World Of Music Choir: Tuesday 9th March – ‘The Prickle Holly Bush’ led by Bella Hardy

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World Of Music Choir: Tuesday 9th March – ‘The Prickle Holly Bush’ led by Bella Hardy

Apologies for the audio glitches at the start of this video – bear with it, they do iron themselves out!

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This Week’s Song: The Prickle Holly Bush

(traditoinal)

“Come, slack your horse,” cries George,
“Come slack it for a while,
For I think I see my father coming
Over yonder style.”

“Did you bring gold?
Did you bring silver to set me free?
For to keep my body from the cold jail wall
And me neck from the high gallows tree.”

“I’ve no gold,
I’ve no silver to set you free,
For I have come for to see you hang,
Oh, hang upon the high gallows tree.”

Oh, the prickle-holly bush, it pricks, it pricks,

Oh it pricks my heart full sore

And if ever I get out of the prickle-holly bush

I’ll never get in there any more.



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