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Lyr Req: Cadgwith Anthem (from Steeleye Span)

DigiTrad:
BEAUTY OF KASHMIR
BEAVER DAM ROAD
CADGWITH ANTHEM
COME FILL UP YOUR GLASSES (Robbers)
THE CANDLEFORD ANTHEM


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cartwright_david@tandem.com 01 Nov 96 - 04:48 PM
02 Nov 96 - 12:27 AM
Paul Jay > ptjay@fyi.net 08 Nov 96 - 12:45 AM
Tony Fry 08 Nov 96 - 10:11 AM
Master of the Universe 08 Nov 96 - 04:25 PM
Tony Fry (tonyfry@interalpha.co.uk) 12 Nov 96 - 04:54 PM
Tony Fry (tonyfry@interalpha.co.uk) 12 Nov 96 - 04:58 PM
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Subject: Lyric request: Beauty of Kashmir?
From: cartwright_david@tandem.com
Date: 01 Nov 96 - 04:48 PM

Hi, I'm looking for the words (and title) to a traditional song whose first verse goes something like: "Come fill up your glasses and let us be merry For to rob, steel, and plunder it is our intent As we rove through the valley Where the lillies and the roses And the beauty of Kashmir lay a drooping his head

Then away, and away, and awa-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay To the cave in yonder mountain where the robbers retreat.

Thanks in advance, David


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Subject: RE: Lyric request: Beauty of Kashmir?
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Date: 02 Nov 96 - 12:27 AM

I think that I heard that verse on a Doors album, however, I am not sure which album.


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Subject: RE: Lyric request: Beauty of Kashmir?
From: Paul Jay > ptjay@fyi.net
Date: 08 Nov 96 - 12:45 AM

Steel Eye Span sings that song. I think it may be on "Below the Salt" album.


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Subject: RE: Lyric request: Beauty of Kashmir?
From: Tony Fry
Date: 08 Nov 96 - 10:11 AM

That's Steeleye Span and it's on their All Around My Hat album. The song's called "Cadgwith Anthem". I think it's credited to "Trad. arr SteeleyeSpan".

If I get time, I'll type in the lyrics (and those I also promised to do for "Rolling Home").

Tony Fry


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Subject: RE: Lyric request: Beauty of Kashmir?
From: Master of the Universe
Date: 08 Nov 96 - 04:25 PM

I'm the master of the universe. Beware of my terriby stunning force that will kill you all, sinners!!!!!!!! The world is in great danger, so commit suicide all, or my will will kill ouy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Subject: Lyr Add: CADGWITH ANTHEM (from Steeleye Span)
From: Tony Fry (tonyfry@interalpha.co.uk)
Date: 12 Nov 96 - 04:54 PM

CADGWITH ANTHEM
Trad arranged by T. Hart M. Prior R. Kemp B. Johnson & P. Knight
Copyright 1975 by Steeleye Span Music Ltd, controlled for
the world by Chrysalis Music Ltd. All rights reserved

Come fill up your glasses and let us be merry,
For to rob bags of plunder it is our intent.

CHORUS: As we roam through the valleys
Where the lilies and the roses
And the beauty of Kashmir
Lay drooping his head
Then away, then away, then away
To the caves in yonder mountains
Where the robbers retreat

Hush, hush in the distance there's footsteps approaching
Stand, stand and deliver it is our watch cry. CHORUS


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Subject: RE: Lyric request: Beauty of Kashmir?
From: Tony Fry (tonyfry@interalpha.co.uk)
Date: 12 Nov 96 - 04:58 PM

Sorry, there seems to be a problem with the formatting of those lyrics. I put a carriage return at the end of each line so I don't know why. I'm not going to type them in again! The second verse starts with "Hush, hush".

Tony


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