Somersetshire Hunting Song

DESCRIPTION: "There's no pleasures can compare Wi' the hunting o' the hare, In the morning, in the morning, In fine and pleasant weather." The singer cheers the hunt, speaks of killing the victim, and declares he will hunt again tomorrow
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1846 (Dixon-Peasantry)
KEYWORDS: hunting animal death
FOUND IN: Britain(England)
REFERENCES (2 citations):
Dixon-Peasantry, Song #29, pp. 221-222, "Somersetshire Hunting Song" (1 text)
Bell-Combined, pp. 437-438, "Somersetshire Hunting Song" (1 text)

ST BeCo437 (Full)
Roud #1181
CROSS-REFERENCES:
cf. "Hunting the Hare (I)" (subject)
ALTERNATE TITLES:
Hunting the Hare
File: BeCo437

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