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Oh soldier, soldier, won"t you marry me.

Pam Adams

Oh soldier, soldier, won"t you marry me.

by Pam Adams

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Published by Child"s Play (International) Ltd. in Purton .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL22281201M
ISBN 100859530922

Soldier, Soldier, Won't You Marry Me? G "Soldier, soldier, won't you marry me? With your musket, fife and drum?" Em "Oh, how can I marry such a pretty girl as you, G. When I. have no coat to put on, Em. G. When I. have no coat to put. on?" So off to the tailor's she did go, As fast as she could run, And she bought him a coat of the very, very. Soldier, soldier, will you marry me With your musket, fife and drum? Oh, how can I marry such a pretty girl as you, When I have no coat to put on? Off to the tailor she did go As fast as she could run, She brought him back the finest that was there, And the soldier put it on. Soldier, soldier, will you marry me With your musket, fife and drum.

O soldier, soldier, won't you marry me, With your musket, fife and drum? Oh no, sweet maid, I cannot marry thee For I have no coat to put on. Then up she went to her grandfather's chest And she brought him a coat of the very, very best; She brought him a coat of the very, very best And the soldier put it on. O soldier, soldier no hat to put on. Most Popular Folk and Old-time Songs: Soldier, Soldier, Wont You Marry Me The most favourite folk and old-time songs with lyrics with chords for .

Said, "soldier, now soldier Would you marry me Before the fight comes on?" "how can I marry Such a pretty little girl When I got no shoes to put on" Well she went to the dry goods store Hard as she could run She bought the finest Little shoes in the store "come on soldier put these on" Said, "soldier, now soldier Would you marry me Before the. Soldier, Soldier, Will You Marry Me Soldier, soldier, will you marry me With your musket, fife and drum? Oh how can I marry such a pretty little girl When I have no coat to put on? Off to the tailor she did go As fast as she could run She brought him back the finest that was there Now soldier, put it on Soldier, soldier, will you marry me With.


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Oh soldier, soldier, won"t you marry me by Pam Adams Download PDF EPUB FB2

Oh soldier, soldier, won't you marry me. With your musket, fife, and drum. Oh no, sweet maid, I cannot marry thee For I have no coat to put on Then up she went to her grandfather's chest.

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Hardcover – June 1, by John M. Langstaff (Author) › Soldier Amazon's John M. Langstaff Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Cited by: 2. Pam Adams () was a British children's book author and illustrator, and a graphic designer.

Born in Swindon inshe was educated at the Swindon Art College and at the Central School of Art in London, and worked for many years as a graphic designer in the advertising field/5(10).

"Soldier, soldier won't you marry me" is a traditional song. Among many arrangements, Peter Pears made an arrangement of the song in The main story to the song is a woman is asking a soldier to marry her, but he says he cannot as he has no nice clothing to put on (hat, coat, boots, etc).

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Off to the tailor she did go As fast as she could run She brought him back the finest that was there Now soldier, put it on Soldier, soldier, will you marry me With your musket, fife and drum.

Oh how. Get this from a library. Oh soldier, soldier, won't you marry me?. [Pam Adams] -- By providing the soldier with a fine suit of wont you marry me.

book, a young maid tries to entice him to marry her. Features die-cut pages. O soldier, soldier, won't you marry me With your musket fife and drum. O no sweet maid I cannot marry you For I have no gloves to put on.

So up she went to her grandfather's chest And she got him a pair of the very, very best And the soldier put them on. O soldier, soldier, won't you marry me. The Hardcover of the Oh Soldier, Soldier, Won't You Marry Me?: Won't You Marry Me.

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Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. And the soldier put them on Oh, soldier, soldier will you marry me With your musket fife and drum. Oh, how can I marry such a pretty girl as thee When I got no pants to put on Off to the tailor she did go as fast as she could run, Bought him a pair of the best that was there And the soldier put them on Now, soldier, soldier will you marry me/10(3).

And the soldier put it on. Soldier, soldier will you marry me, With your musket, fife and drum Oh, how can I marry such a pretty girl as you, When I have no boots to put on. Off to the cobbler she did go, As fast as she could run, Bought him a pair, the best that was there, And the soldier put it on.

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Oh, the best that she could buy, And the soldier put it on. Soldier, soldier, will you marry me, With your knapsack, fife and drum. "Oh, how can I marry Such a pretty girl as you, When I've got no shoes to put on?" So she ran away To the shoemaker's shop, As fast as she could run, And she bought him some shoes, Oh, the best that she could buy.

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The familiar folksong charmingly elucidated by Anita Lobel's fresh and lively pictures, each a framed portrait of the bustling old-time town. Her ""sweet maid"" is a small child in old fashioned bonnet and ribboned gown who answers the jaunty soldier's every objection (""Oh no, sweet maid, I cannot marry you/ For I have no hat/ shirt/ tie/ coat/ boots/ gloves to put on"") by running off (over.

The song is a simple story of girl meeting soldier. Girl providing soldier with all his material needs. By the way, his physical needs are not mentioned, I expect these have long been expurgated as this has been a "children's song" in the UK for at least a century.

Now, soldier, put it on. Soldier, soldier, won't you marry me. It's O, a fife and drum. How can I marry such a pretty girl as you When I've got no coat to put on. Off to the tailor she did go As hard as she could run, Brought him back the finest was there.

Now, soldier, put it on. Soldier, soldier, won't you marry me. It's O, a fife and drum. Soldier, soldier, will you marry me With your musket, fife and drum. Oh how can I marry such a pretty little girl When I have no coat to put on. Off to the tailor she did go As fast as she could run She brought him back the finest that was there Now soldier, put it on Soldier, soldier, will you marry me With your musket, fife and drum.

Soldier, soldier, will you marry me, With your musket, fife and drum. Oh, how can I marry such a pretty girl as you, When I have no coat to put on. Off to the tailor she did go, As fast as she could run, Bought him a coat, the best that was there, And the soldier put it on.

Soldier, soldier, will you marry me, With your musket, fife and drum. Soldier Soldier is a British television drama series.

The title comes from a traditional song of the same name - "Soldier, soldier won't you marry me, with your musket, fife and drum?"- an instrumental version of which was used as its theme music. Created by Lucy Gannon, produced by Central Television and broadcast on the ITV network, it ran for a total of seven series and 82 episodes from 10 Original network: ITV.

Soldier, soldier, will you marry me, with your musket, fife, and drum? Oh, how can I marry such a pretty girl as ye when I got no pants to put on? Off to the tailor's she did go as fast as she could run, Bought him a pair of the best that was there and the soldier put them on.

Soldier, soldier, will you marry me, with your musket, fife, and.“Soldier, soldier, marry me, And I’ll give you a fife and drum.” “Oh, how could I marry such a pretty, pretty thing?

Hadn’t got no coat to put on.” Away she went to the coatmaker’s shop As hard as she could run, And got one of the very best sort, And the soldier, he put it on. “Soldier. Harry Belafonte Soldier, Soldier Lyrics. Soldier, Soldier lyrics performed by Harry Belafonte: Oh, soldier, soldier will you marry me With your musket fife and drum?

Oh, how can I marry such a pretty girl as thee When I got no shoes to put on Off to the cobbler she did go as fast as she could run, Bought him a pair of the best that was there And the soldier put them on Oh, soldier, soldier.