So, now I’ll sing to ‘ee

Its about a maiden fair

I met the other evening

In the corner of the square

She had a wild and roving eyes:

We met down to Lamorna

And we roved all night

In the pale moonlight

Away down to Lamorna

Chorus:

Twas down in Albert Square

I never shall forget:

Her eyes they shone like diamonds

And the evening it was wet wet wet

And her hair hung down in curls

She was a charming rover

And we roved all night

In the pale moonlight

Away down to Lamorna

As we got in the cab

Well I asked her for her name

And when she gave it me

Well her name it was the same

So I lifted up her veil

For her face was covered over

To my surprise

It was my wife

I took down to Lamorna

She said “I knowed ‘ee well

I knowed ‘ee all along

I knowed ‘ee in the dark

But I did it for a lark – lark – lark

And for that lark you’ll pay

For the taking of my Donna

For I declare

You’ll pay the fare

Away down to Lamorna

Cornish Folk Songs .

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