Ian Robb

Ian Robb - Clear Away The Morning Dew

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As I walked out one morning fair
To see what I could shoot
I there espied a pretty fair maid
Come a-tripping by the road

And sing: 
Hail the dewy morning'
Blow all the winds high-O
Clear away the morning dew
How sweet the winds do blow

We both jogged on together
'Til we came to some pooks of hay
She said: "Young man, there is a place
Where you and I can lay"

And sing: 
Hail the dewy morning'
Blow all the winds high-O
Clear away the morning dew
How sweet the winds do blow

I put me arms around her waist
And I tried to throw her down
She said: "Young man, the dewy grass
Will rumple my silk gown"

And sing: 
Hail the dewy morning'
Blow all the winds high-O
Clear away the morning dew
How sweet the winds do blow

"But if you come to me father's house
There you can lay me down
You can take away me maidenhead
Likewise a thousand pounds"

And sing: 
Hail the dewy morning'
Blow all the winds high-O
Clear away the morning dew
How sweet the winds do blow

So I took her to her father's house
But there she locked me out
She said' "Young man, I'm a maid within
And you're a fool without!"

And sing: 
Hail the dewy morning'
Blow all the winds high-O
Clear away the morning dew
How sweet the winds do blow

So it's if you come to a pretty maid
A mile outside of town
Don't you take no heed of the dewy grass
Or the rumpling of her gown

Hail the dewy morning'
Blow all the winds high-O
Clear away the morning dew
How sweet the winds do blow
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Released in: 1979

Language: English

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