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GUEST,MCP Lyr Req: The Moss o' Burreldale (12) Tune Add: THE MOSS O' BURRELDALE 23 Nov 04


And here are the tunes as promised. The chorus in the 2nd version uses the same tune as the verse.

Mick



X: 1
T:The Moss O' Burreldale
M:4/4
L:1/8
S:Norman Buchan & Peter Hall: The Scottish Folksinger
K:G
B>A|G>AG>E D>CB,>C|D<DG>F G2
w:Hiv ye i-ver seen a tink-ler's camp up-on a sim-mer's nicht,
G>A|B>AG>E D2 B,>D|(E<A)A>B A2
w:On the nicht a-fore the mar-ket, fan a'_ things gaun richt,
(B>A)|G>AG>E D2 B,>D|D<Dc>B A2
w:Fan_ a' the tramps an' haw-kers they come fae hill an' dale,
(B>c)|d>Bc>A G<BD>D|E<GDF G2
w:Tae_ gaith-er in the gloa-min' on the Moss o' Bur-rel-dale.
D>D|G>FG>A B<BB>A|G>AG>E D3
w: Fan the ale wis on-ly tup-pence an' a tan-ner bocht a gill,
D|E>DE>G D>EFB,/C/|D<Dc>B A2
w:A be-som or a til-ley pan, or a shelt we aye could sell,
B>c|d>Bc>A G>BDD/D/|E>GD>B A2
w:An' we a' for-got oor trou-bles ow-er a "for-ty "o' sma' ale,
B>A|G>AG>E D>CB,>C|D<GG>F G2||
w:Fan we gaith-ered in the gloa-min' on the Moss o' Bur-rel-dale

X: 2
T:The Moss O' Burreldale
M:6/8
L:1/8
S:Peter Kennedy: Folk Songs of Britain & Ireland originally from Jimmy McBeath
K:G
B2 A|G2 A G2 E|D2 C B,2 D|E G2 G2 A|G3- G2
w:Have ye ev-er seen a tink-ler's camp upon a sum-mer's night_
A|B2 B B2 A|(G2 E) D2 D|E2 A (A B2)|A3- A2
w:A night be-fore a mar_ket when all things goin_' right_
A|G2 G E2 G|(D2 C) B,2 C|D2 D c2 B|A3- A2
w:When a' the tramps and haw_kers they come from hill and dale_
B|d2 c B2 A|G2 E D2 D|E2 G G A2|G3||
w:To gath-er in the gloam-in' in the Moss o' Bur-rel-dale?


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