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Thread #62191 Message #1005150
Posted By: Malcolm Douglas
20-Aug-03 - 08:44 AM
Thread Name: Lyr Req: Cock a doodle doo
Subject: Tune Add: COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO
I said I'd post the tune; here it is. Sam sang the first verse a little differently that time, so note that the words are slightly different from the text above.
S:Sam Larner, Winterton, Norfolk.
Z:Tish Stubbs & Sam Richards, 1977.
B:The English Folksinger. Collins, 1979.
A|A2 F A 2F|c c2 c2 B|A2 A GFE|D3-D2
w:When walk-ing out the oth-er day a-long Vic-to-ri-a Park_
E|EEE EEE|c2 c c2 B|A2 A A2 A|A3-A2
w:A-long with a ve-ry old friend of mine we went out for a lark_
F|A2 A A2 A|c c2 c2 B|A2 A G2 E|D3-D2
w:We saw a man there sel-ling fowls, he had a love-ly stock_
E|E2 E E2 E|E2 E c2 B|A2 A G2 E||
w:I hand-ed him a half-a-crown and he gave me a...
|:D2 A A2 A|A3 z3|D2 B B2 B|B3 z3|
ccc ccc|c2 c c2 B|A2 A G2 E|D6:|]
w:Hick-et-ty pick-et-ty you know what, it's quite e-nough for you.