No, Sir, No Tell me one thing, tell me truly Tell me why you scorn me so, Tell me why, when asked a question, You will always answer "No". cho: No sir, no sir, no sir, no-oh-oh-oh No sir, no sir, no sir, no. My father was a Spanish Merchant And before he went away He told me to be sure and answer "No" to all that you should say If while walking in the garden Plucking flowers all wet with dew, Tell me, would you be offended If I pluck-ed one for you? If while walking in the garden I should ask you to be mine Tell me would you be offended Would you then my heart decline? cho: No sir, no sir, no sir, no-oh-oh-oh No sir, no sir, no sir, no. A refreshing variant on "Oh No John" (filename [ONOJOHN) Sung by Emily Sparkes Recorded by Desmond and Shelagh Herring at Rattlesden, Suffolk 1958-59 Issued by Veteran Tapes, 44 Old Street, Haughley, STOWMARKET, IP14 3NX on "Many a Good Horseman" VTVS01/02 VH apr00
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