his darling girl behind. She went into the tailor shop and dressed in men's array, Then she went into the vessel to convey herself away, Oh, convey herself away. "Before you step onboard, sir,


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