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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Media
The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie MenVideoBookSoundtrackThe Riddle of Robin Hood
Characters
Robin HoodLittle JohnFriar TuckWill ScarletScathelockWill StutelyMerrie MenAllan-a-DaleMaid MarianMidge the MillerHugh FitzoothEarl of HuntingdonTybArchbishop of CanterburyQueen EleanorKing RichardPrince JohnSheriff of NottinghamRed GillPrince John's Guards
Locations
EnglandNottinghamNottingham CastleNottingham SquareSherwood ForestAlford AbbeyHuntingdon ManorTower of London
Songs
Riddle De Diddle De DayBewareCome Sing Low, Come Sing HighRobin Hood Whistle My LoveAllan-a-Dale's SongKnottle to Knock
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