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Peter, Paul & Mary
Dmi G1. There were three ravens sat on a tree Dmi Adown-a-down hey down-a-down Dmi G Dmi Aand they were black as they might be with a down F C Athe one of them said to his mate: Dmi Dmi/C Bb A"What shall we for our breakfast take?" Dmi G A Dmiwith a down derry derry derry down down. 2. Down in yonder green field down-a-down hey down-a-down there lies a knight slain under his shield with a down down there comes a fallow doe as great with young as she might go with a down derry derry derry down down. 3. She lifted up his bloody head down-a-down hey down-a-down and kissed his wounds that were so red with a down she got him up across her back and carried him to the earthen lack with a down derry derry derry down down. 4. She buried him before his prime down-a-down hey down-a-down she was dead herself ere evening time with a down God send every gentlemen fine hawks fine hounds and such a loved one with a down derry derry derry down hm.