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  1. Akigul Reply
    1. The Trees They Do Grow High 2. Lord Franklin 3. The Bloody Gardener 4. Poor Murdered Woman 5. Seven Yellow Gypsies 6. The Bold Poachers 7. Scarborough Fair 8. Lowlands Of Holland 9. Davy Lowston Streets Of Forbes Polly On The Shore Cold Haily Windy Night/5(7).
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    Topic: The Trees They Do Grow High. I'm wondering if anyone can help me? I'm an intermediate acoustic guitar. player and I am trying to find the chords/ tuning/picking pattern to the Martin Carthy. song 'The Trees They Do Grow High'. I can. sing it quite well, and would absolutely. love to play this song. I cannot find the.
  3. Tojaktilar Reply
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    The Trees They Do Grow High This song is by Martin Carthy and appears on the album Martin Carthy () and on the album A Collection (). Martin Carthy:The Trees They Do Grow High Lyrics | LyricWiki | Fandom.
  5. Nikogor Reply
    The Trees They Do Grow High: A3: Sovay: A4: Ye Mariners All: A5: The Queen Of Hearts: A6: Broomfield Hill: A7: Martin Carthy: Martin Carthy ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Topic Records: TSCD UK: Sell This Version: Add to Collection Add to Wantlist Remove from Wantlist. Marketplace 0 14 For Sale from $ Buy.
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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Martin Carthy - Martin Carthy at Discogs. Complete your Martin Carthy collection.
  7. Shaktibei Reply
    Martin Carthy – A Collection david T+ Drawn from Martin's first six albums (TSCD) this specially priced collection is the perfect introduction to this unique figure and his early recording career. 1 The Trees They Do Grow High 2 Lord Franklin 3 The Bloody Gardener 4 Poor Murdered Woman.
  8. Mezishicage Reply
    The trees they grow high, The leaves they do grow green Many is the time my true love I've seen Many an hour I have watched him all alone He's young, But he's daily growing Father, dear father, You've done me great wrong You have married me to a boy who is too young I'm twice twelve and he is but fourteen He's young, But he's daily growing.