From the ancient sun to the old hearth stove sang the troubadours
From the city gates to the castle walls come the troubadours
On a sunlit day it was bright and clear
And the people came from far and they came from near
To hear the troubadours
Do do do do, do do do do, do do do

If the troubadours sang their songs of love to the lady fair
She was sitting outside on a balcony in the clear night air
It was a starry night and the moon was shining bright
And the trumpets rang and they gave a chime
For the troubadours
Do do do do, do do do

And for everyman all across the land and from shore to shore
They come singin' songs of love and chivalry from the days of yore

Baby lift your window high, do you hear that sound
It's the troubadours as they gonna go through town

With their freedom song, do do do do

Oh baby lift your window high, did you hear that sound
It's the troubadours with their freedom song

Do do, do do, do do, do do, do, baby, baby

Baby lift your window high, turn your lamp down low
Oh baby don't you know, I love you so

Do you heard that sound
Do you dig that sound
It's the troubadours, coming through town


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Troubadours Lyrics as written by Van Morrison

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