Donna wrote to me asking for help with a song:
Hi Mama Lisa
….my Grandmother used to sing a song to my Mother when she was a child and we can’t find the correct words or melody to it. I was wondering if you or anyone you know might know it. My ancestors are from Scotland and Whales so we figure that is where it came from. Some of the words are, as best I can remember…
"The brownies one night told the fairies to come to the Halloween ball. To be given the last of October when Jack frost makes all the leaves fall. The toadstools will furnish the sitting…..and the the fireflies will furnish the lights…"
I hope this is enough for you and I hope that you find it. I have been looking for several years so I have about exhausted all my leads until I found your site. Good luck. I hope to hear good news!
If anyone can help with this song, please let us know in the comments below.
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