27.6.10

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at (owzat?)


Ilkley Moor Bar T'at


Where 'as tha bin since ah saw thee, ah saw thee

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

Where ‘as tha bin sin ah saw thee

Where 'as tha bin sin ah saw thee (without thy trousers on)



On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at (owzat?)

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at



Thou's bin a courtin Mary Jane, Mary Jane

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

Thou's bin a courtin Mary Jane

Thou’s bin a courtin Mary Jane (without thy trousers on)



On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at (owzat?)

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

Tha’s gonna catch tha death of cold, death of cold

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

Tha’s gonna catch tha death of cold

Tha’s gonna catch tha death of cold (without thy trousers on)



On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at (owzat?)

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at



Then we shall ‘ave to bury thee, bury thee

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

Then we shall ‘ave to bury thee

Then we shall ‘ave to bury thee (without thy trousers on)



On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at (owzat?)

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at



Then t’worms’ll come and eat thee up, eat thee up

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

Then t’worms’ll come and eat thee up

Then t’worms’ll come and eat thee up (without thy trousers on)



On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at (owzat?)

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at



Then ducks’ll come and eat up t’worms, eat up t’worms

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

Then ducks’ll come and eat up t’worms

Then ducks’ll come and eat up t’worms (without thy trousers on)



On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at (owzat?)

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at



Then we shall come and eat up t’ducks, eat up t’ducks

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

Then we shall come and eat up t’ducks

Then we shall come and eat up t’ducks (without thy trousers on)



On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at (owzat?)

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at



Then we shall all ‘ave etten thee, etten thee

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

Then we shall all ‘ave etten thee

Then we shall all ‘ave etten thee (without thy trousers on)



On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at (owzat?)

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at

On Ilkley Moor b’ah t’at