I Drew My Ship Across The Harbour de Bellowhead

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I Drew My Ship Across The Harbour
I Drew My Ship Across The Harbour

I drew my ship into the harbour,
I drew across where my true love lay.
I drew it close to her bedroom window
To listen what my love will say.

"Who's there, who's there at my bedroom window?
Who knocks so loudly and would be in?"
"Oh, it is your true love that loves you dearly,
So rise, dear love, and let him in".

I will put my ship in order,
And I will set her on the sea,
And I come up to the harbor,
when my true love waits for me.

Then slowly, slowly rose she up,
And slowly, slowly she came down.
But before she had the door unlocked,
Her true love had both come and gone.

I will put my ship in order,
And I will set her on the sea,
And I come up to the harbor,
when my true love waits for me.

"Come back, come back, my own true love,
Come back, come back, come to my side,
I never grieved you nor yet deceived you,
And I will surely be your bride".

"The fish shall fly, and the seas run dry,
and the rocks shall melt all in the sun,
and the laboring men shall forget their labor,
Before that I return again".

I will put my ship in order,
And I will set her on the sea,
And I come up to the harbor,
when my true love waits for me.

I will put my ship in order,
And I will set her on the sea,
And I come up to the harbor,
when my true love waits for me.

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