We Gets Up In The Morn

Album: Folk Music Of England

We Gets Up In The Morn
Title We Gets Up In The Morn
Filename CAR115_21_We Gets Up In The Morn_Full Mix Vocal
Description Medium tempo traditional English harvest / folk song male vocal chorus concertina Vox
ComposerMick Graves Sarah Graves Bonnie Shaljean
PublisherCRML Limited
Released January 21, 1990
Tempo Medium Fast
BPM 115
Lyrics

We gets up in the morn' and we sound the harvest horn
Our master in honest for to mind
First thing we takes in hand is the stopper from the can
So each man may drink until the bottom he find
Then each man do take his part and work with hand and heart
While the glorious sun do shine, do shine
While the glorious sun do shine

Our master brings the can, he's a jolly hearted man
Come me lads and take a drop of the best
And don'y you stand and prattle when you hear the wagons rattle
For the sun he is a drawing to the west, to the west,
For the sun he is a drawing to the west

Here's the farmers daughter dear, brews us plenty of strong beer
Which is enough to cheer up any soul
Then each man shall drink and say heaven bless this happy day
When we crowned the harvest with a flowing bowl, flowing bowl
We crowned the harvest with a flowing bowl

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