Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 5 of 8 from 1860 edition - online book

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




Share page  Visit Us On FB



Previous Contents Next
ROBIN HOOD AND THE BEGGAR. 195
" One of us shall with you remain,
Because you're ill at ease, The other two shall bring him back,
To use him as you please."
" Now, by my troth," says good Robin, «s
" I trow there's enough said ; If he get scouth to wield his tree,
I fear you'll both be paid."
" Be ye not fearM, our good master,
That we two can be dung                             jo
With any blutter base beggar, That has nought but a rung.
" His staff shall stand him in no stead ;
That you shall shortly see; But back again he shall be led,                       cs
And fast bound shall he be, To see if ye will have him slain,
Or hanged on a tree."
" But cast you slily in his way,
Before he be aware,                                              co
And on his pike-staff first hands lay,
You'll speed the better far."
Now leave we Robin with his man,
Again to play the child, And learn himself to stand and gang «
By haulds, for all his eild.







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