Early One Morning

 (English Folk Song) (D)
1. Early one morning,
just as the sun was rising.
I heard a maid sing
in the valley below

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     Oh, don't deceive me,
     oh, never leave me.
     How could you use
     a poor maiden so

2. Remember the vows
that you made to your Mary.
Remember the bow'r
where you vowed to be true.

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3. Oh gay is the garland,
and fresh are the roses
I've culled from the garden
to bind on thy brow.

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4. Thus sang the poor maiden,
her sorrow bewailing,
thus sang the poor maid
in the valley below.

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