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Barbara Dickson - The Blacksmith


[VERSE 1:]
                           C     Am
Well, a blacksmith courted me, I loved him a-dearly 
                  C           Am
He played upon his pipes both neat and a-trimly 
         C             G        Am
With his hammer in his hand, he strikes so steady 
                      C         G              Am
And I love to hear him call all round the smithy 

[VERSE 2:]
                        C              Am
Well, I love to watch my love with his hammer a-swinging
                      C           Am
And I love to hear it fall on the anvil a-ringing
          C                G          Am
Well, the note is loud and clear, the sparks are flying
                       C              G      Am
And my love is handsome then, there's no denying

[VERSE 3:]
                        C         Am
My love's at the bellows now, the fire is roaring
                     C        Am
It is getting mighty hot, the flames are soaring
  C               G           Am
Nothing can be so gay when my love is blowing
                           C            G           Am
And at night it's bright as day when my love is blowing

[VERSE 4:]
                   C             Am
Where has my lover gone with his cheeks like roses?
                      C             Am
He has gone across yon fields gathering primroses
         C                   G             Am
And that sun doth shine too clear, it will burn his beauty
                     C         G       Am
I will go and seek my love and do my duty

[VERSE 5:]
                         C             Am
Strange news has come to town, strange news is carried
                          C            Am
Strange news flies up and down that my love is married
        C                   G       Am
Well, I wish him joy though he's my love no longer
                      C          G             Am
But I love my old love still, my blacksmith yonder

                         C     Am              A
And a blacksmith courted me, I loved him a-dearly

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