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rufina stephenson

14th April 2009, 15:15
Clue: Scottish regions woodwind instrument ?S?E I think!

Thanks Rufina
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kena

14th April 2009, 15:21
Rufina,
I've seen the answer to this one earlier. It is FIFE.
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big dave

14th April 2009, 16:18
They don't write 'em like this today!!

O soldier, soldier, won't you marry me
With your musket fife and drum?
O no sweet maid I cannot marry you
For I have no coat to put on.
So up she went to her grandfather's chest
And she got him a coat of the very, very best
And the soldier put it on.

2. O soldier, soldier, won't you marry me
With your musket fife and drum?
O no sweet maid I cannot marry you
For I have no hat to put on.
So up she went to her grandfather's chest
And she got him a hat of the very, very best
And the soldier put it on.
3. O soldier, soldier, won't you marry me
With your musket fife and drum?
O no sweet maid I cannot marry you
For I have no gloves to put on.
So up she went to her grandfather's chest
And she got him a pair of the very, very best
And the soldier put them on.

4. O soldier, soldier, won't you marry me
With your musket fife and drum?
O no sweet maid I cannot marry you
For I have no boots to put on.
So up she went to her grandfather's chest
And she got him a pair of the very, very best
And the soldier put them on.

O soldier, soldier, won't you marry me
With your musket fife and drum?
O no sweet maid I cannot marry you
For I have for I have a wife of my own.
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jerry

14th April 2009, 16:27
Hi Dave,
Thank you for publishing the words "Oh soldier,
soldier" I remember the last time I sang that wain about 1956 at school!
Jerry
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