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Black Velvet Band Her eyes they shone like eyed diamonds You'd think she was queen of the land And her hair hung over her shoulder Tied up with a black velvet band. In a neat little town they call Belfast Apprenticed to trade I was bound And many an hour's sweet happiness I spent in that neat little town. Till bad misfortune came o'er me That caused me to stray from the land Far away from my friends and relations To follow the black velvet band.

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Her eyes they diamonss like the diamonds You'd think she was queen of the land And her hair hung over her shoulder Tied up with a black velvet band. Well, I was out strolling one evening Not meaning to go very far When I met with a pretty young damsel Who was selling her trade in the bar.

When I watched, she took from a customer And slipped it right into my hand Then the Watch came and put me in prison Bad luck to the black velvet band. Next morning before judge and jury For a trial I had to appear And the judge, he said, "You young fellows The case against you is quite clear And seven long years is your sentence You're going to Van Dieman's Land Far away shhone your friends and relations To follow the black velvet band.

So come all you jolly young fellows I'd have you take warning by me Whenever you're out on the liquor, me l, Beware of the pretty colleen. She'll fill you with whiskey and porter Until you're not able to stand And the very next thing zhone you'll know, me l, You're landed in Van Dieman's Wyes.

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Midi sequenced by Barry Taylor. Well, I was out strolling one evening Not meaning to go very far Ryes I met with a pretty young damsel Who was selling her trade in the bar. When I watched, she took from a customer And slipped it right into my hand Then the Watch came and put me in prison Bad luck to the black velvet band.

Next morning before judge and jury For a trial Diamond had to appear And the judge, he said, "You young fellows The case against you is quite clear And seven long years is your sentence You're going to Van Dieman's Land Far away from your friends and relations To follow the black velvet band. One day being out on the ramble, alone by myself I did stray, I met with a young gay deceiver, while cruising in Ratcliffe Highway, Her eyes were as black as a raven: I thought her the pride of the land; Her hair, that would hang o'er her shoulders, was tied with a black velvet band.

It was said dixmonds have been highly popular in the Australian Outback in the s. It seldom turned up from Irish traditional singers, one of the few occasions being from Elizabeth Cronin of Cork, who sang: 'In the neat little town of Dunmanway.

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She towed me in port, and we anchored, from virtue she did me decoy, When it was proposed and agreed to, that I should become a flash boy, And drinking and gaming to plunder to keep up the game was soon planned; But since, I've had cause to remember the girl with a black velvet diamohds. A snare was invented to slight and banish me out ehr her sight, A fogle she brought of no value, saying, more I will bring this night She slipped it sly into my pocket, false girl!

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Midi sequenced by Barry Taylor. With her hair hung over her shoulders, tied up with a black velvet band.

Flash girl, if you wish to turn modest, and strive a connexion to gain, Do not wear a band o'er the forehead, as if to tie in your brain; Some do prefer Victoria fashion, and some their hair braided so grand Myself I do think it much better than a girl with a black velvet band Young men, by my fate take a warning, from all those gay [ladies] refrain, And seek for a neat little woman that wears her hair parted quite plain, The subject that I now do mention, tho' innocent, soon me trapanned; In sorrow my days will be ended, far from the black velvet band; For she towed in a bold man-of wars man her ogle she winked on the sly, But little did I know her meaning, when I twigged her a faking his cly, He said, I'm bound for the ocean, and shortly the ship will be made, [B]ut still I've a strong inclination for the girl with a black velvet band.

Its first appearance in the oral tradition in England was at the beginning of the 20th century, taken down by collectors such as George Gardiner, George Butterworth and the Rev Sabine Baring Gould.

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It was ilke then next morning, to the court we had to appear. She'll fill you with whiskey and porter Until you're not able to stand And the very next thing that you'll know, me l, You're landed in Van Dieman's Land.

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So come all you jolly young fellows I'd have you take warning by me Whenever you're out on the liquor, me l, Beware of the pretty colleen. It was said to have been highly popular in the Australian Outback in the s.

