So here I must leave you standing alone I'm leaving my Nancy-O Goodbye my Nancy, oh The first posting above might appear to provide a better "story" but given that Eric was an adult when he left Scotland, it just doesn't jive with anything Eric has ever said about the song's origins. (Notes Eric Bogle, 'Now I'm Easy'), © Sammlung : Susanne Kalweit (Kiel) And a thousand regrets whirl around in my brain But our time has run out and the whistle has blown

Goodbye my Nancy-O It stops with a shudder and a screaming of brakes The ache in my heart is a black sea of pain I'm leaving my Nancy, oh But you stand there beside me so lovely to see You're not fooling yourself and you're not fooling me Goodbye my Nancy, oh And come a little closer Put your head upon my shoulder And let me hold you one last time Before the whistle blows But our time has run out and the whistle has blown Here I must leave you standing alone

But the grip of your hand is an unspoken plea You stand there beside me determinedly gay, we talk of the weather and events of the day, but your eyes tell me all that your lips would'nt say, goodbye my nancy o. cho.

And let me hold you one last time

Goodbye my Nancy, oh © All original copyrights respected / For private use only, Susannes Folksong-Notizen   English Notes, And come a little closer You're not fooling yourself and you're not fooling me

Before the whistle blows

But you stand there beside me so lovely to see And let me hold you one last time Put your head upon my shoulder         Put your head upon my shoulder Put your head upon my shoulder

Before the whistle blows This is just a preview! Goodbye my Nancy, oh And come a little closer

This was a song I wrote for my mother when I emigrated from Scotland to Australia in 1969. And your eyes tell me all that your tongue doesn't say
You talk of the weather and events of the day She was only allowed to come to see me off on the condition that no tears were shed. And let me hold you one last time Goodbye my Nancy-O, My suitcase is lifted and stowed on the train And let me hold you one last time I see the first tears trickle and fall This song perhaps redresses the balance. Subject: RE: origin of' leaving nancy 'song From: late 'n short 2 Date: 22 Oct 04 - 03:03 PM I've heard Eric give the explanation that agrees with the DT quote. (Eric Bogle, notes 'Live In Person'), [1980:] Everybody knows the pain of leaving loved ones. Put your head upon my shoulder And she was very good, she almost kept her promise, but broke down just as the train was pulling out of the station. Before the whistle blows But you stand there beside me so lovely to see I'm leaving my Nancy, oh And you stand there so calmly so lovely to see But the grip of your hand it's an unspoken plea You're not fooling yourself and you're not fooling me Goodbye my Nancy, oh And come a little closer Lay your head upon my shoulder And let me hold you one more time Before the whistle blows And you stand there so calmly, determinedly gay And come a little closer Goodbye my Nancy-O, [1977:] This song was written [in April 1971] for my mother after she had come to say goodbye at the Railway Station when I emigrated to Australia. My suitcase is lifted and stowed on the train The parting has come and my weary soul aches Here I must leave you standing alone I'm leaving my Nancy, oh

And come a little closer

And as I lean out to wave and to call
And as I lean out to wave and to call A thousand regrets whirl around in my brain Make sure your selection The ache in my heart is a black sea of pain The parting has come and my weary soul aches Before the whistle blows, The Dubliners Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.com.

starts and ends within the same node. I'm leaving my Nancy-O Layout : Henry Kochlin  (Schwerin).         Before the whistle blows, In comes the train and the whole platform shakes Leaving Nancy (Eric Bogle) And come a little closer Put your head upon my shoulder And let me hold you one last time Before the ... [1980:] Everybody knows the pain of leaving loved ones. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963, Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. But your eyes tell me all that your tongue doesn't say

I see the first tears trickle and fall You're not fooling yourself and you're not fooling me Cannot annotate a non-flat selection. It was a difficult parting, as we tried desperately and unsuccessfully to ignore the fact that I was going to the other side of the world, and submerged our true feelings by talking trivia. my leaving has come and my weary soul aches, i'm leaving my nancy o. In comes the train and the whole platform shakes         And let me hold you one last time

Goodbye my Nancy-O, But our time has run out and the whistle has blown This was a song I wrote for my mother when I emigrated from Scotland to Australia in 1969.


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