Lyrics & MP3 Copy
of Studio Recording
Scarborough Fair
Traditional Folk Song
Recorded by Frank McKinnon



According to several sources, Scarborough Fair is a folk song which was written between 400 and 900 years ago.

Lyrics

Are you going
to Scarborough Fair?
(parsely, sage,
rosemary and thyme)
Remember me to
one who lives there.
She once was
a true love of mine.

Tell her to make me
a cambric shirt
(parsley, sage,
rosemary, and thyme)
without no seams
nor needle work.
Then, she'll be
a true love of mine.

Tell her to buy me
an acre of land
(parsley, sage,
rosemary and thyme)
between the salt water
and the sea strand.
Then, she'll be
a true love of mine.

Tell her to reap it
with a sickle of leather
(parsley, sage,
rosemary, and thyme)
and gather it all
in a bunch of heather.
Then, she'll be
a true love of mine

Are you going
to Scarborough Fair?
(parsely, sage,
rosemary and thyme)
Remember me to
one who lives there.
She once was
a true love of mine.


mp3 Copy of Studio Recording
Recorded in 2000

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[mp3 Copy of Studio Recording]


Tom Blake: Vocal Harmony
Jim Ostrander: Bass Guitar
Frank McKinnon: Guitar and Vocal



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