Paroles de la chanson The Raggle Taggle Gipsy :
There was three old gyspies came to our house door
They came brave an boldly
And the one sang high and the other sang low
And the other sang a raggle-taggle gypsy-o
It was upstairs , downstairs the lady went
Put on her suits of leather-o
And ther came a cry from around the door
She's away with the raggle-taggle gypsy-o
It was late that night when the lord came in
Inquiring for his lady-o
And the servant girl she says to the lord
"She's away with the raggle-taggle gypsy-o"
"Well, saddle for me my milk-with steed
My big horse is not speedy-o
And I will ride till I seek my bride
She's away with the raggle-taggle gypsy-o"
Well, he rode east , and he rode west,
He rode north and south also
Until he came to a wide-open field
It was there that he spied his lady-o
"Tell me , how could you leave your house and your land,
How could you leave you money-o
How could you leave your only wedded lord ,
All for a raggle-taggle gypsy-o?
"Well , what care I for my house and my land,
And what care I for my money-o?
I'd rather have a kiss from the yellow gypsy's lips,
I'm away with the raggle-taggle gipsy-o! "
"How could you you leave your goose-feather bed,
You blankets strewn so comely-o
How could you leave your newly-wedded lord,
All for a raggle-taggle gypsy-o?"
"Well, what car I for my goose-feather bed,
For my blankets strewn so comely-o?
Tonights I lie in a wide-open field
In the arms of raggle-taggle gypsy-o"
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