verse 1 Em Bm Em C She's like a swallow that flies so high, Em C Bm She's like a river that never runs dry, Em C Bm Em She's like the sunshine on the lee shore, Em C Em She loves her love and love's no more. verse 2 Em Bm Em C 'Tis out in the meadow this fair maid did go, Em C Bm A picking a lovely primrose, Em C Bm Em The more she plucked the more she pulled, Em C Em Until she's got her apron full. verse 3 Em Bm Em C She climbed on yonder hill above, Em C Bm To give a rose unto her love, Em C Bm Em She gave him one, she gave him three, Em C Em She gave her heart for company. verse 4 Em Bm Em C And as they sat on yonder hill above, Em C Bm To give a rose unto her love. Em C Bm Em She gave him one, she gave him three Em C Em She gave her heart for company Verse 5 Em Bm Em C And as they sat on yonder hill Em C Bm His heart grew hard, so harder still. Em C Bm Em He has two hearts instead of one; Em C Em She says, young man what have you done. Verse 6 Em Bm Em C How foolish, foolish you must be, Em C Bm To think I loved no one but thee; Em C Bm Em This world's not made for one alone; Em C Em I take delight in every home.