From the album Pour Me Another One

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Traditional Irish
Arranged by: Roger Drawdy & the Firestarters

Lyrics

As I roved out on a May morning, on a May morning right early
I met me love upon the way, oh Lord, she was early.
With a right fi diddy I day-o, with a right fi diddy I day-o.

Her boots were black and her stocking white, her buckles shown like silver.
She had a dark and roving eye, her earrings tipped her shoulder.
With a right fi diddy I day-o, with a right fi diddy I day-o.

She said, ”when will you come back again and when will we be married?”
With cockle shells and silver bells off then we will be married.
With a right fi diddy I day-o, with a right fi diddy I day-o.

As I roved out on a May morning, on a May morning right early
I met me love upon the way, oh Lord, she was early.