D D D D D D A A Oh, Charlie he's a fine young man, Oh, Charlie he's a dandy. G D D G D D D D Charlie likes to kiss the girls, and he can do it handy. Chorus: D D D D D D A A I don't want none of your weevily wheat, I don't want none of your barley. G D D G D D D D I want fine flour in half an hour to bake a cake for Charlie. Chorus D D D D D D A A Over the river to feed my sheep, over the river, Charlie, G D D G D D D D Over the river to feed my sheep, and measure up my barley. Chorus D D D D D D A A The higher up the cherry tree, the riper grow the cherries, G D D G D D D D The more you hug and kiss the girls, the sooner they will marry. Chorus D D D D D D A A Take her by the lily white hand, lead her like a pigeon, G D D G D D D D Make her dance the weevily wheat, and scatter her religion. Chorus Strum pattern: I use DDUUDU except for the G D D G parts, where I use a rapid DDU for each chord. As with many folk songs, there are many versions. I like this one because it is not only traditional, but also has delightfully ambiguous lyrics.