When first I went a-waggoning, a-waggoning did go,|
I filled my parents' hearts full of sorrow, grief, and woe.
And many are the hardships that I have since gone through.
And sing wo, my lads, sing wo!
Drive on my lads, I-ho!
And who wouldn't lead the life of a jolly waggoner?
2. It is a cold and stormy night, and I'm wet to the skin,
3. Now summer it is coming, - what pleasure we shall see;
4. Now Michaelmas is coming, - what pleasure we shall find;
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