T:Roll Me from the Wall
T:Rolling from the Wall
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W:My parents they abandoned me and unto me did wrong
W:For they wed me to a grey old man for the sake of his money and grounds.
W:Had they wed me to a glamour boy without any money at all
W:Sure he'd take me in his arms and he'd roll me from the wall!
W:Well at the fairs and markets I see all of me glamours there
W:But when I look upon me old grey man sure he fills me with despair.
W:He fills me with despair me boys and I'll tell you the reason why
W:For he's got two hanging eyebrows and likewise a jealous eye.
W:Oh hold your tongue, now Sally me dear, while I go into town
W:I'll buy you a nice wee petticoat and a lovely muslin gown
W:For the ladies at the fair you'll outshine them all by far
W:And I'll buy you a lovely wee lap dog to follow your jauntin' car.
W:To hell with yer lovely wee lap dog, and likewise your muslin gown
W:I'd rather have a glamour boy than all of your money and grounds
W:I'd rather have a glamour boy without any money at all
W:And he'd take me in his arms and he'd roll me from the wall!
W:Well now the old grey man is dead and he has left to me
W:Fifty pounds in solid gold, isn't that a handsome fee?
W:His farm, his riches and free land to me has left them all
W:And now I can marry me glamour boy and he'll roll me from the wall!
W:But not long after the honeymoon, me glamour began to jar,
W:He killed my little lap dog and he smashed me jaunting car,
W:Me taypot and me china then, he smashed and broke them all
W:Ah, God knows I've had to suffer for me rolling from the wall...