I'm a Darlin'
|As I walked out of Chester city|
At the late hour of the night
Who should I see but a fair young maiden
Washing her clothes by the clear moonlight.
Madam, I'm a darlin', a die-ro-dither-o
Madam, I'm a darlin', a die-ro-day.
2. First she washed and then she squeezed them
3. O, going to the well to fetch some water
4. Madam I will tie your garter,|
I will tie it above your knee
And if you like I'll tie it up farther
'Cause madam I'm a die-row-day.
5. Have you ever heard of cups and saucers
6. Madam you may have the gold and silver