I Held a Lady

words ?1995 Colm Gallagher, Colm Music, ASCAP

        I learned this from Tommy Makem. The tune is traditional - "The Munster Cloak."(GB)

I held a lady, oh laddie-daddie,
I held a lovely brown-haired girl,
I held a lady, oh laddie-daddie,
I held a lovely brown-haired girl.
I know that she was warm,
For I held her and touched her.
I held her so long. It was lovely
Holding her against my body.

I hear her laughing, I see her smiling,
I feel her arms around me
From morning, when sun is shining, til evening,
Even when the night is falling down,
All down the calling way,
Calling you, young lady.
For you, brown-haired – oh laddie-daddie,
Diddley-eye dadden-adda – lady.

Oh I remember, how I remember
Old Days when I was young, days
When I held a lady, oh laddie-daddie,
I held a lovely brown-haired girl;
Old days are dean-and-gone days,
Alive in the morning,
Alive in the sun – laddie-daddie,
Diddley-eye adden-daddle – lady.

Red lips that love at my lips, a heart and
Thigh, hips and legs and eyes, slips
Away in the dawning day, laddie-awning,
I looks along the old road,
That old Sally Noggin Bog road
Where I held a lady,
Where I held a lovely – adden-dadden,
Diddley-eye dadden-addle – lady.

I Held a Lady is recorded the CD Gordon Bok and Bob Zentz - Together Again for the First Time and the the Folk-Legacy album Return the the Land
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