Baffled Knight 494
Blow away the Morning Dew
There was a farmer's son keep sheep all on the hill
He walked out one May morning to see what he could kill
Roll me in the morning, the dew, and the dew
Steal away the morning dew how sweet the winds do blow
He look-ed high he look-ed low, he cast an under look
And then he saw a pretty fair maid all in the watery brook.
You leave alone my mantel rest, you leave alone my gown
And if you will take hold my hand I will be your own.
He mounted on a milk white steed & she up on another
And there they rode along the road like sister & like brother
And there they rode along the road till they came to some fields of hay
Isn't this a pretty place for girsl & boys to play?
You stop till you come to my father's house there you shall have a crown
There I will engage with you and twenty thousand pound.