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The Raggle Taggle Gypsy

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by  RENEJUNIOR

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The Raggle Taggle Gypsy

	  		
verse 1 
E7         Am 
There were three gypsies coming to my hall door 
    F          G7       C    E7 
And downstairs ran this lady-o. 
C        Am           E7          Am 
One sang high and the other sang low 
                   E7          Am  E7  Am 
And the other sang Bonny Bonny Bis-cay-o. 

verse 2 
E7   Am 
Then she pulled off her silk-finished gown, 
    F        G7      C      E7 
and put on a hose of leather-o. 
C                 Am     E7       Am 
The ragged ragged rags about our door, 
                     E7            Am E7 Am 
She is gone with the raggle-taggle gypsy-o. 

verse 3 
E7     Am 
It was late last night when my lord came home, 
  F       G7      C    E7 
Enquiring for his lady-o. 
C        Am          E7     Am 
The servants said on every hand, 
                      E7            Am E7 Am 
"She is gone with the raggle-taggle gypsy-o." 

Instrumental 
E7         Am 
    F          G7       C    E7 
C        Am           E7          Am 
                   E7          Am  E7  Am 
verse 4 
E7  Am 
"O saddle for me my milk-white steed, 
    F        G7    C    E7 
and go fetch me my pony-o, 
C          Am      E7      Am 
That I may go and seek my bride, 
                     E7            Am E7 Am 
Who is gone with the raggle-taggle gypsy-o." 

Verse 5 
E7 Am 
O he rode high and he rode low, 
    F           G7        C    E7 
he rode through woode and copses-o, 
C        Am        E7         Am 
Until he came to a wide open field, 
             E7        Am E7 Am 
and there he spied his lady-o. 

Instrumental 
E7         Am 
    F          G7       C    E7 
C        Am           E7          Am 
                   E7          Am  E7  Am 
Verse 6 
E7  Am 
"O what made you leave your house and land, 
     F        G7         C    E7 
what made you leave your money-o, 
C             Am         E7          Am 
What made you leave your new-wedded lord, 
                   E7            Am E7 Am 
to be off with the raggle-taggle gypsy-o?" 

Verse 7 
E7 Am 
"O what care I for my house and land, 
     F    G7     C    E7 
what care I for money-o? 
C         Am       E7          Am 
What care I for my new-wedded lord, 
                   E7            Am E7 Am 
to be off with the raggle-taggle gypsy-o." 

Verse 8 
E7    Am 
"Last night you slept on a goose-feathered bed, 
          F           G7      C      E7 
with the sheet turned down so bravely-o. 
C              Am         E7        Am 
Tonight you'll sleep in a cold open field, 
               E7            Am E7 Am 
along with the raggle-taggle gypsy-o." 

Verse 9 
E7  Am 
"O what care I for my goose-feathered bed, 
         F            G7       C      E7 
with the sheet turned down so bravely-o? 
C              Am         E7        Am 
Tonight I will sleep in a cold open field, 
              E7           Am E7 Am 
along wih the raggle-taggle gypsy-o." 
		  

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