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Trail: The Two Sisters

The Two Sisters

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There were two sisters walking down by a stream
Oh the wind and the rain
The older one pushed the younger one in
Oh the dreadful wind and rain

Pushed her in the river to drown
Oh the wind and the rain
Watched her as she floated on down
Oh the dreadful wind and rain

Floated on down to the old mill pond
Oh the wind and the rain
She floated on down to the old mill pond
Oh the dreadful wind and rain

The miller fished her out with his long long hook
Oh the wind and the rain
And he brought this maid in from the brook
Oh the dreadful wind and rain

Made a fiddle bow from her long yellow hair
Oh the wind and the rain
He made a fiddle bow from her long yello hair
Oh the dreadful wind and rain

Made fiddle picks from her long finger bones
Oh the wind and the rain
He made fiddle picks from her long finger bones
Oh the dreadful wind and rain

Made a fiddle bridge from her own nose bridge
Oh the wind and the rain
Made a fiddle bridge from her own nose bridge
Cried oh the dreadful wind and rain

And he made a fiddle from her own breast bone
Oh the wind and the rain
The sound could melt a heart of stone
Oh the dreadful wind and rain

The only tune that fddle would play
Oh the wind and the rain
The only tune that fiddle would play
oh the dreadful wind and rain

And the only tune that fiddle would play
Oh the wind and the rain
The only tune that fiddle would play
Was oh the dreadful wind and rain.

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