Love Won't You Marry Me?

A fling in the key of G
Also known as Johnny Will You Marry Me?
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X:79 T:Love Won't You Marry Me? T:Love Will You Marry Me? T:Johnny Will You Marry Me? R:fling H:Originally Scottish, where it's called "The Braes of Mar" H:There is also another set of words "Some say the devil is dead" H:Also song#56 D:De Danann: Selected Jigs, Reels and Songs Z:id:hn-hf-2 M:C| K:G D2DE GABA|GE~E2 cEGE|D2DE GABc|1 dedB (3ABA GE:|2 dedB (3ABA G2|| |:d2dc Bcd2|e2ed cde2|d2dc BcdB|1 GABG (3ABA GB:|2 GABG (3ABA GE|| P:variations |:D2DE GABA|GE~E2 cEGE|D2DE GABc|1 dedB (3ABA GE:|2 dedB (3ABA GB|| d2dc Bcd2|e2ed cde2|d2dc BcdB|GABG A2GB| d2dc Bcd2|e2ed cdec|degd egdB|GABG A2GE|| W:Love will you marry me, marry me, marry me, W:love will you marry me, and take me out of danger? W:No I won't marry you, marry you, marry you, W:no I won't marry you, for why you are a stranger. W:Why didn't you tell me so, why didn't you tell me so, W:why didn't you tell me so, before you did the harm? W:What harm did I do, what harm did I do, W:what harm did I do, but roll you in my arms? W: W:Love will you marry me, marry me, marry me, W:love will you marry me, and take me out of danger? W:No I won't marry you, marry you, marry you, W:no I won't marry you, for why you are a stranger. W:Why didn't you tell me so, why didn't you tell me so, W:why didn't you tell me so, what in the world delayed you? W:How could I tell you so, how could I tell you so, W:for if I would have told you then I surely couldn't have gained you. W: W:Who'll mend my socks and shirts, my socks and shirts, my socks and shirts, W:Who'll mend my socks and shirts and feed me in the morning? W:I won't mend your socks nor shirts, your socks nor shirts, your socks nor shirts, W:I won't mend your socks nor shirts nor feed you in the morning. W:Why didn't you tell me that, tell me that, tell me that, W:Why didn't you tell me that before I sold the farm. W:I didn't tell you that, tell you that, tell you that, W:I didn't tell you that for fear you'd do me harm. W: W:What on earth will happen me, happen me, happen me, W:What on earth will happen me, I thought you were my darlin'. W:Who cares what happens ya, happens ya, happens ya, W:Who cares what happens ya, you never were my darlin'. W: W:------- W: W:Chorus: W:Some say the devil is dead, the devil is dead, the devil is dead, W:Some say the devil is dead and buried in Killarney. W:More say he rose again, more say he rose again, W:more say he rose again, and joined the British army. W: W:Feed the pigs and milk the cow, milk the cow, milk the cow, W:Feed the pigs and milk the cow, so early in the morning. W:Tuck your leg up, Paddy, dear. Paddy, dear, I'm over here! W:Tuck your leg up, Paddy dear, It's time to stop your yawning W: W:Chorus W: W:Katie, she is tall and thin, tall and thin, tall and thin. W:Katie, she is tall and thin. She likes a drop of brandy. W:Drinks it in the bed at night, drinks it in the bed at night, W:drinks it in the bed at night, it makes her nice and randy. W: W:Chorus W: W:My man is six foot tall, six foot tall, six foot tall, W:My man is six foot tall, he likes his sugar candy. W:Goes to bed at six o'clock, goes to bed at six o'clock, W:goes to bed at six o'clock, he's lazy, fat and dandy. W: W:Chorus W: W:My wife, she has a hairy thing, a hairy thing, a hairy thing. W:My wife, she has a hairy thing, she showed it to me Sunday. W:She bought it in the furrier shop, bought it in the furrier shop, W:bought it in the furrier shop, it's going back on Monday. W: W:Chorus W:
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