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Goodbye, Fare Thee Well

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  1. Nov 17,  · "Farewell" Music & Lyrics by Bob Dylan From the album: The Bootleg Series Vol. 9: The Witmark Demos: – [Verse 1] E A E Oh it's fare thee well my darling true E B I'm leaving in the first hour of the morn E A A/G# A/F# E I'm bound off for the bay of Mexico B E Or maybe the coast of Californ [Chorus] B A A/G# A/F# E So it's fare thee.
  2. "Fare Thee Well" (sometimes known as " The Turtle Dove ") is an 18th-century English folk ballad, in which a lover bids farewell before setting off on a journey. The lyrics include a .
  3. Fare thee well! and if for ever, Still for ever, fare thee well: Even though unforgiving, never ‘Gainst thee shall my heart rebel. Would that breast were bared before thee Where thy head so oft hath lain, While that placid sleep came o’er thee Which thou ne’er canst know again: Would that breast, by thee glanced over, Every inmost thought.
  4. Goodbye, Fare Ye Well Oh, don't you hear the Old Man say Goodbye fare-ye-well, goodbye fare-ye well Oh, don't you hear the Old Man say Hooraw, me boys, we're homeward bound! We're homeward bound to Liverpool town, Where them judies they will come down. And when we gets to the Wallasea Gates, Sally and Polly for their flash men do wait.
  5. About “Goodbye, Fare-ye-well” 2 contributors Stan Hugill calls this ‘Goodbye, fare-ye-well’, and says it was probably the most popular homeward bound shanty of them all. As well as a variant of the.
  6. Fare Thee Well. This extract from a longer poem, written in the 19th century by George Gordon, Lord Byron, is a popular choice for funerals. The mood of the poem is anguished because the narrator knows that they will never meet his love again, but reassures them that nothing can diminish their love.
  7. Fare thee well, oh honey, fare thee well. The woman I loved, is long and tall, She moved her body like a cannon ball. Oh Fare thee well, oh honey, fare thee well. Early this morning, drizzling rain, And in my heart, I felt an aching pain. Oh Fare thee well, oh honey, fare thee thee well. Now one of these mornings, it won't be long.
  8. Fare thee well means ‘may things go well for you’! ‘Fare thee well’ appears in a lot of songs - often about sending people on a journey safely and happily, saying ‘goodbye and safe journey’ - although it is really about ‘the journey of life’ not exclusively, travelling. Link: see .
  9. Ewan MacColl and A.L. Lloyd sang Goodbye Fare You Well in on the Folkways album of the musical score of the film Whaler Out of New Bedford. Louis Killen and chorus sang Goodbye Fare Thee Well, accompanied by Dave Swarbrick on fiddle, in on the Topic anthology Farewell Nancy: Sea Songs and Shanties.

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