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"The Raggle Taggle Gypsy", is a traditional folk song that originated as a Scottish border ballad, and has been popular throughout Britain, Ireland and North America. It concerns a rich lady who runs off to join the gypsies. Common alternative names are "Gypsy Davy", "The Raggle Taggle Gypsies O", "The Gypsy Laddie", "Black Jack David" and "Seven Yellow Gypsies".

Listen to Blackjack Davey by Bob Dylan, 1,475 Shazams. Connect to Apple Music to play songs in full within Shazam. Black Jack Davey by Hurray for the Riff Raff was written by [Traditional] and . Hurray for the Riff Raff released it on the album My Dearest Darkest Neighbor in 2013. It was covered by Hamper McBee, Salli Terri, Jack Warshaw, Joseph Able Trivett and other artists. Listen to Black Jack Davey by The White Stripes, 4,997 Shazams, featuring on Pure Throwback, and Rock Classics Apple Music playlists. Steve Gunn: Milly's Garden: Boys Forever: Poisonous: Jack Costanzo: Tabu: The Brogues: Don't Shoot Me Down: Submotion Orchestra: Kimono: The Band: We Can Talk: The

Rode off with Black Jack Davey" "Come on, come on my coal-black horse You're speedier than the gray I'll ride all day and I'll ride all night And I'll overtake my lady Yeah, I'll overtake my lady" Well, he rode all night 'til the broad daylight 'Til he came to a river ragin' And there he spied his darlin' bride In the arms of Black Jack Davey

Rode off with Black Jack Davey." "Well, saddle for me my coal black stud, He's speedier than the gray. I rode all day and I'll ride all night, And I'll overtake my lady. I'll bring back my lady." Well, he rode all night till the broad daylight, Till he came to a river ragin', And there he spied his darlin' bride In the arms of Black Jack Davey. Sep 22, 2005 Black Jack Davey Irish Music & Comedy. 7,956 likes · 3 talking about this. Irish Music & Comedy

Subject: RE: Black Jack Davy - origin of phrase? From: InOBU Date: 17 Jul 00 - 06:27 AM More likely Black refer's to Jack's hair color, it is the same as refering to the Rom (Gypsy) who the lady runs off with as Yellow (refering to asian (Indian) skin tone as in an eairlier varient 9 yellow gypsies.

The White Stripes- Black Jack Davey [Bob Dylan Cover] Also known as "The Gypsy Laddie" This song is an old Scottish Traddional Folk Ballad possibly written i Apr 18, 2006 · Check out Black Jack Davey by The Incredible String Band on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.com.

The White Stripes- Black Jack Davey [Bob Dylan Cover] Also known as "The Gypsy Laddie" This song is an old Scottish Traddional Folk Ballad possibly written i

Rode off with Black Jack Davey." "Well, saddle for me my coal black stud, He's speedier than the gray. I rode all day and I'll ride all night, And I'll overtake my lady. I'll bring back my lady." Well, he rode all night till the broad daylight, Till he came to a river ragin', And there he spied his darlin' bride In the arms of Black Jack Davey. Sep 22, 2005 Black Jack Davey Irish Music & Comedy. 7,956 likes · 3 talking about this. Irish Music & Comedy The White Stripes- Black Jack Davey [Bob Dylan Cover] Also known as "The Gypsy Laddie" This song is an old Scottish Traddional Folk Ballad possibly written i A pre-gig open air show in Whitehorse, Canada in 2007also featured in the documentary "Under Great White Northern Lights" Best cover ever of this trad song live at Joshi's (Oakland, CA) on December 2002Hope WGA doesn't take this one away too

Black Jack Davey Lyrics: Black Davey come running on back / Whistlen' loud and merry / Made the woods round him ring / And he charmed the heart of a lady / Charmed the heart of a lady / "How old

Black Jack Davey come a-riden' on back, A-whistlin' loud and merry. Made the woods around him ring, And he charmed the heart of a lady, Charmed the heart  18 Dec 2020 Black Jack Davey came a ridin thru the woods. Singing his song so gay-ly. Sang so loud he made the wildwood rings. He charmed th heart of