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Come All You Fair And Tender Ladies 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. #
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
Come All You Fair And Tender Ladies (Maidens)
Rosanne Cash  from The Songcatcher (traditional Appalachian music, sometimes known as 
Little Sparrow, performed by many artists, in different keys. Emmylou Harris, Peter, Paul 
and Mary, The Carter Family, Lumiere, Gene Clark, Dolly Pardon , Joan Baez etc)

(words from the Joan Baez version)

F


F
Come all ye fair and tender ladies.
                               C
Be careful how you court young men.
               Gm  C              F
They're like a star on a summer's morning.
               C   Gm    C            F    Fsus4*
They'll first appear and then they're gone.

F
They'll tell you some loving story
                                     C
They'll declare to you their love is true
               Gm  C               F
Then they will go   and court some other
               C   Gm    C        F   Fsus4*
And that's the love they have for you

F
Do you remember our days of courting
                           C
When your head lay upon my breast
                  Gm     C                     F
You could make me believe with falling of your arm
             C  Gm  C      F    Fsus4*
That the sun rose   in the West

F
I wish I was a little sparrow,
                              C
And I had wings with which to fly
              Gm  C              F
Right over to see  my false true-lover,
              C     Gm  C      F    Fsus4*
And when he's talking   I'd be nigh.

F
But I'm not a little sparrow,
                              C
I have no wings with which to fly
         Gm  C             F
So I sit here in grief and sorrow,
            C   Gm  C        F
To weep and pass my troubles by.


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