Robin Hood is a song from the film, The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men. It is sung by Allan-a-Dale. It is played when Allan-a-Dale is begging for money from peasants and when Midge the Miller asks and pays him to play it again to allow Robin Hood to know that they are on his side when looking for him in Sherwood Forest along with Maid Marian.

Lyrics

Allan-a-Dale:
Oh, the sheriff with threescore bowmen
Rode out of Nottingham Town
But Robin Hood left those bowmen
A-gasping on the ground
Oh, the sheriff, he dined with Robin Hood
And when he had paid the score
Back to Nottingham spurred but from what I had heard
He rode hind side to fore

So here's to the tale in the sheriff's hand
And here's to the bowl in thine
And when ye have drunk to Robin Hood
Pray, leave a penny in mine
In mine
Pray, leave a penny in mine

Allan-a-Dale:
Oh, the sheriff with threescore bowmen
Rode out of Nottingham Town
But Robin Hood left those bowmen
A-gasping on the ground
Now, here's to good, kind Robin Hood
And his bold Yeomanry
There's no better man than Scarlet
Or Little John in all our fair country

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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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