Bobby Shafto's Gone to Sea
"Bobby Shafto's Gone to Sea" or "Bobby Shafto" is an English language folk song and nursery rhyme
“Bobby Shafto's gone to sea,
Silver buckles at his knee;
He'll come back and marry me,
Bonny Bobby Shafto!
Bobby Shafto's bright and fair,
Panning out his yellow hair;
He's my love for evermore,
Bonny Bobby Shafto![”
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