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Click Go the Shears

Click Go the Shears

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Published by Fontana .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9214819M
ISBN 100006623263
ISBN 109780006623267

Traditional - Click Go The Shears high quality sheet music available for download. Click Go the Shears Out on the boards the old shearer stands, Clasping his shears in his thin bony hands, Fixed is his eyes on a blue-bellied Joe Glory, if he gets her, won’t he make the ringer go! Chorus Click go the shears, boys, click, click, click, Wide is his blow and his hands move quick, The ringer looks around as he’s beaten by a blow.

Lyrics for Click Go The Shears by The Aussie Bush Band. The opening verse of Click Go the Shears is a parody of Ring the Bell, written by Henry Lawson, who wrote about the song in his essay 'The Songs They Used to Sing'. Versions don't seem to differ much - the song was first published in written format in in an article by Percy Jones. The version in this book is as sung by A L Lloyd in the s.

Click Go the Shears cho: Click go the shears, boys, click, click, click, Wide is his blow and his hands move quick, The ringer looks around as he's beaten by a blow And curses the old swagger with the blue-bellied Joe. Out on the boards the old shearer stands, Clasping his shears in his thin bony hands, Fixed is his eyes on a blue-bellied Joe. Click Go the Shears () on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more Menu. Movies. Release Calendar DVD & Blu-ray Releases Top Rated Movies Most Popular Movies Browse Movies by Genre Top Box Office Showtimes & Tickets Showtimes & Tickets In Theaters Coming Soon Coming Soon Movie News India Movie Spotlight.


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Click Go the Shears Download PDF EPUB FB2

Click Go the Shears was probably the most wide pread and enduring of the old-time shearers' songs. It was still frequently to be heard in the sheds of the Western Line of NSW in the last half of the twentieth century. the tune came from an American Civil War song, Ring the Bell, Watchman, and was later used for the A fresh edition of the world /5.

‘Click Go the Shears,’ offers us another fascinating slice of early Australian colonial history. A sequel to Pat Ritter’s previous book, ‘The Shearer,’ this well written and researched story carries us back into events surrounding the shearer’s strike and its aftermath/5(4).

Click goes his shears; click, click, click. Wide are the blows, and his hand is moving quick, The ringer looks round, for he lost it by a blow, And he curses that old shearer with the bare belled ewe. The usual chorus of the song is as follows: Click go the shears boys, click, click, click, Wide is his blow and his hands move quick.

A fresh edition of the world's most famous shearing song. Click Go the Shears was probably the most wide pread and enduring of the old-time shearers' songs. It was still frequently to be heard in the sheds of the Western Line of NSW in the last half of the twentieth century.

the tune came from an American Civil War song, Ring the Bell, Click Go the Shears book, and was later used for the revival hymn Pull for. ‘Click Go the Shears,’ offers us another fascinating slice of early Australian colonial history. A sequel to Pat Ritter’s previous book, ‘The Shearer,’ this well written and researched story carries us back into events surrounding the shearer’s strike and its aftermath/5(3).

"Click Go the Shears" is a traditional Australian folk song. The song details a day's work for a sheep shearer in the days before machine shears. The enduring popularity of this song reflects the traditional role that the wool industry has played in Australian life/5(21). "Click Go the Shears" is a traditional Australian folk song.

The song details a day's work for a sheep shearer in the days before machine shears. The enduring popularity of this song reflects the traditional role that the wool industry has played in Australian life. Click Go The Shears Lyrics: Click go the shears boys, click, click, click / Wide is his blow and his hands move quick / The ringer looks around and is beaten by a blow / And curses the old snagger.

Download and Print Click Go The Shears sheet music for voice and other instruments (fake book). Traditional, chords, lead sheet and lyrics included. High Quality and Interactive, Transpose it in any key, change the tempo, easy play & practice. the opening verse of Click Go the Shears is a parody of Ring the Bell, written by Henry Lawson, who wrote about the song in his essay 'the Songs they Used to Sing'.

Versions don't seem to differ much - the song was first published in written format in in an article by Percy Jones. the version in this book is as sung by A L Lloyd in the s. Get this from a library. Click go the shears. [Robert R Ingpen;] -- An Australian folk ballad which celebrates the shearer of old.

Click Go the Shears. Out on the board the old shearer stands, Grasping his shears in his thin bony hand, Fixed is his gaze on a bare-bellied yoe — Glory, if he gets her won’t he make the ringer go. Chorus: Click go the shears, boys — click, click, click, Wide is his blow and his hands move quick, The ringer looks around and is beaten by a.

Click go the Shears - Out on the board the old shearer stands, Grasping his shears in his long, honey hands, Fixed is his gaze on a bare-bellied "Joe," Glory if he gets her, won't he make the "ringer" go. Chorus: Click go the shears boys, click, click, click, Wide is his blow and his hands move quick.

Get this from a library. Click go the shears. [Charlotte Lance;] -- "Classic Australian folk song with funny, quirky illustrations"--Provided by publisher. Click go the shears boys, click, click, click, Wide is his blow and his hands move quick, The ringer looks around and is beaten by a blow, And curses the old snagger with the bare-bellied joe.

The tar-boy is there waiting in demand With his blackened tar-pot, in his tarry hand, Spies one old sheep with a. "Click Go the Shears" is a traditional Australian folk song. The song details a day's work for a sheep shearer in the days before machine shears. The enduring popularity of this song reflects the traditional role that the wool industry has played in Australian : Pat Ritter.

Review: Click Go the Shears You just can’t help but sing along in your very best voice to this iconic Australian tune – click go those shears, boy, click click click. Call me a monumental sook, but I can't read through this book without pesky tears welling in my eyes. Click Go the Shears Traditional Song.

Out on the board the old shearer stands, Grasping his shears in his long, bony hands, Fixed is his gaze on a bare-bellied "joe" Glory if he gets her, won't he make the ringer go.

(Chorus) Click go the shears boys, click, click, click, Wide is his blow and his hands move quick. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Click Go The Shears" Songs Of Australia on Discogs/5(5). Aussie Gems: Click Go the Shears by Charlotte Lance,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5).

Click Go The Shears: 5-year-old boy loves to shear sheep on parents' farm. More: #sun7."Click Go the Shears" is a traditional Australian folk song. The song details a day's work for a sheep shearer in the days before machine shears.

The enduring popularity of this song reflects the traditional role that the wool industry has played in Australian life. The song describes the various roles in the shearing shed, including the 5/5(2). Having learnt about features of folk songs in class, students are encouraged to listen to a variety of other Australian folk songs, then choose one with which to compare Click Go The Shears.

Students identify characteristics common to both songs, further discussing similarities and differences between the two.