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Stanton Drew

54 55 The Song of STAnTon drew they danced and they danced Midsummer eve it fell on a Saturday Sue and William went to be wed They had music played by a fiddler Lets go dancing William said. They danced and danced and danced around They danced and danced to the fiddlers sound They danced with a skip, they danced with a hop, It seemed that nothing could make them stop. Midnight struck and then said the fiddler Dancing on a Sunday wouldnt be right, Sue gave a laugh, Dont care if to Hell I go Ill find another fiddler tonight. They danced and danced and danced around They danced and danced to the fiddlers sound They danced with a skip, they danced with a hop, It seemed that nothing could make them stop. Off went the fiddler, left them all grumbling, Then another fiddler came along the way. Youd like to dance and Id like to play for you Tunes he played both merry and gay. They danced and danced and danced around They danced and danced to the fiddlers sound They danced with a skip, they danced with a hop, It seemed that nothing could make them stop. Stop cried the dancers, NO cried the fiddler, He kept on in spite of their moans. They couldnt stop their jerking and a stumbling, Then in a flash, he turned them into stones. They danced and danced and danced around They danced and danced to the fiddlers sound They danced with a skip, they danced with a hop, It seemed that nothing could make them stop. Stanton Drew in the County of Somerset Thats where the Devil played at Sues request, They paid the price for dancing on a Sunday. Now they are standing evermore at rest. by Kim Ravenscroft RIP
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