LAVENDER BLUE

Lesley Nelson-Burns

Фолк Блюзовая Для начинающих
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Classic folk song of Old New England 
3/4 time  moderately bright.

6   6  -6   6    -5   5  -4   4
Lav-en-der blue, did-dle did-dle

7   -7 -6   6
Lav-en-der green

6   6  -6   6   -5   5  -4   4
When I am king, did-dle did-dle

-4   -4   5   -4
You shall be queen

Chorus:

6    6  -6  6   -5   5  -4   4 
Who told me so, did-dle did-dle

7   -7  -6  6
Who told me so?

7  -7  -6  6    -5   5  -4   4
I told my-self, did-dle did-dle

6  -6  -7  7
I told me so

Lavender's green, diddle diddle
Lavender's blue,
You must love me, diddle diddle
'Cause I love you.

Down in the vale, diddle diddle
Where flowers grow,
And the birds sing, diddle diddle
All in a row.

A brisk young man, diddle diddle
Met with a maid,
And laid her down, diddle diddle
Under the shade.

There they did play, diddle diddle
And kiss and court.
All the fine day, diddle diddle
Making good sport.

I've heard them say, diddle diddle
Since I came hither
That you and I, diddle diddle
Might lie together.

Therefore be kind, diddle diddle
While here we lie,
And you will love, diddle diddle
My dog and I.

For you and I, diddle diddle
Now all are one,
And we will lie, diddle diddle
No more alone.

Lavender's blue, diddle diddle
Lavender's green,
Let me be king, diddle diddle
You be the queen.

Lavender's green, diddle diddle
Lavender's blue,
You must love me, diddle diddle
'Cause I love you.

*For a little history behind this song,
check out:
http://www.contemplator.com/england/lblue.html

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