Come My Own One

The tune came from Walker Searle’s children in Amberley, Sussex, May 1907, collected by George Butterworth May 1907. The words are from a broadside.

The illustration is Thomas Rowlandson’s The Sailor’s Return, or in the case of the sailor in our song, what he expected when he came home.

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