"Lass Of The Low Country" as written by Pd Traditional and J Baird....
Oh she was a lass from the low country
And he was a lord of high degree
But she loved him oh so tenderly
Oh sorrow sing sorrow
Now she sleeps in the valley where the wild flowers nod
No-one knows how she loved him but herself and God

One day when the snow was on the mead
She passed him by on a milk white steed
And she spoke to him low nobody paid no need
Oh sorrow sing sorrow
Now she sleeps in the valley where the wild flowers nod
No-one knows how she loved him but herself and God

Now if you be a lass from the low country
Don't love no man of high degree
For he don't got a heart or no sympathy
Oh sorrow sing sorrow
Now she sleeps in the valley where wild flowers nod
No-one knows how she loved him but herself and God


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"Lass of the Low Country" as written by Pd Traditional J Baird

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    General CommentI LOVE this song!!
    But it's a bit high for me to sing so I sing it a bit lower.
    I literally get drowned by the music when I was singing it - without the music!!!
    Not to brag but I think I AM a very talented singer.
    LilaGabbyon January 04, 2013   Link

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