Flowers of the Valley
DESCRIPTION: Fragment. A widow's daughter has nine brave boy children. "Three of them were seamen so brave... Three of them were soldiers so bold...."
EARLIEST DATE: 1960 (Reeves-TheEverlastingCircle)
KEYWORDS: childbirth death sailor soldier
FOUND IN: Britain(England(South))
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Reeves-TheEverlastingCircle, p. 285, "Flowers of the Valley" (1 fragment)
NOTES [34 words]: Reeves-TheEverlastingCircle chorus is "O the red, the green and the yellow, The harp, the lute, the fife, the flute and the cymbal, Sweet goes the treble violin, The flowers that were in the valley." - BS
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