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  2. "Blackleg Miner" is a 19th-century English folk song, originally from Northumberland (as can be deduced from the dialect in the song and the references in it to the villages of Seghill and Seaton Delaval).Its Roud number is The song is one of the most controversial English folk songs owing to its depiction of violence against strikebreakers.
  3. I'm not convinced this is a nineteenth-century folk song. The earliest printed version is in A.L. Lloyd's book "Come All Ye Bold Miners" There are several websites that suggest it originated in , but no evidence is given. I can believe that that the word "blackleg" originates in Ogg , 21 February (UTC) I would agree.
  4. There goes the blackleg miner Well he grabs his duds and down he goes To hew the coal that lies below There's not a woman in this town row Will look at the blackleg miner Oh Delaval is a terrible place They rub wet clay in the blackleg's face And around the heaps they run a foot race To catch the blackleg miner And divvnt gan near the Seghill mine.
  5. "The Blackleg Miner" is a 19th-century, English folk song that incites union workers to fight against the strikebreakers. The song's relentless and blatant lyrics soon became the anthem for the laborious strikes between the s and s, exemplifying the song's relevance decades after its production.
  6. The Blackleg Miners Oh, early in the evenin', just after dark, The blackleg miners creep te wark, Wi' their moleskin trousers an' dorty short, There go the backleg miners! They take their picks an' doon they go Te dig the coal that lies belaw, An' there's not a woman in this toon-aw* Will look at a blackleg miner.
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  8. Blackleg Miner Lyrics: It's in the evening after dark / When the blackleg miner creeps to work / With his moleskin pants and dirty shirt / There goes the blackleg miner / Well, he grabs his duds.
  9. Subject: RE: Blackleg Miner - Tune? From: Malcolm Douglas Date: 30 Jul 08 - AM That was in reply to Richard's first post, of course. The DT midi is exactly as printed by Lloyd (Folk Song in England, , ); but it has undergone some modifications by revival performers since coiracfiwimgedpscas.lukathefolpecadislectmesrikumi.infoinfo have also purged the text of some of its irregularities, and that too would contribute to the midi.

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