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Fittleworth

CountyWest Sussex
CountryEngland
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Records associated with Fittleworth

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[TALKING ABOUT ADDER FAT]See full record

Guidance: Field recording made by Tony Wales. Click on the audio icon to play.

[TALKING ABOUT SING-SONGS]See full record

Guidance: Field recording made by Tony Wales. Click on the audio icon to play.

ALL JOLLY FELLOWSSee full record

'Twas early one morning before break of day

Guidance: Transcriptions by the collector, from his own field recordings. Click on the page icon to view.

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ALL JOLLY FELLOWS THAT FOLLOW THE PLOUGHSee full record

'Twas early one morning before break of day

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ALONZO THE BRAVESee full record

Now Alonzo the brave and fair Emogene

Guidance: From the book in which John Johnson (1865-1941) wrote down the words of the songs he knew

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AS BROAD AS I WAS WALKING (A MODEST MAID)See full record

As broad as I was walking down in a shady grove

Guidance: From the book in which John Johnson (1865-1941) wrote down the words of the songs he knew

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BANKS OF ENVERY, THESee full record

Early one summer's morning along as I did pass

Guidance: From the book in which John Johnson (1865-1941) wrote down the words of the songs he knew

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BANKS OF SWEET DUNDEE, THESee full record

It's of a farmer's daughter so beautiful I'm told

Guidance: From the book in which John Johnson (1865-1941) wrote down the words of the songs he knew

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BANKS OF SWEET PRIMROSES, THESee full record

As I walked out one midsummer morning

Guidance: From the book in which John Johnson (1865-1941) wrote down the words of the songs he knew

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BLOW THE WINDS I OH (TEN THOUSAND MILES AWAY)See full record

Sing oh for a brave and a valiant barque

Guidance: From the book in which John Johnson (1865-1941) wrote down the words of the songs he knew

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