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Lyrics by Amelia Crowley, Music Jude Reid
 
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On a winter's evening when all were cold and still
 
On a winter's evening when all were cold and still
 
There came a goodman walking up the road to Tanner's Hill
 
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Latest revision as of 19:11, 19 August 2013


Lyrics by Amelia Crowley, Music Jude Reid

The full notation for the song is below, and the same version in a different layout is available here.

On a winter's evening when all were cold and still There came a goodman walking up the road to Tanner's Hill On a winter's evening without no wind nor rain A man went up to Tanner's hill, a bard came down again

Once go for wisdom Twice go for fame But them as go to Tanner's Hill, they'll not come down the same

Mild and misty springtime when all were fine and fair A bard climbed up to Tanner's Hill to get a breath of air Mild and misty springtime with birdsong on the brain A bard climbed up to Tanner's Hill - a knight went home again

When the ravens circle When the sky's aflame Them as go to Tanner's Hill, they'll not come down the same

Bright midsummer morning with the sun up in the sky A knight went up to Tanner's Hill, his fortunes for to try Bright midsummer morning with the blossom on the lane A knight went up to Tanner's Hill and mad came down again

Some say it's the old ones Some say it's the fey But them as go to Tanner's Hill, they'll not come down the same

At the end of Autumn as the leaves lay dead and still There came a madman walking up the road to Tanner's Hill At the end of Autumn when the year were on the wane A madman climbed to Tanner's Hill and ne'er came down again

Don't walk the road, love Don't try the lane Don't go up to Tanner's Hill, you'll not come down the same

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