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The Jolly Beggars - As I Roved Out ukulele

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As I Roved Out as performed by "The Jolly Beggars"


Note that  Di-re fol-de-diddle is in mixed meter (3+3+2) which looks like:

Di-re fol-de-diddle
(2+1) (2+1) (2)


Am              G
Who are you, me pretty fair maid,
Am                  G
And who are you, me honey?
Am              G
Who are you, me pretty fair maid,
Am                  G
And who are you, me honey?
Am
She answered me modestly,
G
I am me mommy's darlin'
Am                G                 C     G             Am
With me Too-ry-ay Fol-de-diddle-day Di-re fol-de-diddle Dai-rie oh
                                   
Am                   G
Won't you come to me mommy's house,
Am                       G
When the moon is shining clearly?
Am                   G 
Won't you come to me mommy's house,
Am                       G
When the moon is shining clearly?
Am                          G
I'll open the door and I'll let you in,

And divvil-a-one will hear us!
Am                G                C     G              Am
With me Too-ry-ay Fol-de-diddle-day Di-re fol-de-diddle Dai-rie oh

Am                            G
So I went to her house in the middle of the night
Am                        G
When the moon was shining clearly
Am                            G
So I went to her house in the middle of the night
Am                        G
When the moon was shining clearly
Am                      G
She opened the door and she let me in and 

divil the one did hear us

Am                G                 C     G             Am
With me Too-ry-ay Fol-de-diddle-day Di-re fol-de-diddle Dai-rie oh

Am                       G
She took me horse by the bridle and the bit
Am                 G
And led him to the stable
Am                       G
She took me horse by the bridle and the bit
    Am             G
And led him to the stable
        Am                           G
Saying "There's plenty of oats for a soldier's horse,
 
To eat it if he's able"
Am                G                C     G              Am
With me Too-ry-ay Fol-de-diddle-day Di-re fol-de-diddle Dai-rie oh

Am                      G
Then she took me by the lily-white hand
Am                    G
And she led me to the table
Am                      G
Then she took me by the lily-white hand
Am            G
Led me to the table
Am                                   G  
Saying "There's plenty of wine for a soldier boy,

To drink if he is able"
Am                G                C     G              Am
With me Too-ry-ay Fol-de-diddle-day Di-re fol-de-diddle Dai-rie oh

Am                  G
Then I got up and I made the bed
Am                 G
I made it nice and aisy
Am                  G
Then I got up and I made the bed
Am                 G
I made it nice and aisy
Am                 G
The I got up and I laid her down

Saying "Lassie, are you able? "
Am                G                C     G              Am
With me Too-ry-ay Fol-de-diddle-day Di-re fol-de-diddle Dai-rie oh

Am                        G
And there we lay till the break of day
Am                G 
Divil the one did hear us
Am                        G
And there we lay till the break of day
Am                    G
And divil the one did hear us
Am                         G
Then I arose and put on me clothes

Saying "Lassie, I must leave you"
Am                G                C     G              Am
With me Too-ry-ay Fol-de-diddle-day Di-re fol-de-diddle Dai-rie oh

Am                  G 
And when will you return again
Am               G
When will we get married?
Am                  G
And when will you return again
Am               G  
When will we get married?
Am                      G 
When broken shells make Christmas bells

We might then get married
Am                G                C     G              Am
With me Too-ry-ay Fol-de-diddle-day Di-re fol-de-diddle Dai-rie oh

            
            
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