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The Outlandish Knight ukulele

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 G          Em            G            Em
Lady Margaret she sits in her bower sewing
   C             D7  G
Ma-ba and the lilly ba
     C             D7              G        Em
When she saw the knight with his horn a-blowing
     Em         G             Em
On the very first morning of May

    G          Em            G            Em
Oh I wish that I had that horn I hear blowing
   C             D7  G
Ma-ba and the lilly ba
    C            D7         G               Em
And that young knight to sleep here on my breast
    Em          G            Em
On the very first morning of May.

     G          Em            G            Em
Now the lady she had these words scarce spoke
   C           D7  G
Ma-ba and a lilly ba
     C             D7              G        Em
When in at her window the knight come a jumping
    Em         G              Em
On the very first morning of May 

    G         Em         G          Em
Oh strange it is, oh strange young woman
   C            D7  G
Ma-ba and the lilly ba
    C                D7                  G        Em
I can scarce blow my horn since I hear you a-calling
      Em           G          Em
On the very first morning of May 

      G        Em         G            Em
Go fetch you gold from your father’s table
     C       D7  G
Deliver it unto me
    C             D7             G        Em
And the fastest horses in your father’s stable
   Em          G            Em
Where there sat thirty and three

   G          Em            G            Em
So he’s mounted him on the black black horse
    C                 D7  G
And she’s rode the dapple grey
    C           D7                   G        Em
And they rode til they came to the broad sea-shore
    Em          G             Em
Just three hours before it was day

    G          Em        G            Em
Lie down, lie down off your horse he says
     C            D7  G
And deliver it up to me
    C         D7                G        Em
For it’s six pretty maids I have drowned here
   Em          G             Em
And the seventh one you shall be

    G          Em         G            Em
Take off, take off all your clothes he said
   C              D7  G
And deliver them unto me
C         D7                  G        Em
For they are far too fine and costly robes
   Em           G            Em
For to rot in the salt of the sea

    G        Em           G            Em
Lie down, lie down off your horse she said
     C              D7  G
And turn your back unto me
C          D7           G        Em
For it’s not fitting that any gentleman
Em       G          Em
A naked lady should see

    G          Em             G            Em
So he’s lighted him down off his horse so high
    C             D7  G
And he’s turned onto she
    C              D7             G       Em
And she’s catched around the middle so small
Em                G                   Em
And she’s tumbled him all down in the sea

    G       Em        G          Em
Sometimes he sank, sometimes he swam
     C                   D7  G
And it’s ma-ba and the lilly ba
C            D7         G        Em
Oh help, oh help me pretty mistress
Em        G       Em
Or drowned I shall be

    G          Em         G            Em
Lie there lie there oh you false young man
    C             D7  G
Lie there instead of me
     C               D7         G           Em
For it’s six pretty maids you have drowned there
    Em            G              Em
And the seventh one has drowned thee

      G          Em          G            Em
So she’s mounted her on the black black horse
    C                D7  G
And she’s led the dapple grey
     C            D7            G           Em
And she rode til she came to her father’s house
   Em        G         Em
An hour before it was day

   G          Em          G        Em
A parrot sitting up at her window side
    C                 D7  G
It’s ma-ba and the lilly ba
     C          D7        G           Em
Oh where have you been my pretty mistress
 Em          G       Em
An hour before it is day

   G             Em                  G        Em
Don’t you prattle don’t you prattle my pretty polly
    C                    D7  G
Don’t you tell the tales on me
      C              D7                G           Em
And your cage shall be made of the best glittering gold
Em           G             Em
And your perch of the best ivory

   G             Em            G        Em
But her father sitting up at his window side
    C                    D7  G
On hearing the parrot he did say
  C          D7         G         Em
Oh what is the matter my pretty polly
Em           G               Em
That you cry so long before day?

  G         Em          G        Em
Oh there come a cat to my window side
    C                    D7  G
And it’s ma-ba and the lilly ba
  C          D7      G           Em
And I was calling my pretty mistress
Em                    G          Em
Just to frighten that pussy cat away

            
            
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