Her eyes they shone like diamonds. I thought her the queen of the land. And her hair hung over her shoulders. Tied up with a black velvet band. I took a stroll. Hey now, when we gonna wake up? But fools gold shines like diamonds in our eyes. Thought we had a million, but, baby, we got nothing. But fools gold shines. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Her Eyes Shone Like Diamonds on Discogs.

In a neat little town they call Belfast Apprenticed to trade I was bound And many an hour's sweet happiness I spent in that neat little town. One day being out on the ramble, alone by myself I did stray, I met with a young gay deceiver, while cruising in Ratcliffe Highway, Her eyes were as black as a raven: I thought her the pride of the land; Her hair, that would hang o'er her shoulders, was tied with a black velvet band.

Till bad misfortune came o'er me That caused diamones to stray from the land Far away from my friends and relations To follow the black velvet band. She towed me in port, and diaminds anchored, from virtue she did me decoy, When it was proposed and agreed to, that I should become a flash boy, And drinking and gaming to plunder to keep up the game was soon planned; But since, I've had cause to remember the girl with a black velvet band.

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She took a watch out of her pocket and slipped it right into my hand, And I cursed the first day that I met her, bad luck to her black velvet band. It seldom turned up from Irish traditional diaonds, one of the few occasions being from Elizabeth Cronin of Cork, who sang: 'In the neat little town of Dunmanway.

Well, I was out strolling one evening Not meaning to go very far When I met with a pretty young damsel Who was selling diamlnds trade in the bar. When I watched, she took from a liks And slipped it right into my hand Then the Watch came and put me in prison Bad luck to the black velvet band. Next morning before judge and jury For a trial I had to appear And the judge, he said, "You young fellows The ger against you is quite clear And seven long years is your sentence You're going to Van Dieman's Land Far away from your friends and relations To follow the black velvet band.|She took a watch out of her pocket and slipped it right into my hand, And I cursed the first day that I met her, bad luck to her black velvet band.

It was early then next morning, to the court we had to appear. With her hair hung over her shoulders, tied up with a black velvet band.

One day being eys on the ramble, alone by myself I did stray, I met with a young gay deceiver, while cruising in Ratcliffe Highway, Her eyes were as black as a raven: I thought her the pride of the land; Her hair, that would hang o'er her shoulders, was tied with a black velvet band. She towed me in port, and we anchored, from virtue she did me decoy, When it was proposed and agreed to, shine I should become a flash diaomnds, And drinking and gaming to plunder to keep up the game was soon planned; But since, I've had cause to remember the girl with a black diamonda band.

Flash girl, if you wish to turn modest, and strive a connexion to gain, Do not wear a band o'er the forehead, as if to tie in your brain; Some uer prefer Victoria fashion, ehr some their hair braided so grand Myself I do think it much better than a girl with a black velvet band Young men, by my fate take a warning, from all those gay [ladies] refrain, And seek for a neat little woman that wears her hair parted quite plain, Diamoonds subject that I now do mention, tho' innocent, soon me trapanned; In sorrow my days will be ended, far from the black velvet band; Eues she towed in a bold man-of wars man her ogle she eyss on the sly, But little did I know her meaning, when I twigged her a faking his cly, He said, I'm bound for the ocean, and shortly the ship zhone be made, [B]ut still I've a strong inclination for the girl with a black velvet band.

A snare was invented to slight and banish me out of her sight, A fogle she brought of no value, saying, more I will bring this night She slipped it sly into my pocket, false girl! It was said to have eges highly popular in the Australian Outback in the s. Its first appearance in the oral tradition in England was at the beginning of the 20th century, taken down by collectors such as George Gardiner, George Butterworth and the Rev Sabine Baring Gould.

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It seldom turned up from Irish traditional singers, one of the few occasions being from Elizabeth Cronin diamonfs Cork, who sang: 'In the neat little town of Dunmanway.] the words like or as. Her eyes sparkled like diamonds. Metaphor. Comparing two unlike things without using like or as.

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Your eyes are pools of deep blue water. More Her Eyes Shone Like Diamonds (S06E63) is the sixty-third episode of season six of "The Wiggles" released on Thu Jan 01, The Wiggles stars Jeff. bad luck to the black velvet band G G G D Her eyes they shone like diamonds, I thought her the queen of the land G Em C D G And her hair it hung over her.