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Oh, he was a lord of high degree
And she was a lass from the low countree
But she loved his lordship so tenderly.
Oh sorrow, sing sorrow
Now she sleeps in the valley where the wild flowers nod
And no one knows she loved him but herself and God


One morn when the sun was on the mead
He passed by her door on a milk white steed
She smiled and she spoke, but he paid no heed
Oh sorrow, sing sorrow
Now she sleeps in the valley where the wild flowers nod
And no one knows she loved him but herself and God

If you be a lass from the low countree
Don't love of no lord of high degree
They haint got a heart for sympathy
Oh sorrow, sing sorrow
Now she sleeps in the valley where the wild flowers nod
And no one knows she loved him but herself and God



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    UnregisteredApr 30, 2012 at 2:40 am
    My friend sang this for solo and ensamble and she said it reminded her of me because i never tell anyone when i like someone and i always pray.
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    UnregisteredMar 25, 2012 at 11:27 pm
    A poor woman loved a rich lord but he never noticed her so she kills herself and is buried in a valley

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