Harvest Song (I)
DESCRIPTION: "When we arise all in the morn for to sound our harvest horn" we'll sing and drink. Our master has us work until Phoebus sets in the west Our master is kind so we will follow his orders Our mistress is as good.
EARLIEST DATE: 1911 (collected from Jack Dade by Butterworth/Vaughan Williams)
KEYWORDS: harvest drink nonballad
FOUND IN: Britain(England(South))
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Williams-FolkSongsOfTheUpperThames, pp. 55-56, "Harvest Song" (1 text) (also Williams-Wiltshire-WSRO Wt 446)
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