Wednesday, November 3, 2010

The Bonny Hawthorn



The Bonny Hawthorn



D G D
1. [: One midsummer's morn when all nature looks gay
A Hmi A D
I met lovely Jeannie a taking the air :]
A
I said my lovely creature come tell me where you dwell?
D G D A D
Beside the bonny hawthorn that blooms in the vale
A
that blooms in the vale that blooms in the vale
D G D A D
beside the bonny hawthorn that blooms in the vale.

2. Now hark bonny Bess to the birds in yon grove
how sweetly they sing when invites her to roam
I said my lovely creature come tell me where you dwell?
Beside the bonny hawthorn that blooms in the vale
that blooms in the vale that blooms in the vale
beside the bonny hawthorn that blooms in the vale.

3. She pressed me and said that my love was sincere
not one on the green was so charming and fair
so I listened with great pleasure to a kind and tender care
beside the bonny hawthorn that blooms in the vale
that blooms in the vale that blooms in the vale
beside the bonny hawthorn that blooms in the vale.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Dell. Not vale. That makes it rhyme!

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