This is not quite correct; "Matty Groves" is also known as "Little Musgrave And Lady Barnard". And there she saw little Matty Groves Walking in the crowd "Come home with me, little Matty Groves Come home with me tonight Come home with me, little Matty Groves And sleep with me 'til light" "Oh, I can't come home, I won't come home And sleep with you tonight By the rings on your fingers I can tell you are Lord Donald's wife" From the album 'Home Again' [Introduction] C Am F C [Verse 1] Am C twas on the high high holy day, the very best day in the year. Lord Darnell's wife came into church, the gospel for to hear. Lord Darnell's wife came into church, the gospel for to hear. Lord Darnell's wife came into church, the gospel for to hear. And then Lord Donald he took his wife And he sat her upon his knee Saying, "Who do you like the best of us, Matty Groves or me?" A holiday, a holiday, The first one of the year. By the rings on your fingers I can tell you are my master's wife" Come home with me little Mattie Groves, come home with me tonight Paroles de Matty Groves — Fairport Convention: A holiday, a holiday, and the first one of the year, Lord Donald's wife came into the church, the gospel for to hear, … Come home with me, little Matty Groves, And when the meeting it was done, she cast her eyes about And there she saw little Matty Groves, walking in the crowd Little Matty struck no more "Rise up, rise up, my gay, young bride, draw on your pretty clothes Now, tell me, do you like me best or like your Matty Groves" "Or the dying Matty Groves" She picked up Matty's dyin' head, she kissed from cheek to chin Said, "It's Matty Groves I'd rather have, than Arlin and all his kin" "Than Arlin and all his kin" Geoff Grainger writes: "Matty Groves is an ancient ballad following the time-old plot of seduction (aristocratic lady and commoner whereby the lady is the chief instigator), marital disloyalty and retribution in the form of a duel with the marriage breaker and homicide of the disloyal wife by the jealous and vengeful husband." (1966). And when the meeting it was done, she cast her eyes about, And there she saw little Matty Groves, walking in the crowd. A holiday, a holiday, and the first one of the year. And when the meeting it was done, she cast her eyes about, And there she saw little Matty Groves, walking in the crowd. In order to see the lyrics of Fairport Convention - Matty Groves it is necessary to have java script enabled browser.We have another 13 lyrics of songs by Fairport Convention, that you are able to see on the right or clicking on the artist's name.We plan in the future to enable the possibility to make translations of Fairport Convention - Matty Groves lyrics on your own or other languages. And when the meeting it was done, she cast her eyes about, And there she saw little Matty Groves, walking in the crowd. According to a report in the London Times of March 2, 1945, this song was specially written by the composer Benjamin Britten and dedicated to the musicians of the German POW camp Oflag VII B the previous year. And there she saw little Matty Groves, walking in the crowd "Come home with me, little Matty Groves, come home with me tonight Come home with me, little Matty Groves, and sleep with me till light" "Oh, I can't come home, I won't come home and sleep with you tonight By the rings on your fingers I can tell you are my master's wife" This song exists in many textual variants and has several variant names. / … / Lord Darnell's wife came into church, the gospel for to hear / And when the meeting it was done, she cast her eyes about, / And there she saw little Matty Groves, walking in the crowd. The Lyrics for Matty Groves by Fairport Convention have been translated into 1 languages.