"I Never Will Marry" as written by and A.p. Carter....
One morning as I rambled down by the sea shore
The wind it did whistle and the waters did roar
I heard of fair maiden make a pitiful sound
It sounded so lonesome in the waters around

I never will marry I'll be no man's wife
I expect to live single all the days of my life

My love's gone and left me the one I adore
She's gone where I'll never see her anymore
She plunged her fair body in the waters so deep
She closed her pretty blue eyes in the waters to sleep

I never will marry I'll be no man's wife
I expect to live single all the days of my life

The shells in the ocean shall be my death bed
The fish in deep water swim over my head







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"I Never Will Marry" as written by A.p. Carter

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