Ballad from Cornwall
The bonny month of June is crowned|
With the sweet scarlet rose;
The groves and meadows all around
With lovely pleasure flows.
2. As I walked out to yonder green,
3. Hail! lovely nymphs, be not too coy,
4. Bright Luna spreads its light around,|
The gallants for to cheer;
As they lay sporting on the ground,
At the fair June bonfire.
5. All on the pleasant dewy mead,
6. Whilst larks and linnets sing so sweet,
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