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Of course the fresh new battles has reached an-end, That I’s get back heam using my Pal, I’le worke to own means for thee to expend, After that prethee le me personally goe with thee Guy, I’le get thee the fresh Apparell read this gay, To wear on thy Wedding day, Upcoming doe maybe not obstruct me We hope, To check out my personal Cavalilly man. O my personal dainty, &c.
The Soldier reading off their particular imply, Is loath to leave their unique every alean, And you will she also him was gaen, To adhere to their Cavalilly people: She vows which he his area takes, And even though their existence was basically laid at’th share, Sheel rather pass away following him forsake, To follow their Cavalilly guy. O my dainty Cavalilly people, My finiken Cavalilly guy, To possess Gods End up in as well as the Protestants, We prethee ce me goe which have thee man.
Grove last registered a good ballad in the Stationers’ Register may 29, 1658, but proceeded adding ‘Entered centered on Order’ on most out-of his broadsides until his demise in 1663. It seems becoming of around 1660.
Which tune proves fascinating in lots of respects. Here we have a vintage verse on the Scots “Dickey Macphalion “(Sharpe, A beneficial Ballad Book ) while the infamous Irish “Shule Aroon” otherwise “Shule Agrah”.
It appears fairly clear that the track “Cavalilly guy” are Scots, plus it occurs in a seventeenth century Scots sounds manuscript once the “Roger, the new Cavalier”.
New song in some way is actually connected to the part offered inside Wm. Chappell’s PMOT, p. 439, “Of the edging top whenever i did pass”, out-of Bodleian MS Ashmole thirty six, 37. Check out far more outlines of your 10 passages. The best I can take a look at tune is actually:
Of the boundaries front side once i performed pas All in brand new tyme regarding Lenton it was We heard a great Scotchman & their Lass Are talking Like and Lee
He courted their own for the Scottish worde Such as for instance vocabulary since the ye Lande aforde Commonly thou not leave your Laird & Lorde My personal Jo, and gan beside me.
In order to cut with your geat & a we not We dare maybe not quick yt waefull Knot To have in the event that my father he gitt wott He’ll me sow mi feam.[?
However, liking if i had my often I’de pursue your or’e Hooper’s Hill Otherwise Lea, & Ling & of a lot a good Gill I’le[?] adequate ye’re Burke & aw.
[Right here they turns quite bawdy, however, We be sorry for I was a bit newbie within manuscript discovering at the enough time I watched so it, and that i you will comprehend little of it.]
, 1906, lead ‘Old Irish Beat Conditions Antique setup from the Herbert Hughes’. I already had the song, therefore i merely duplicated the newest track.]
A wee bit across the lea, my personal lads, A wee part o’er the environmentally friendly, New birds flew toward bad people’s corn, ‘Twas dreadful they’d not s-s-s-s-s-s-seen, my lads, ‘Twas feared they had not seen.
The fresh new away appeared this new bonny wee lass And you will she is O! thus reasonable And you can she went on the bad people’s corn So you’re able to find out if the new birds was th/th/th/th/th/th/truth be told there, my lads, To see if this new birds are there.
And aside emerged the fearless young chap In which he try a beneficial fisherman’s son And then he went toward terrible mans corn To pick the spot where the lass had grams/g/g/g/g/g/moved, my personal lads, To see the spot where the lass had gone.
The guy set their case up to their particular sides The guy kissed their cheek and jaw After that aside spake new bonny early lass “I worry it is an excellent s/s/s/s/s/s/sin, my personal lad, “I worry it’s a beneficial sin.”