Lads o'The Fair (ইংরেজী অনুবাদ)

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Lads o'The Fair

Come, bonnie lass, lie near me,
And let the brandy cheer ye,
For the road frae Fife tae Falkirk's lang
And cauld an’ wet an' weary.
My trade, it is the weavin’
In the bonnie toon o' Leven;
An' we'll drink to the health o' the fairmer's dames
Who'll buy oor claith the morn
 
chorus:
For ye can see them a', the lads o' the fair,
Lads frae the Forth an' the Carron Water,
Warkin' lads an' lads wi' gear,
Lads that'll sell ye the provost's dochter,
Sodgers back frae the German Wars,
Peddlers up frae the Border;
An' lassies wi' an eye for mair than the kye,
At the tryst an' fair at Falkirk.
 
Come, Geordie, haud the pony
for the path is steep an' stony,
An' we're three lang weeks frae the Isle o' Skye.
An' the beasts are thin an' bony.
We'll tak the last o' the siller.
An' we'll buy oorsels a gill or two;
An' we'll drink tae lads who'll buy oor kye.
In Falkirk toon the morn.
 
[chorus]
 
Stan here an' A'll show ye,
there's the toon below ye.
But ye'd best bide here in the barn the nicht
For the nichtwatch dinna know ye.
Ma brither, he's a plooman
An' A'm for the feein' noo, man;
An' we'll drink tae the price o' the harvest corn
In Falkirk toon the morn.
 
[chorus]
 
O, the wark o' the weaver's owre,
likewise the days o' the drover,
An' a plooboy sits on a tractor noo;
(too high tae see the clover)
The warkin's nae sae steady,
but the lads are aye still ready,
For tae drink a health tae the workin' man
In Falkirk toon the morn.
 
[chorus]
 
Ove ErikssonOve Eriksson দ্বারা বৃহস্পতি, 07/03/2019 - 16:14 তারিখ সাবমিটার করা হয়
Ove ErikssonOve Eriksson সর্বশেষ সম্পাদনা করেছেন শুক্র, 15/03/2019 - 01:57
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Lads of the Fair

Come, pretty girl, lay near me,
And let the brandy cheer you,
For the road from Fife to Falkirk is long
And cold and wet and weary.
My trade, it is the weaving
In the beautiful town of Leven;
And we'll drink to the health of the farmers' wives
Who'll buy our cloth tomorrow
 
chorus:
For you can see them all, the lads of the fair,
Lads from the Forth and the Carron Water,
Working lads and lads with gear,
Lads that will sell you the mayor's daughter,
Soldiers back from the German wars,
Peddlers up from the border;
And girls with an eye for more than the cattle,
At the cattle-market and fair at Falkirk.
 
Come, Geordie, hold the pony
For the path is steep and stony,
And we're three long weeks from the Isle of Skye.
And the beasts are thin and bony.
We'll take the last of the money.
And we'll buy ourselves a gill or two;
And we'll drink to the lads who'll buy our cattle.
In Falkirk town tomorrow.
 
[chorus]
 
Stand here and I'll show you,
There's the town below you.
But you best bide here in the barn tonight
For the nightwatch doesn't know you.
My brother, he's a ploughman
And I'm for the feeing now, man;
And we'll drink to the price of the harvest corn
In Falkirk town tomorrow.
 
[chorus]
 
Oh, the work of the weaver is over,
Likewise the days of the drover,
And the ploughboy sits on a tractor now;
(too high to see the clover)
The working is not so steady,
but the lads are ever still ready,
For to drink a health to the working man
In Falkirk town tomorrow.
 
[chorus]
 
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Ove ErikssonOve Eriksson দ্বারা বৃহস্পতি, 14/03/2019 - 10:10 তারিখ সাবমিটার করা হয়
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ইংরেজী Ove Eriksson
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