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Eitre - William Taylor ukulele

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D                              G                 A
William Taylor was a brisk young sailor 

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Full of heart and full of play 

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Till his mind he did uncover 

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To a youthful lady gay


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Four and twenty British sailors 

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Met him on the king's highway 

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As he went for to be married 
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Pressed he was and sent away


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Folleri-de-dom, de- daerai diddero 

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Folleri-de-dom, domme daerai dae
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Folleri-de-dom, de- daerai diddero 

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Folleri-de-dom, domme daerai dae


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Sailor's clothing she put on 

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And she went on board as a man-o-war 
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Her pretty little fingers long and slender 

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They were smeared with pitch and tar


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On the ship there was a battle 

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She amongst the rest did fight 

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The wind blew off her silver buttons 

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Breasts were bared all snowy white


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When the captain did discover 

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He said Fair maid, what brought you here? 
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Sir, I'm seeking William Taylor. 

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Pressed he was by you last year.


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If you rise up in the morning. 

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Early at the break of day. 

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There you'll find young William Taylor 
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Walking with his lady gay.


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She rose early in the morning 

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Early at the break of day 

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There she spied young William Taylor 

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Walking with his lady gay


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She procured a pair of pistols 

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On the ground where she did stand 

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Theer she shot bold William Taylor 

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And the lady at his right hand


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Folleri-de-dom, de- daerai diddero 

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Folleri-de-dom, domme daerai dae
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Folleri-de-dom, de- daerai diddero 

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Folleri-de-dom, domme daerai dae

            
            
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