ALLAN TAYLOR


Robin Hood Lyrics

O, there's many one sings of the grass, the grass
And many one sings of the corn
But those that sing of good Robin Hood, know little
where he was born

O, William was large of limb and life and come of high
degree
And he has gone to Earl Richard to serve for a meat and
fee
Earl Richard had one daughter dear, the fairest in the
land
And William he has courted her to ask her for her hand

O, would my father should get word, what's passed
'tween you and me
Before that he should eat or drink, he'd hang you to a
tree
When 9 months they were at an end and 8 months they
were gone
Young William took his lady fair unto the wood alone

For he was large of limb and life and held her in his
arms
She's born to him a fine young son among the leaves so
green

When night was gone, the day did come, the sun began to
peep
Up and raised the Earl Richard out of your drowsy sleep
He called upon his merry men by one, by two, by three
O, what has come of my daughter dear, that she's not
come to me
They sought her fore, they sought her back, they sought
her up and down
They found her in the good green wood nursing a fine
young son

Earl Richard took the baby boy and kissed him tenderly
Though I would see your father hung, your mother's dear
to me
He kissed him once and twice again, my grandson I thee
claim
And Robin Hood in the good green wood and that shall be
your name

O, there's many one sings of the grass, the grass
And many one sings of the corn
But those that sing of good Robin Hood know little
where he was born

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