Lyrics
True Thomas sat on Huntley bank
And he beheld a lady gay
A lady that was brisk and bold
Come riding o'er the ferny brae

True Thomas, he pulled off his cap
And bowed him low down to his knee
"All hail, thou mighty Queen of Heaven
Your like on earth I ne'er did see"

Harp and carp, come along with me
Thomas the Rhymer
Harp and carp, come along with me
Thomas the Rhymer
Harp and carp, come along with me
Thomas the Rhymer

She turned about her milk white steed
And they rode faster than the wind
Until they came to a desert wide
And living land was left behind

For forty days and forty nights
They rode through red blood to the knee
And they saw neither sun nor moon
But heard the roaring of the sea

Don't you see yon bonnie, bonnie road
That lies across the ferny brae?
That is the road to fair Elfland
Where you and I this night must go"

Harp and carp, come along with me
Thomas the Rhymer
Harp and carp, come along with me
Thomas the Rhymer
Harp and carp, come along with me
Thomas the Rhymer

Harp and carp, come along with me
Thomas the Rhymer
Harp and carp, come along with me
Thomas the Rhymer
Harp and carp, come along with me
Thomas the Rhymer

Harp and carp, come along with me
Thomas the Rhymer
Harp and carp, come along with me
Thomas the Rhymer

Copyright: Peermusic Publishing
Writer(s): Tim Hart, Robert Johnson, Rick Kemp, Peter Knight, Nigel Pegrum, Maddy Prior




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