The Holmfirth Anthem sheet music for Treble Clef Instrument
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The Holmfirth Anthem
1. Abroad for pleasure as I was a-walking
On one summer summer's evening clear (repeat 1st 2 lines)
There I beheld a most beautiful damsel
Lamenting for her shepherd swain (bis)
2. The fairest evening that e'er I beheld thee
Evermore with the lad I adore
Wilt thou go fight the French and Spaniards
Wilt thou leave me thus my dear?
3. No more to yon green banks will I take thee
With pleasure for to rest myself and view the lambs
But I will take thee to yon green gardens
Where the pretty flowers grow
From the singing of the Watersons.
From the village of Holmfirth in Yorkshire.
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|Style:||Traditional (View more Traditional Treble Clef Instrument Music)|
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