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Folk shrubbery

Steve Shaw 08 Jan 20 - 06:25 PM
gillymor 08 Jan 20 - 06:21 PM
Dave the Gnome 08 Jan 20 - 06:13 PM
Joe G 08 Jan 20 - 06:08 PM
Steve Shaw 08 Jan 20 - 06:05 PM
gillymor 08 Jan 20 - 05:56 PM
Joe G 08 Jan 20 - 05:49 PM
Long Firm Freddie 08 Jan 20 - 05:49 PM
Michael 08 Jan 20 - 04:46 PM
GUEST,keberoxu 08 Jan 20 - 04:40 PM
Helen 08 Jan 20 - 04:12 PM
Joe Offer 08 Jan 20 - 03:26 PM
DMcG 08 Jan 20 - 03:03 PM
Dave the Gnome 08 Jan 20 - 02:50 PM
Nick 08 Jan 20 - 02:40 PM
Steve Shaw 08 Jan 20 - 02:32 PM
Helen 08 Jan 20 - 02:22 PM
GUEST,Peter Laban 08 Jan 20 - 02:19 PM
Reinhard 08 Jan 20 - 02:05 PM
Dave the Gnome 08 Jan 20 - 02:00 PM
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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 06:25 PM

Dylan: Lay Lady Lay... (think about it....)


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: gillymor
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 06:21 PM

Michael Hedges, of course.


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Dave the Gnome
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 06:13 PM

In that case, I'll raise you the unfortunate rake.


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Joe G
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 06:08 PM

Please do. ;-) That was pretty good to be fair :-)


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 06:05 PM

Is Kate Bush allowed in this thread? I hear she's fed up of going on the road, or in her words, she's secateurs...

Geddit? Bush? Secateurs?

I'll get me coat...


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: gillymor
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 05:56 PM

The Gooseberry Bush
And I suppose Roger Bush, bass player for the Kentucky Colonels and Country Gazette, among others, would qualify.


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Joe G
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 05:49 PM

The Bold Priveteer

I'm here all week (I'm afraid) ;-)


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Long Firm Freddie
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 05:49 PM

Sweet William

LFF


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Michael
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 04:46 PM

"Sing Oak and ash and Thorn good sirs"


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: GUEST,keberoxu
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 04:40 PM

tum-ble-ing tumbleweeds?


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Helen
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 04:12 PM

Not really folk, but an "old" song, I always loved Wattle I Do.

Wattle I do with just a photograph to tell my troubles to?
When I'm alone with only dreams of you that won't come true
Wattle I do?

In case you are unaware, the Oz native shrub called wattle is an acacia.

When the wattle blooms in August I annoy my Hubby by singing Wattle I Do.


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Joe Offer
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 03:26 PM

How about Ambletown (Home Dearie Home? - the oak and the ash and the bonny rowan tree....


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: DMcG
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 03:03 PM

'Candlemas Eve'

(Down with the rosemary and bay,
Down with the mistletoe,
Instead of holly, now upraise
The greener box for show ... Etc etc)

Kipling's poem "Our fathers of old" as sung by Bellamy.


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Dave the Gnome
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 02:50 PM

Well if you're going to be silly I'm claiming the Connought Hydrangea :-)


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Nick
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 02:40 PM

Leaving of Liverpool?


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Steve Shaw
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 02:32 PM

Bushes and Briars

Green Brooms

Bonny Banks of Roses

What about those mystical songs where the young woman "had her back to the thorn," murdered her babies then spent seven years in hell? Nothing like a bit of light-hearted life-affirming folkie entertainment!


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Helen
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 02:22 PM

Blooming heather
Thyme - bunch of
Parsley
Sage
Rosemary


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: GUEST,Peter Laban
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 02:19 PM

I could roll off a list of Irish tunes but I'll suggest 'The Old Bush' for now.


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Subject: RE: Folk shrubbery
From: Reinhard
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 02:05 PM

Sweet Blooming Lavender


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Subject: Folk shrubbery
From: Dave the Gnome
Date: 08 Jan 20 - 02:00 PM

I'm not one for copycat threads but after reading snobbery as shrubbery I couldn't resist it.

What should we have in our folk shrubbery?

I'll start with Broom (of the Cowdenknowes)

Next!


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