English Folk Songs From The Appalachian Mountains Series 2

By Cecil J. Sharp, With Pianoforte Accompaniment

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THE TWO CROWS.
1.   There were two crows sat on a tree,
Lardy hip tie hoddy ho ho There were two crows sat on a tree, And they were black as crows could be.
Lardy hardy hip tie hoddy ho ho
2.   The old he-crow said to his mate: What shall we have to-day to eat?
3.   There lies a horse in yonders lane, Whose bod}' has not long been slain.
4.   We'll press our feet on his breast-bone, And pick his eyes out one by one.
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