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Matty Groves - Fiddlers Green - On And On (CD, Album)

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  1. And there she saw little Matty Groves Walking in the crowd "Come home with me, Little Matty Groves. Come home with me tonight. Come home with me, little Matty Groves And sleep with me till light." "Oh I can't come home and I won't go home And sleep with you tonight. By the rings on your fingers I can see That you are my master's wife.".
  2. Label Code: LC; Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 01 > Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 11 A00 Sony DADC Universal [Logo] Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L/5(3).
  3. "Matty Groves" is an English folk ballad. According to a report in the London Times of March 2, , this song was specially written by the composer Benjamin Britten and dedicated to the musicians of the German POW camp Oflag VII B the previous year. This is not quite correct; "Matty Groves" is also known as "Little Musgrave And Lady Barnard".
  4. "Matty Groves" is an English folk ballad that describes an adulterous tryst between a man and a woman that is ended when the woman's husband discovers and kills them. It dates to at least the 17th century, and is one of the Child Ballads (#81) collected by 19th-century American scholar Francis James Child.
  5. And there she saw little Matty Groves Walking in the crowd "Come home with me, little Matty Groves Come home with me tonight Come home with me, little Matty Groves And sleep with me till light!" "Oh I can't come home and I won't go home And sleep with you tonight By the rings on your fingers I can see That you are my master's wife.".
  6. Matty Groves Lyrics: A holiday, a holiday / The first one of the year / Lord Arnold's wife came into the church / The gospel for to hear / And when the meeting it was done / She cast her eyes about.
  7. Subject: RE: FIDDLERS GREEN - MIDI WANTED From: GUEST,Strollin' Johnny Date: 30 May 03 - AM Or even buy the CD 'On Humber's Brown Water' by Bill Meek and the composer, John Connolly, on which it's featured. I'm sure John would be very grateful.

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