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A dialect story song from around the River Wear, about a myth from the North East of England about a huge 'worm' or serpent that was caught by Lord Lambton a.


The Lambton Worm by Lulic Blurb Books UK

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard EnterprisesThe Lambton Worm · Bryan Ferry · Colin Good · Paul Thompson · Mick Green · Steve Dagget · Paul A.CampellFrom Te.


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The Lambton Worm is sung in the Geordie English dialect. It's about a Sir Lambton fighting a dragon (the big worm). You can find the lyrics on Mama Lisa's Wo.


Lambton Worm Traditional English Folk Song, adapted by Sue Whitehead Sheet music for Vocals

The Lambton Worm Lyrics by Toadstone- including song video, artist biography, translations and more: Sunny Sunday morning, John decides it's much too nice to stay inside As the church is filling, people gathering in wor…


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A very famous legend in the North East of England - the story of The Lambton Worm. The song was written in 1867 by C.M. Leumane and there are many recorded.


The Lambton Worm An English Legend by Joseph Jacobs Read Online

The Lambton Worm Children's Song (English) 1. One Sunday morning Lambton went A-fishing' in the Wear; And caught a fish upon his hook He thought looked very queer.. Here they are with links to their lyrics (most of the links have mp3's or videos too): 1. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star 2. Incey Wincey Spider 3. Round And Round The Garden 4.


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The Lambton Worm Song. The song is in the dialect of Wearside in county Durham and is known as Mack'em. It is not unlike the Geordie dialect but even broader. The song is based on the Legend of the Lambton Worm and was written in 1867 by C M Leumane. The translation on the right is by Audrey Fletcher.


Lambton Worm Song Y2 Images St. Mary & St. Thomas Aquinas

The Lambton Worm, Geordie Version. In 1844 a monument was commissioned by residents in the Sunderland area in northeast England to commemorate their favorite son, Lord John Lambton. On Penshaw Hill, between Washington and Houghton-le-Spring, the monument, styled after the Temple of Hephaestus in Athens, became a local landmark..


Lambton Worm Song Y2 Images St. Mary & St. Thomas Aquinas

THE LAMBTON WORM One Sunday morn young Lambton went A-fishing' in the Wear; An' catched a fish upon he's heuk, He thowt leuk't varry queer. But whatt'n a kind of fish it was Young Lambton cuddent tell. He waddn't fash te carry'd hyem, So he hoyed it doon a well. cho: Whisht! Lads, haad yor gobs, An Aa'll tell ye's aall an aaful story Whisht!


Lambton Worm Song Y2 Images St. Mary & St. Thomas Aquinas

Geordie Wilson performs a traditional song from North East England. Here's the lyrics:The Lambton Worm Whisht! lads, haad yor gobs,Aa'll tell yiz aall and a.


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The Lambton Worm. A wild young fellow was the heir of Lambton, the fine estate and hall by the side of the swift-flowing Wear. Not a Mass would he hear in Brugeford Chapel of a Sunday, but a-fishing he would go. And if he did not haul in anything, his curses could be heard by the folk as they went by to Brugeford.


Lambton Worm Andrew Jenkin

Jim Irvine leads the Marsden Rattlers in this song which closely follows the old legend. Spriguns of Tolgus sang Lambton Worm on their 1975 album Jack With a Feather. Lyrics The Lambton Worm in Everyman's Book of British Ballads. One Sunday morn young Lambton went a-fishing in the Weor; catched a fish upon his heuk he thowt looked varry queor,


Lambton Worm Song Y2 Images St. Mary & St. Thomas Aquinas

The Lambton Worm The Lambton Worm One Sunday morn young Lambton went A-fishing' in the Wear; An' catched a fish upon he's heuk, He thowt leuk't varry queer. But whatt'n a kind of fish it was Young Lambton cuddent tell. He waddn't fash te carry'd hyem, So he hoyed it doon a well. cho: Whisht!


Lambton Worm Song Y2 Images St. Mary & St. Thomas Aquinas

The Lambton worm : a traditional folk song. Publication date 1998 Topics Folk songs, English -- Texts, Folk songs, English Publisher [Newcastle] : Newcastle upon Tyne City Libraries and Arts Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks Contributor Internet Archive Language


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An' when at neets he craaled aboot Te pick up bits o' news, If he felt dry upon the road, He milked a dozen coos. This feorful worm wad often feed On caalves an' lambs an' sheep, An' swally little barins alive When they laid doon te sleep. An' when he'd eaten aall he cud An' he had had he's fill, He craaled away an' lapped he's tail Seven times.


The Lambton Worm

Much of the enduring fame of the Lambton Worm is owed to the song which was written for the pantomime version of 'The Lambton Worm' in 1867 by C.M.Leumane, and which has been adopted as a folk song. The pantomime was first performed at Tyne Theatre and Opera House in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.. The lyrics and music are shown below: The Lambton.