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One Morning In May ukulele

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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From: sjohnson@aol.com

One Morning In May
(Public Domain, arr. James Taylor )

One morning, one morning, one morning in May [ A G D A ]
I spied a young couple, they were making their way [ A G D E ]
One was a maiden, so bright and so fair [ A F#m D A ]
and the other was a soldier and a brave volunteer [ A D E A ]

"Good Morning, Good Morning, Good Morning," said he [ A G D A ]
"And where are you going, My pretty lady?" [ A G D E ]
"I'm going out a-walking on the banks of the sea [ A F#m D A ]
Just to see the waters rise and hear the Nightingale sing." [ A D E A ]

Now they had not been standing but a minute or two [ A G D A ]
When out of his knapsack a fiddle he drew [ A G D E ]
And the tune that he played made the valleys all ring [ A F#m D A ]
"O hark," cried the maiden, "hear the Nightingale sing." [ A D E A ]

"O maiden, fair maiden, it's time to give o'er." [ A G D A ]
"O no, kind soldier, please play one tune more [ A G D E ]
For I'd rather hear your fiddle at the touch of one string [ A F#m D A ]
Than to see the waters rise and hear the Nightingale sing." [ A D E A ]

"O soldier, kind soldier, will you marry me?" [ A G D A ]
"O no, pretty maiden, that never shall be; [ A G D E ]
I've a wife now in London and children twice three [ A F#m D A ]
Two wives and the army's too many for me." [ A D E A ]

"Well, I'll go back to London and I'll stay there for a year [ A G D A ]
It's often that I'll think of you, my little dear [ A G D E ]
And if ever I return, it will be in the spring [ A F#m D A ]
Just to see the waters rise and hear the Nightingale sing [ A D E A ]
To see the waters rise and hear the Nightingale sing." [ A D E A ]

            
            
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