Early One Morning Misc. Traditional
1. [G]Early one morning, just [C]as the sun was [D]rising
I [G]heard a maiden singing, from the [C]valley be[G]low:
"[D]Oh, don't [C]deceive [G]me, [D]Oh nev[C]er leave [G]me,
[G]How could you [C]use, a [D]poor maiden [G]so?"
2. "Oh gay is the garland, and fresh are the roses,
I've culled from the garden, to bind upon thy brow."
3. "Remember the vows, that you made to your Mary
Remember the bow'r, where you promised to be true."
4. Thus sang the poor maid, her sorrows bewailing,
Thus, sang the poor maid, in the valley below:
(Repeat last line of chorus)