The Traditional Children's Games of England Scotland
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POOR MARY SITS A-WEEPING
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I. Poor Mary sits a-weepin', A-weepin', a-weepin'; Poor Mary sits a-weepin' On a bright summer's day.
" Poor Mary sits a-weeping."
Pray, Mary, what're you weepin' for, A-weepin' for, a-weepin' for ? Pray, Mary, what're you weepin' for ? On a bright summer's day.
I'm weepin' for a sweetheart, A sweetheart, a sweetheart; I'm weepin' for a sweetheart, On a bright summer's day.







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