All Jolly Fellows / Speed the Plough By Magpie Lane. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. All Jolly Fellows / Speed the Plough. Featured on Speed the Plough. More by Magpie Lane. The 25th. Knock at the Knocker, Ring at the Bell. The Oxford Ramble: Songs and Tunes of Oxfordshire.
For we're all jolly fellows that follow the plough".. Along with the gulls there were four tractors in the fields.. between them ploughing, sowing and rolling. At an upstair's window, I set up the 'scope and started to count the med gulls amongst the blackheaded, common and occasional herring gull - heading for an easy + Meds - with.
Apr 26, · Alternate titles: The Ploughboy; We’re All Jolly Fellows That Follow the Plough. The Jolly Plough Boys ‘Twas early one mornin’, at the break of the day The cocks they were crowing and the farmer did say, Rise up my jollw fellows, arise with good will, Your horses want something their bellies to fill.
That follow the plough, that follow the plough, We’re all jolly fellows that follow the plough. When six o’clock come boys then breakfast we take With bread pork & beef boys we heartily eat With a lump in our pockets and out we do go For we’re all jolly fellows that follow the plough. That follow the plough, that follow the plough, We.
The cocks were all crowing and the farmer did say Come rise my good fellows, come rise with good will Your horses want something their bellies to fill. When four o'clock comes, then up we do rise And off to our stable we merrily flies With rubbing and scrubbing our horses I'll vow That we're all jolly fellows that follow the plough.
Jan 15, · The oldest Plow Song that I know of in English is the lovely “Speed the Plough” which is for two voices and is rather sophisticated. I doubt they sang this in the fields. A more recent and simpler song is “We are Jolly Good Fellows that Follow the Plough” (or “The Ploughboy”), of which there are several versions.
> John Kirkpatrick > Songs > God Speed the Plough. The Farmer's Toast / God Speed the Plough [ Roud ; Ballad Index OLoc; trad., tune Eric Winter] This song, probably from early in the 19 th century, is known under various titles: The Farmer's Toast, Success to the Farmer, Jolly Farmer, and God Speed the hedringraloguduvemanepercuacheek.coinfo well-known tune Speed the Plough .