Waltzing Matilda C Dur/lyr

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firstverse =
\lyricmode {
  %Ô ô å Å &glqq; &grqq;
  %\override LyricExtender.minimum-length = #6
  \set stanza ="1."
  Once a jol -- ly swag -- man cam -- ped by a bil -- la -- bong
  un -- der the shade of a coo -- li -- bah tree,
  and he sang as he watched and wait -- ed till his bil -- ly boiled:
  &glqq;You'll come a -- waltz -- ing Ma -- til -- da, with me?&grqq;
  \set stanza ="Ref:"
  Waltz -- ing Ma -- til -- da, waltz -- ing Ma -- til -- da,
  you’ll come a -- waltz -- ing Ma -- til -- da, with me
  And he sang as he watched and wai -- ted till his bil -- ly boiled:
  &glqq;You’ll come a -- waltz -- ing Ma -- til -- da, with me!&grqq;
}

tenverse =
\lyricmode {
  camped un -- der coo -- li -- bah he sang
  wai -- ted waltz -- ing with me
  waltz -- ing waltz -- ing waltz -- ing
  with me he sang wai -- ted
  waltz -- ing with me
}

strophen =
\markup \fill-line
{
  \null
  \override #'(baseline-skip . 7)

  \left-column {
    \formatAdditionalVerses
    %% additional verses starts with this numbering
    #2
    %% amount of columns
    #1
    \columns-markup-list #4
    \markuplist \fontsize #grosseSchrift {
      "Down came a jumbuck to drink beside the billabong,"
      "Up jumped the swagman and seized him with glee,"
      "And he sang as he talked to that jumbuck in his tuckerbag,"
      "&glqq;You’ll come a-waltz-ing, Matilda, with me!&grqq;"

      "Down came the stockman, riding on his thoroughbred,"
      "Down came the troopers, one, two, three."
      "&glqq;Where’s the jolly jumbuck you’ve got in your tuckerbag?"
      "You’ll come a-waltzing, Matilda, with me.&grqq;"

      "Up jumped the swagman and plunged into the billabong,"
      "&glqq;You’ll never catch me alive, cried he.&grqq;"
      "And his ghost may be heard as you ride beside the billabong,"
      "&glqq;You’ll come a-waltzing, Matilda, with me.&grqq;"
    }
  }
  \null
}