The Tale Of Robin Hood

Come near to me and I will tell the tale of Robin Hood
And though he was a noble man was for the common good
A man of the people and a hero to us all
For he robbed from the rich and he gave it to the poor

Now he was born a Loxley in the shire of Nottingham
A story will begin when the boy became a man
A master of the blade and bow, a horseman fine
With an eye for the ladies and for music, food and wine

Ah da da da, da-da da-da da, da-da da-da da da da,
Ah da da da, da-da da-da da,
With an eye for the ladies and for music, food and wine

To Sherwood Forest a-hunting he would go
There with Guy of Gisbourne vie with sword and bow
For everybody knew they were childhood friends
But jealousy and envy would break them in the end
In the end

So now we join Robin on his wedding day
To celebrate a union in which he had no say
To Marion his father would have him wed
To bring power and riches through the wedding bed

Ah da da da, da-da da-da da, da-da da-da da da da,
Ah da da da, da-da da-da da, da-da da-da da da da,

Ah da da da, da-da da-da da, da-da da-da da da da,
Ah da da da, da-da da-da da,
To bring power and riches through the wedding bed

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"The Tale Of Robin Hood" appears on the following albums:

The Legend Of Robin Hood

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