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  1. Shakasa says:
    Horkstow Grange (The Miser and His Man–a local tragedy) was sung to Grainger by George Gouldthorpe, and tells a somewhat ambiguous story of a local happening. Grainger wrote in his manuscript: “John Bowlin' was a foreman at a farm at Horkstow, and John Steeleye Span was waggoner under him. They fell out, and J.S. Span made these verses.”.
  2. Gutaur says:
    Horkstow Grange Lyrics: In Horkstow Grange there lived and old miser / You all do know him as I have heard say / It's him on his men that was named John Bowlin / And they fell out one market day.
  3. Mezimuro says:
    Horkstow Grange Lyrics: In Horkstow Grange there lives and old miser / You all do know him as I've heard tell / It was him and his man that we called John Bowlin' / They fell out one market day /.
  4. Tuzilkree says:
    Steeleye Span sing Horkstow Grange In Horkstow Grange there lived an old miser You all do know him as I have heard say It's him on his man that was named John Bowlin And they fell out one market day With a blackthorn stick old Steeleye struck him As of times he had threatened.
  5. Vitilar says:
    Horkstow Grange "'Horkstow Grange' (The Miser and His Man-a local tragedy)" was sung to Grainger by George Gouldthorpe, and tells a somewhat ambiguous story of a local happening. Grainger wrote in his manuscript: "John Bowlin' was a foreman at a farm at Horkstow, and John Steeleye Span was waggoner under him.
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  7. Zologis says:
    "Horkstow grange" was an album which split the Steeleye Span fan base. For some it was a welcome return to their folk roots, while for others the presence of Gay Woods in place of Maddy Prior was an unwelcome development.3/5.
  8. Goltira says:
    In Horkstow Grange there lived an old miser You all do know him as I have heard say It's him on his man that was named John Bowlin And they fell out one market day. With a blackthorn stick old Steeleye struck him As of times he had threatened before John Bowlin turned round all in a passion.
  9. Vurn says:
    Horkstow Grange Lyrics By – Traditional Music By – Peter Knight: 4: Lord Randall Adapted By, Music By – Bob Johnson Lyrics By – Traditional: 5: Erin Written-By – Traditional: 6: Queen Mary / Hunsden House Written-By – Traditional: 7: Bonny Birdy Adapted By – Peter Knight Written-By – Traditional: 8 /5(5).

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