Wagoner’s Lad

Appalachian folk song Joan Baez

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Appalachian folk song
Joan Baez
Key: F

Played in F on a C diatonic.

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Oh, hard is the for-tune 
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of all wom-an kind
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She's al-ways con-trol-led, 
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she's al-ways con-fined
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Con-trolled by her par-ents 
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Un-til she's a wife
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A slave to her hus-band 
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the rest of her life

Oh, i'm just a poor girl 
my fortune is sad
i've always been courted 
by the wagoner's lad
He's courted me daily, 
by night and by day
But now he is packing 
and moving away

My parents don't like him 
because he is poor
They say he's not worthy 
of entering my door
He works for a living, 
his money's his own
And if they don't like it 
they can leave him alone

Your horses are hungry, 
go feed them some hay
Then sit down beside me 
as long as you may
My horses aint hungry, 
they won't eat your hay
Then fare thee well darlin 
i'll be on my way

Your wagon needs greasing 
your whip is to mend
Then sit down beside me 
as long as you can
My wagon is greasy, 
my whip's in my hand
Then fare thee well darlin, 
no longer to stand

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