Hal An Tow

Take no scorn to wear the horn
It was the crest when you were born
Your fathers father wore it
And your father wore it too

Hal an tow, jolly rumbelow
We were up long before the day-o
To welcome in the summer, to welcome in the May-o
For summer is a-coming in, and winter’s gone away-o

Robin Hood and Little John
Have both gone to the fair-o
So we will to the merry green wood
To hunt the buck and hare-o

What happened to the Spaniards
Who made so great a boast-o
It’s they shall eat the feathered goose
And we shall eat the roast-o

And as for that good knight, St George
St George he was a knight-o
Of all the knights in Christendom
St George he is the right-o

God bless aunt Mary Moses
In all her power and might-o
May she bring peace to England
Bring peace by day and night-o