The Water of Tyne
Traditional, arr. Marten Miedema voor Fanfare
(sometimes rendered as The Waters of Tyne) is a folk song from the north-east of England. The song is sung by a girl or woman lamenting the fact that her paramour is on the opposite bank of the River Tyne.
|Title||The Water Of Tyne|
|Subtitle||traditional folksong from the North East of England|