The Angler's Songbook - online

200+ Songs Related to Fishing

Home Main Menu Singing & Playing Order & Order Info Support Search Voucher Codes



Share page  Visit Us On FB



Previous Contents Next
126                                  SONGS, ETC.
LUCY WHITE. On Till's clear streams that run so deep, Where oft with joy I've herded sheep, And with my rod and line so light, First caught the smiles of Lucy White ; She was the belle of all around, With lightsome gait she tripp'd the ground ; With eyes,so bright, and dimpl'd chin, She mov'd the sacred fires within.
My sheep I've left, and wily fly, To scan her cot, and pass her by; With cheerful smile and wistful look, She trac'd my steps along the brook; And once when by the water side, I vow'd that she should be my bride; She blush'd assent, what pure delight! So gain'd the hand of Lucy White.
LINES.
If any so wise is That angling despises, Let him grunt on his trade and be sober ; While we fish and sing, In one constant spring, He shall droop like the trees in October.
J. S.
Previous Contents Next






E-Book - An Annotated Compendium of Old Time American Songs by James Alverson III