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I was also told by multiple sources that: - Yeats wrote these last two stanzas. You can find multiple versions of Spanish Lady lyrics if you do a Yahoo search on "song lyrics Spanish Lady. Lassie, I have come a-courting, your kind favors for to win, And if you'd but smile upon me, next Sunday night I'll call again. Cho: A raddy up a toorum, toorum, toorum, raddy up a toorum dey bis She: So to me you came a-courting, my kind favors for to win, But 'twould give me the greatest pleasure if you never did call again.

What would I do, when I go walking, walking out in the morning dew? What would I do when I go walking, walking out with a lad like you?

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He: Lassie, I have gold and silver. Lassie, I have houses and land. Lassie, I have ships on the ocean. They'll be all at your command. She: What do I want with your gold and silver? What do I want with your houses and land? What do I want with your ships on the ocean? All I want is a handsome man. He: Did you ever see the grass in the morning, all bedecked with jewels rare? Did you ever see a handsome lassie, diamonds sparkling in her hair?

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She: Did you ever see a copper kettle, mended with an old tin can? Did you ever see a handsome lassie married off to an ugly man? Isn't that a great song? I also think they really sing when it's her part ships on the ocean, houses and land, gold and silver, rather than repeating the order in his part. That Lady got around.

She had a heart so filled with loving, And her love she longed to share, And in all my life I never did meet with a maid that had so much to spare. I have heard it said that the reference to the counting of the numbers is, that the singer in counting the odd numbers and the even numbers separately, he was saying that the lady had 'both the odds and evens of it', in other words that she had everything. How many songs does Frank Harte sing? It will never make it into DigiTrad without a title.

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Quite right and proper! I don't recall who did it, but it's one I frequently burst out singing memorized most of the lyr. It differs a little from "Dublin City", above, and as I recall it goes somewhat like this: He: As I gang doon the Etrick Highway at the hour o' 12 at night; What should I spy but a handsome las-sie, combin' her hair by candlelight.

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First she combed it, then she brushed it; Tied it up wi' a velvet band; Ne'er hae I seen such a handsome lassie all up an' doon ov'r all Scotland! Chorus: Fallah-tallah rhu-dhumma, rhu-dhum, rhu-u-dhum; Fallah-tallah rhu-dhumma, rhu-dhum-day! She: So to me you came a-courting, my kind favors for to win; But 'twould give me the greatest pleasure if you never would call again!

What would I do, when I go walking, walking out in the Ettrick view; What would I do when I go walking, walkin' oot wi' a laddie like you? She: What do I care for your gold and silver, what do I care for your houses and land? What do I care for your ships on the ocean? She: Did you ever see a copper kettle, mended up wi' an old tin can? Did you ever see a handsome lassie married up tae an UU-gly man? Glad you responded; the first verse you quote is new to me, Ta!

Our wee group does the rest , and carries on into Mhairi's Wedding. A nice medley. Lassie Aa hev come a courtin. Ee'll find favours for tae win, And if ee'll but smile upon me Next Sunday night Aa'll call again. So tae me ee turn yer courtin Ma fine favours for tae win, But it wid gi'e me the greatest pleasure If ee never did ca' again. What wud Aa dae when Aa go oot walkin Walkin oot for the Ettrick view? What wud Aa dae when Aa go oot walkin Walkin oot wi a laddie like you?

Lassie, Aa hev gold and silver.

Lassie, Aa hev hooses and land. Lassie, Aa hev ships in the ocean. What dae Aa care for yer ships in the ocean?

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What dae Aa care for yer hooses and land? What dae Aa care for yer gold and silver, When all Aa want is a handsome man? Did ee ever see the grass in the morning, Aw bedecked wi jewels rare? Did ee ever see a handsome lassie, Diamonds sparklin in her hair? Did ee ever see a copper kettle Mended wi an auld tin can? Did ee ever see a handsome lassie Married off tae an ugly man? I wonder if there could be some crossover between songs as often happens in folk songs. That could add to the explanation of calling her a Spanish lady.

I can't remember what "puddle swaddy" actually means - but suspect it may be "Poddle" which is a small river in Dublin The author remarks how strange it is that something that killed 40,, people yes, that's right is so little mentioned in our history books.


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If anyone has anything interesting to say about this, please start a new thread. He reckons "Poddle squaddie" was a general term of abuse deriving from the fact that as it went through the Liberties area of Dublin, mentioned in the song, the Poddle was an open sewer! Or is it just a song filler? However, my boyfriend's brother's theory is that she cleans houses!

The money counting thing I find confusing - the counting down seems unusual with this meaning, as does the "none" at the end. The Armada wrecked on the Galway coast after being blown off course on it's way to England. It's often said and comes up in Angella's Ashes, I think that dark people in Ireland have "the look of the Spaniard about them". So, she's undoubtedly a lady of the night, and her "Spanish" nature captures both her looks and her West of Connaught origin.

Please as St Patrick's is soon. Okay, I heard a song which seems similiar to this I'm not sure about it, only that it's called the wheel of fortune I think and it's a Scottish song? And I've been looking for lyrics, but I can't seem to find them anywhere. I know the chorus and one verse.

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Round and round goes the wheel of fortune Round and round 'til it wearies me Young men's hearts are so uncertain Sad experience teaches me 19, 17, 15, 13, 11, 9, 7 and a 5, 3, 1 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, none. I don't want your gold and silver I don't want your houses and lands I don't want your ships on the oceans All I want is a nice young lad. Help, anybody?

Your question is answered above. This is what I can make out from the recording.