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wildlone 31 Oct 99 - 04:24 PM
Barbara 31 Oct 99 - 04:16 PM
wildlone 31 Oct 99 - 02:53 PM
Barbara 31 Oct 99 - 01:44 PM
Chris Nixon 31 Oct 99 - 01:20 PM
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Subject: RE: Threescore and ten
From: wildlone
Date: 31 Oct 99 - 04:24 PM

Never mind Barbara you should see my efforts at the blue bugger
Damien Barber has recorded a good version on his tape
Blass Me.
it is well worth buying if you see it


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Subject: RE: Threescore and ten
From: Barbara
Date: 31 Oct 99 - 04:16 PM

Oh. Duh. Blue clicky thing to Three Score and Ten.


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Subject: RE: Threescore and ten
From: wildlone
Date: 31 Oct 99 - 02:53 PM

The only thing that I can find in any of my books is,
Traditional.
There is a poem displayed in the Bradley Arms,Bradley Crossroads, Grimsby. That has 9 verses.
Taken from,"Songs Worth Singing" compiled by R.G.Brooker.
I have not seen it myself, but maybe a Catter has.


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Subject: RE: Threescore and ten
From: Barbara
Date: 31 Oct 99 - 01:44 PM

Here's a link to the song and tune in the database, but it doesn't give an author, only who recorded it. THREE SCORE AND TEN
Blessings,
Barbara


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Subject: Threescore and ten
From: Chris Nixon
Date: 31 Oct 99 - 01:20 PM

Threescore and ten - a song about a severe storm on the east coast of England which wrecked a large number of inshore fishing boats. I have the lyrics and music - in fact I perform the song with almost tedious regularity - but, sinner that I am, I don't know who wrote it. It may just be "traditional", but as the event was in the early part of this century, I expect an author lurks out there somewhere. Any ideas?


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