In Dorset Dear they’re making hay
In just the old West Country way.
With fork and rake and old-time gear
They make the hay in Dorset Dear.
From early morn till twilight grey
They toss and turn and shake the hay.
And all the countryside is gay
With roses on the fallen may,
For ’tis the hay-time of the year
In Dorset Dear.
The loaded wagons wend their way
Across the pasture-lands, and stay
Beside the hedge where foxgloves peer;
And ricks that shall be fashioned here
Will be the sweetest stuff, they say,
In Dorset Dear!
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Based on Keywords: ricks, foxgloves, dorset, pasture-lands, hay-time