The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #54759   Message #860833
Posted By: MMario
07-Jan-03 - 01:52 PM
Thread Name: Songs of the Sailor and Lumberman
Subject: Tune Add: THE SCOW ON COWDEN SHORE
N-The Scow on Cowden Shore (3)
C-from the singing of Charlie Chamberlin
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S-108
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B-6/8
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M-5R-5 b-4 c-8 d-4 d-8 d-4 b-8 c-8 b-4_b-4 G-8 a-4 a-8 a-4 G-8 F-8 D-4 E-4 F-8
L-Mi-chael Hayd'n and Pat-rick Bug-gy one night got ver-y drug-gy, Oh, the
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M-3G-4 G-8 G-4 a-8 G-4 a-8 b-4 c-8 d-4 d-8 b-4 G-8
L-night was dark and fog-gy, you could hear the dead-ly
B-9/8
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M-1c-2_c-8 R-8 b-4 c-8
L-roar; there were
B-6/8
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M-5d-4 d-8 d-4 a-8 b-8 b-4_b-4 G-8 a-4 b-8 a-4 G-8 F-4 D-8 E-4 F-8 G-4 F-8 G-4 a-8
L-men from Ri-chi-buc-to and more from O-ro-moc-to, Res-ti-gouch-ers and Pug-
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M-5b-4 c-8 d-4 b-8 a-8 a-4 G-4 F-8 G-5 R-5 R-5 b-4 c-8 d-4 d-8 d-4 d-8
L-moosh-ers and Mac-Don-alds by the score He could make a song and
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M-5c-8 b-4_b-4 G-8 a-4 b-8 a-4 E-8 F-4 D-8 E-4 F-8 G-4 G-8 G-4 G-8 G-4 a-8 b-4 c-8
L-sing it, and in-to rhyme he'd bring it, And the ti-tle I will give the tune is
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M-5d-4 d-8 b-8 G-4 c-2_c-8 R-8 R-5 b-4 c-8 d-4 d-8 d-4 b-8 c-4 b-8 a-4 G-8
L-'Fair-bank Bul-la-more' There were men of dif-ferent ra-ces with their
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M-5a-4 b-8 a-4 E-8 F-4 D-8 E-4 F-8 G-4 F-8 G-4 a-8 b-4 d-8 d-4 G-8 F-4 a-8 G-4 F-8
L-pale and swarth-y fa-ces, and they were hard men to con-quer on the scow on Cow-en
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M-1G-5 R-5
L-shore.