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8 Commentsto The Grey Cock

  1. Balmaran says:
    This is a supernatural version of the night-visiting ballad The Grey Cock (Child ). Cecilia Costello sang it on 30 November in Birmingham in a recording made by Maria Slocombe and Patrick Shuldham-Shaw for the BBC. It was included as The Grey Cock in Ralph Vaughan Williams and A.L. Lloyd's The Penguin Book of English Folk Songs.
  2. Grogore says:
    The Grey Cock Lyrics: Eliza Carthy: / "I must be going, no longer staying / The burning Thames I have to cross / I will be guided without a stumble / Into the arms I love the best." / And when he came.
  3. Faushakar says:
    The Grey Cock Date: Artist: Marc Chagall French, born Belarus, About this artwork Currently Off View Prints and Drawings Artist Marc Chagall Title The Grey Cock Origin France Date Made Medium Color lithograph on white wove paper Dimensions × .
  4. Dozilkree says:
    The Grey Cock appears as No. in Child's collection, but not in such good shape as here. (Penguin Book of English Folk Songs ) [] Having decided to sing [this] again after quite a long time, I accidentally practised it in Eliza's hearing.
  5. Kagarg says:
    The Grey Cock. I must be going, no longer staying The burning Thames I have to cross I will be guided without a stumble Into the arms I love the best And when he came to his true love's window He knelt down gently all on a stone.
  6. Moll says:
    A: The Grey Cock, or, Saw You My Father A.1 ‘O SAW ye my father? or saw ye my mother? Or saw ye my true-love John?’ ‘I saw not your father, I saw not your mother, But I saw your true-love John. A.2 ‘It’s now ten at night, and the stars gie nae light, And the bells they ring ding, dang; He’s met wi some delay that causeth him to stay, But he will be here ere lang.’ A
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  8. Takasa says:
    The Grey Cock by pdcawley published on TZ Another one in Kidson, but I'll confess to getting this from Eliza Carthy on the first Waterson:Carthy album.

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