I Think I'll Get Wed When the Roses is Red

DESCRIPTION: "I think I'll get wed When the roses is red, And the weather is lovely and dry. Hand in hand we will stand, At the altar we'll stand, At the altar united to be."
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1924 (England)
KEYWORDS: marriage
FOUND IN: Canada(Newf)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
ADDITIONAL: George Allan England, _Vikings of the Ice: Being the Log of a Tenderfoot on the Great Newfoundland Seal Hunt_ (also published as _The Greatest Hunt in the World_), Doubleday, 1924, p. 233, "(no title)" (1 excerpt)
NOTES [49 words]: England describes this as a sentimental ballad, and everything else he cites in his book has been printed in some other folk collection, so I'm including it. But I don't recognize his fragment as part of anything else, so here it sits, awaiting, shall we say, union with the rest of its text. - RBW
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File: GAEV233

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