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Willie Of Winsbury

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  1. Willy o' Winsbury Lyrics: The king has been a prisoner / And a prisoner long in Spain / And Willie of the Winsbury / Has lain long with his daughter at home / "What ails you, what ails you, my.
  2. Says, “Fetch me this Willie of Winsbury, For hanged he shall be.” So he's called up his merry, merry men, By one, by two, by three, And Tom the Barber that used to come first, |: The last come in was he.:| But when he came the king before, He was clad all in the red silk. His hair was like the strands of gold, His skin was as white as the 7/10(5).
  3. It was with Willie of Winsbury I could bide no longer alone” And the king has called his servingmen By one, by two and by three Saying, “Where is this Willie of Winsbury? For hanged he shall be” And when they came before the king By one, by two and by three Willie should have been the first of them But the last of them was he And Willie.
  4. Willie o Winsbury [Child ] DESCRIPTION: The king has been a prisoner; he returns to find his daughter looking ill. She proves to be pregnant; her lover was (Willie o Winsbury). The king orders Winsbury hanged, but upon seeing him, understands his daughter's action and allows the two to wed.
  5. Mar 26,  · Willie Of Winsbury child Anais Mitchell / Capo 3 / C G D The king has been a prisoner C D C And a prisoner long in Spain G C G Em And Willie O the Winsbury .
  6. Willy O'Winsbury Lyrics And Guitar Chords This is a traditional Scottish song [ lyrics ] which was Recorded by Andy Irvine and sweeney's men along with Pentangle, Anne Briggs and Ye Vagabonds. The sheet music and tin whistle notes are included in a few different keys.
  7. Jun 18,  · F C G "No, it wasn't with a lord or a duke or a knight, Am G F Nor a man of birth and fame, C Am Em But it was with Willie of Winsbury, F C F I could bide no longer alone." F C G Now the king has called on his merry men all, Am G F By thirty and by three, C Am Em Says, "Fetch me this Willie of Winsbury, F C F For hanged he shall be.".
  8. It is a version of Willie o' Winesbury (Child ). Prof. Child's Scottish versions all have him as Willie or Thomas of Winsbury (or Winesberry), Tom (or John) Barbary (or Barber) seems to emanate from the West Country. Dick Gaughan sang Willie o' Winsbury in on his Topic album Gaughan. He commented in his sleeve notes.
  9. Jul 14,  · Willie o' Winsbury Lyrics: The king has been a prisoner / And a prisoner long in Spain / And Willie of the Winsbury / Has lain long with his daughter at home / .

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