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Come Sing Low, Come Sing High is a song from the film, The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men. It is sung by Friar Tuck and Robin Hood.

Lyrics

Friar Tuck:
There was a lover and his lass,
Sat 'neath a spreading oak,
And lest his heart should break apart,
The doting lover spoke:

"Come sing low, come sing high;
Come change thy name to mine,
And you shall eat my capon pie,
And drink my Malmsey wine."

The maiden turned her head away
And answered ill at ease:
"Is it in sport you pay me court
With such low words as these?"

So, come sing low, come sing high;
Come change thy name to mine,
And you shall eat my capon pie,

Friar Tuck and Robin Hood:
And drink my Malmsey wine.
And drink my Malmsey wine.

Friar Tuck:
Come sing low, come sing high;
Come change thy name to mine.


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