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Colin And Phoebe (gezongen door/sung by Ed Rennie)

Well, my dearest Phoebe, tell me why in such haste?
Through the fields and the meadows all day I have chased
In search of my fair one who doth me disdain
I hope that you'll reward me for all my long pain

Go, go, boldest Colin, how dare you be seen
With a virgin like me and is scarcely sixteen?
To be seen with the fair one, I am so afraid
The world will no longer soon call me a maid

Never mind what the world say,it will all proves a lie
We're not all alone, there's a cottage nearby
Let them judge all our actions, be you cheerful, my dear
No harm is intended to my Phoebe I swear

I will go, boldest Colin, you may say as you will
You may lie, swear and flatter, and try your best skill
But before I'll be conquered, I will let you to know
That I will die a virgin, so I say let me go

Oh, oh Phoebe, my charmer, such thoughts I never have
I came here to see if tomorrow you'd wed
But since you so slighted me, I will bid you adieu
And go and seek some other love more kinder than you

Stay, stay, dearest Colin, for a few moments stay
I'll venture to wed if you mean what you say
Let tomorrow first come love, and in church you will find
The girl you want so cruel will always prove kind

Let tomorrow first come love, and in church you will find
The girl you want so cruel will always prove kind

OptimusPrime

Toegevoegd door OptimusPrime op vr 15 aug, 2003 3:58 pm

keeskees

Laatst bijgewerkt door keeskees op do 21 jan, 2021 4:16 am

Auteur: Ed Rennie, Trad
Componist: Ed Rennie, Trad
Uitgever: Fellside Recordings
Taal: Engels

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