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Padstow  Steeleye Span

[Intro] 
[F]  
[Verse] 
[F]Unite and unite, and let us all unite
For summer is a-coming to[C]day
And [F]whither we are going, we all will unite
In the [C]merry morning of [F]May
[Verse] 
[F]The young men of Padstow, they might if they would
For summer is a-coming to[C]day
They [F]might have built a ship and gilded it with gold
In the [C]merry morning of [F]May
[Verse] 
[F]The young women of Padstow, they might if they would
For summer is a-coming to[C]day
They [F]might have built a garland with the white rose and the red
In the [C]merry morning of [F]May
[Verse] 
[F]Rise up, Mrs. Johnson, all in your gown of green
For summer is a-coming to[C]day
You [F]are as fine a lady as waits upon the queen
In the [C]merry morning of [F]May
[Verse] 
N.C.
Oh, where is King George? Oh, where is he-o?
N.C.
He's out in his longboat, all on the salt sea-o
N.C.
Up flies the kite, down falls the lark-o
N.C.
Aunt Ursula Birdwood, she had an old ewe
And she died in her own park-o[F]
[Verse] 
[F]With the merry ring and with the joyful spring
For summer is a-coming to[C]day
How [F]happy are the little birds and the merrier we shall sing
In the [C]merry morning of [F]May
[Verse] 
[F]Oh, where are the young men that now do advance?
For summer is a-coming to[C]day
Oh, [F]some they are in England and some they are in France
In the [C]merry morning of [F]May

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