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The High Kings - As I Roved Out

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[Verse 1]
Am
As I roved out on a May morning
Am
On a May morning right early
   C            G
I spied my love upon the way
                      Am
Oh, Lord but she was early.

Am
Her boots were black, her stockings white
Am
And her buckles shone like silver
     C                 G
She had a dark and a roving eye
                                 Am
And her ear-rings touched her shoulder.

[Chorus]
And she sang
C
lith-a-doo-a, lith-a-doo-a lith-a-doo-a-dee,
         G
And she high-di-lan-di-dee,

and she high-di-lan-di-dee and
Am
she lan-ded x2
Am
she lan-ded

[Verse 2]
Am
“How old are you my bonny, wee girl?
Am
How old are you my Darling?
     C                     G
How old are you my bonny, wee girl?"
                        Am
“I’ll be seventeen on Sunday.”

Am
I went to her house on the top of the hill
Am
When the moon was shining clearly.
      C             G
She arose to let me in
                               Am
But her mother chanced to hear me.

[Chorus]
And she sang
C
lith-a-doo-a, lith-a-doo-a lith-a-doo-a-dee,
         G
And she high-di-lan-di-dee,

and she high-di-lan-di-dee and
Am
she lan-ded x2
Am
she lan-ded

[Verse 3]
Am
She grabbed her by the hair of her head
Am
And out of the room she brought her,
     C                   G
And with the root of a hazel branch
                       Am
She was a well-beat daughter.

Am
“Will you marry me now my soldier boy
Am
Will you marry me now or never?
           C                G
Will you marry me now my soldier boy
                       Am
Can you see I’m done forever.”

Am
“Well I won’t marry you my bonny wee girl,
Am
I won’t marry you my Darling.
    C             G
For I have got a wife at home
                    Am
And how could I disown her?”

[Chorus]
And she sang
C
lith-a-doo-a, lith-a-doo-a lith-a-doo-a-dee,
         G
And she high-di-lan-di-dee,

and she high-di-lan-di-dee and
Am
she lan-ded x2

[Verse]
Am
A pint at night is my delight
Am
And a gallon in the morning.
          C       G
The old women are my heart break
                            Am
But the young ones are my darlings.

Am
As I roved out on a May morning
Am
On a May morning right early
   C              G
I spied my love upon the way
                      Am
Oh, Lord but she was early.

[Chorus]
And she sang
C
lith-a-doo-a, lith-a-doo-a lith-a-doo-a-dee,
         G
And she high-di-lan-di-dee,

and she high-di-lan-di-dee and
Am
she lan-ded x3
Am
she lan-ded
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