As I Roved Out One Evening (II)
DESCRIPTION: Two lovers discuss marriage. He won't marry and lose his freedom, but would attend her wedding. She invites her old sweetheart to her wedding. He comes and decides he would marry her now. She says "you're welcome to my wedding but not to my bedding"
EARLIEST DATE: 1951 (MUNFLA-Leach)
KEYWORDS: courting love marriage wedding rejection parting bachelor
FOUND IN: Canada(Newf)
John M. Curtis, "As I Roved (Rode) Out One Evening" (on MUNFLA-Leach)
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