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    "Early One Morning" Lyrics

    Nana Mouskouri

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    Early one morning, just as the sun was rising
    I heard a young maid singing in the valley below
    "Oh don't deceive me, Oh never leave me,
    How could you use, a poor maiden so?"
    Remember the vows that you made to me truly
    Remember how tenderly you nestled close to me
    Gay is the garland, fresh are the roses
    I've culled from the garden to bind over thee.

    Here I now wander alone as I wonder
    Why did you leave me to sigh and complain
    I ask of the roses, why should I be forsaken,
    Why must I here in sorrow remain?

    Through yonder grove, by the spring that is running
    There you and I have so merrily played,
    Kissing and courting and gently sporting
    Oh, my innocent heart you've betrayed

    How could you slight so a pretty girl who loves you
    A pretty girl who loves you so dearly and warm?
    Though love's folly is surely but a fancy,
    Still it should prove to me sweeter than your scorn.

    Soon you will meet with another pretty maiden
    Some pretty maiden, you'll court her for a while;
    Thus ever ranging, turning and changing
    Always seeking for a girl that is new.

    Thus sang the maiden, her sorrows bewailing
    Thus sang the maiden in the valley below
    "Oh don't deceive me, Oh never leave me,
    How could you use, a poor maiden so?"
    This song was last modified on August 18th, 2008.
    Thanks to ~*Tr!n!ty*~ for the contribution to this song.
    Copyright with Lyrics © Warner/chappell Music, Inc..
    Written by Traditional,..
    Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.

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      013-11-2004 11:27
      this song is an old folksong from Britain...its beautiful. you who like watching "Buffy the vampire slayer" will recognise this song. it's spikes "trigger" - that makes him a vampire..it is the song his mother sang to him.....the song is more beautiful when James Marsters sings it... Andie