THE BOY'SBOOK OF BALLADS.
Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne.
When shaws be sheen, and swards full fair,And leaves both large and long,It is merry walking in the fair forestTo hear the small birds' song.
The woodweel sang, and would not cease,Sitting upon the spray,So loud, he wakened Robin Hood,In the greenwood where he lay.
Now by my faith, said jolly Robin,A sweaven I had this night;I dreamt me of two wight yeomenThat fast... more...