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When Joseph was an old man, an old man was he
He courted Virgin Mary, the queen of Galilee
He courted Virgin Mary, the queen of Galilee

When
There used to be a gambler who courted all around
There used to be a gambler who courted all around
He courted pretty Polly, such a beauty never been
When first unto this country
A stranger I came
I courted a fair maid
And Nancy was her name

I courted her for love
Her love I didn't obtain
Do you
When first unto this country a stranger I came
And I courted a fair maid and Nancy was her name
I courted her for love and her love I didn't obtain
When first unto this country a stranger I came
And I courted a fair maid and Nancy was her name
I courted her for love and her love I didn't obtain
If the butterfly courted the bee
And the owl the porcupine
If churches were built in the sea
And the three times one was nine

Then the world
night in my dream we were far far away
I courted you gently and I courted you true
A pretty fair maiden and me that makes two
I swore that I would always
Burl Ives – Pretty Polly

I courted pretty Polly the live long night
I courted pretty Polly the live long night
But I slept on her grave the best
husband the rest of her life

Oh, I'm just a poor girl my fortune is sad
I've always been courted by the wagoner's lad
He's courted me daily, by night
who left this country.
He's been the cause of my overthrow."

"He courted me both late and early.
He courted me both night and day.
And when he had
courted the girls of France
And I've courted the girls of Spain
And though most pretty girls are the same
There are none like the girls of Madeira.

Oh,
a girl and her story was sad. 
She always was courted by the wagoner lad.
He courted her truly by night and by day. 
Now his wagons are loaded. He's
who left this country.
He's been the cause of my overthrow."

"He courted me both late and early.
He courted me both night and day.
And when he had
courted a lady, fair
She proved fickle and turned her back
And ever since then I've dressed in black

Howdy dowdy diddle-dumb day
Howdy dowdy diddle-dumb
gone

If I'd known before I courted
I never would've courted none
I'd a lock my heart in a box of golden
And fastened it up with silver pin

I
Willie Moore was a young man, his age 21 and he courted a damsel fair
Oh, her eyes were as white as a diamond after night and a wavy jet black wore
mind?

I courted Pretty Polly the live-long night 
I courted Pretty Polly the live-long night 
Until it was next morning before it was light

I led
I courted a man from the Lancs Fusiliers
He gave me his heart and so I loved him dear
For he took me a-courting and he taught me to dance
Then he
to her husband the rest of her life

Oh, I'm just a poor girl my fortune is sad
I've always been courted by the wagoner's lad
He's courted me daily, by
and then they're gone.

If I had known before I courted
what all his lyin' would have done
I'd have locked my heart in a box of golden
and never would
I am a young maiden, my story is sad

For once I was carefree and in love with a lad

He courted me sweetly by night and by day

But now he has left
A blacksmith courted me
Nine months and better
He fairly won my heart
Wrote me a letter.
With his hammer in his hand
He looked so clever
And if
slaves to their husbands the rest of their lives

I am a poor girl, my fortune is sad
I've always been courted by the wagoner's lad
He courted my dailey,
A blacksmith courted me
Nine months and better
He fairly won my heart
Wrote me a letter
With his hammer in his hand
He looked quite clever

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