Walter Scott - Jock Ohazeldean chords

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Jock O Hazeldean chords
Sir Walter Scott

C G Am EmWhy weep ye by the tide, lassie
F Dm GWhy weep ye by the tide?
C G Am EmI'll wed ye to my youngest son
F G CAnd ye shall be his bride
F Dm Em AmAnd ye shall be his bride, lassie
C FSae comely to be seen
C G Am EmBut aye she loot the tears doon fa'
F G CFor Jock o' Hazeldean.
C G Am EmNow let this willfu' grief be done
F Dm GAnd dry that cheek sae pale
C G Am EmYoung Frank is chief of Errington
F G CAnd laird o' Langley-dale
F Dm Em AmHis step is first in peaceful ha'
C FHis sword in battle keen
C G Am EmBut aye she loot the tears doon fa'
F G CFor Jock o' Hazeldean.
C G Am EmA chain of gold ye shall not lack
F Dm GNor braid to bind your hair
C G Am EmNor mettled hound, nor managed hawk
F G CNor palfrey fresh and fair.
F Dm Em AmAnd you, the foremost o' them a'
C FShall ride our forest queen
C G Am EmBut aye she loot the tears doon fa'
F G CFor Jock o' Hazeldean.
C G Am EmThe kirk was deck'd at morningtide
F Dm GThe tapers glimmer'd fair
C G Am EmThe priest and bridegroom wait the bride
F G CAnd dame and knight were there
F Dm Em AmThey sought her baith by bower and ha'
C FThe lady was na' seen
C G Am EmShe's o'er the border and awa'
F G CWi' Jock o' Hazeldean.
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