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Bold Fisherman

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  1. There I beheld a bold fisherman Come a-rowing with the tide Come a-rowing with the tide There I beheld a bold fisherman Come a-rowing with the tide. Good morning to you bold fisherman How came you fishing here I came here a fishing for your sweet sake All on this river clear All on this river clear I came here a fishing for your sweet sake.
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  3. Mar 01,  · The Bold Fisherman, sung by Julie Atkin. This is her interpretation of the song, which she learned from the classic book Marrowbones. For more from Julie and Gavin Atkin, see sparziptosatertiserbiofranymforca.coinfo
  4. THE BOLD FISHERMAN: There was once a bold Fisherman, Who sailed forth from Billingsgate, To catch the mild bloater And the gay mackerel, But when he arrove off Pimlico, The wind it did begin to blow. And his little boat it wibble-wobbled so, That slick overboard he fell.
  5. BOLD FISHERMAN (George W. Hunt - 19th Century) There was a bold fisherman who sailed out from Billingsgate To slew the wild codfish and the bold mackerel When he arrived off Pimlico, the wind it did begin to blow His little boat it wibble-wobbled so and overboard he fell Dinkle-doodle-dum, dinkle-doodle-dum 'Twas the highly interesting song he sung Dinkle-doodle-dum, dinkle-doodle-dum Oh, the.
  6. E.J. Moeran collected Bold Fisherman from Norfolk labourer Harry Cox in January , and this was published in the Journal of the Folk-Song Society 7 () pp [VWML RoudFS/S]. Moeran also recorded him in in London for a Decca 78rpm album. It was the first folk song record issued by the EFDSS of a traditional singer.
  7. The Bold Fisherman by Traditional song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position Sloppy and sentimental, he isn't really a fisherman but a man of substance, and they live happily ever after, or some such. It was collected by Dr. Helen Creighton for a special 9-disk set released in

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