Come every shepherd with his love
Come every shepherd with his love,
And court the western gale;
Come let us seek the oaken grove
In sweet Llangollen vale.
There with a sigh the ardent youth
May urge his tender tale,
The evening hours in joy beguile,
And happy he,
Beneath the tree,
Whose fair rewards him with a smile.
The pipe shall cheer with merry strain,
The harp in concert sound,
And lightly ev'ry maid and swain,
Trip on the grassy ground:
Or, seated in a ring,
we'll pass The cheerful song around.
Come, let us court the western gale,
And joyful haste,
Awhile to taste,
The sweets of lov'd Llangollen vale.
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