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Tell My Ma - The Rankin Family - Fare Thee Well Love (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Fare Thee Well Love The Rankin Family. Fare thee well l [A7] ove, Fare [D] thee well love. Far a [G] way, you must [D] go [A7] Take your [D] heart love, Take your heart love [G] Will we [D] never meet [A7], again no [D] more [G] [D] [A7] Fare Thee Well Love. Login - add to songbook.
  2. All of this great musicianship wouldn’t mean a thing if it wasn’t for the quality of the songwriting, which on this album is high. Picking out the album centerpiece, the title track, can best show the songwriting capabilities of the Rankin’s. “Fare Thee Well Love” is a slow burning ballad that builds towards a .
  3. The Rankin Family Format: Audio Cassette. out of 5 stars 29 ratings. Stream Fare Thee Well Love by The Rankin Family and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Tell My Ma. Tell My Ma. Listen Now $ 7. You Left a Flower/5(29).
  4. Shop and Buy Fare Thee Well Love sheet music. Choral sheet music book by: Barbershop Harmony Society at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music. (HL).
  5. Fare Thee Well Love Lyrics: Fare thee well, love / Fare thee well, love / Far away, you must go / Take your heart, love / Take your heart, love / Will we never meet, again no more? / Far across.
  6. Fare Thee Well Love The Rankin Family The group has won many Canadian music awards, including 15 East Coast Music Awards, six Juno Awards, four SOCAN Awards, three Canadian Country Music Awards and two Big Country Music Awards.
  7. Five of the siblings began performing professionally in The Rankins released their own independent cassettes The Rankin Family () and Fare Thee Well Love () featuring original songs and a combination of traditional jigs, reels and Celtic folk songs. Their television debut was on the CBC variety show On The Road Again in
  8. History. The first published version of the song appeared in Roxburghe Ballads dated ; the lyrics were there given the title "The True Lover's Farewell".. Lyrical content "Fare Thee Well" shares several lyrics which parallel those of Robert Burns' "A Red, Red Rose".The lyrics are also strikingly similar to a folk song titled, "My Dear Mary Ann" that dates back to the midth century.

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