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Julio told me when we parted

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King Death was a rare old fellow
King Arthur had three sons (comic)
Lo! when the showers descending
Love wakes and weeps
Let the waiter bring clean glasses
Let lovers sing of roses sweet.
Loud roar'd the dreadful thunder..
Let others breathe the melting sigh
Let rosy garlands now
Let fame sound the trumpet, and cry 'to the war
Luck in life, or good or bad (comic)
Let the epicure boast the delight of his soul
Life let us cherish while yet the taper glows
Let sons of slaughter by their skill
Leave the gay and festive scene.
Lubly Rosa, Sambo come (comic)
Last night the dogs did bark
Let us haste to Kelvin Grove, bounie lassie, O
Love no more my heart possessing
Love's flowery fetters wearing.
Let gay ones, and great
Love, deceitful foe to truth.

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Mary, I believed thee true

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My ship's my house, my home my land..

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My name's Edward Morgan, I live at Llangollen. 43
March to the battle-field ..

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Meet me in the willow glen.

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My own blue bell, my pretty blue bell.

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Murphy hath a weather eye (comic)..

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My Highland home, where tempests blow

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March ! march! Ettrick and Tivotdale

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Merry is the name of sweetheart sounded

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My heart's in the Highlands, my heart is not here'.... 122
Meet me by moonlight alone

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My friend

is the man I would copy through life 157
Mynheer Vandunck, though he never got drunk
My sister dear, o'er this rude cheek...

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Meet me, Miss Molly Malone (comic).

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Mrs. Fanny you may chatter (comic)

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My beating heart with rapture glows

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My mother pretends for a wife I'm too young (comic) 305

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Most folks fall in love no doubt (comic).

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My gentle boy, my minstrel page

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'Mid plea sures and palaces though we may roam...... 374
My gauntlet's down, my flag unfurl'd

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My heart's my own, my will is free

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Merrily, merrily push round the glass.

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No more shall the children of Judah sing .

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Not a sous had he got, not a guinea or note (comic).. 162
No doubt a song you've heard (comic)

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No doubt you wonders who I is (comic)

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Not a drum was heard, not a funeral note..

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Our country's our ship, d'ye see ...

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0! life is like a summer flower

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Oh, tell me when, and tell me where

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Oh! say not woman's love is bought

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Oh' no, we never mention her, her name is never heard 55
Oh! am I then remember'd still....

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Oh, never doubt my love, thy sorrows I'll banish. 61
0! 'tis love! 'tis love! 'tis love!

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Od'sblood, what a time for a seaman to skulk

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O wonders sure will never cease (comic)..

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Oh! blue were the mountains..

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On England's blest shore ...

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Oh! turn those dear, dear eyes away

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Oh! did you ne'er hear of Kate Kearney

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Oh! bring me but my Arab steed...

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0! merry row, O merry row

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0, my luve's like a red, red rose

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Oh, wilt thou leave my father's halls

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O Nannie, wilt thou gang wi’ me ..

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O'er Nelson's tomb, with silent grief oppress'd

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Oh! the moment was sad when my love and I parted 119
O cold was the climate and cheerless the moor

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Old England's emblem is the rose

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Oh! the boys of Kilkenny are brave roaring blades.... 137
O weel may the boatie row.....

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Och, love is the soul of a nate Irishman (comic)

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Oh, bring me wine, bright source of mirth..

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On Baltic billows rode my ship

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On a Suskehannah raft I cum up de bay (comic). 164
Oh Willie brew'd a peck o' maut

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One Paddy O'Lynn courted Widdy M‘Kay (comic).... 191
Oh, yes, dear love, so tenderly

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One night my sweetheart came to woo..

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Oh, woman, dear woman, the charm of my life

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Oh, saw ye the lass wi' the bonny blue een?

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O come to me when day-light sets.

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O! the queen of merry England

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On Richinond hill there lives a lass

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On the banks of Allan Water..

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Oh, come with me, my love

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O whar was ye so late yestreen

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Our ancient English melodies..

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O softly sleep, my baby boy

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Oh! whistle, and I'll come to you, my lad.

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O yes, believe, believe me true

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Oh, come with me, I'll row thee o'er yon blue, &c. 264
Oh, was I to blame to love her?

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O Sarah, you wixen, I calls in wain (comic)

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O Scotia! tho' I grieve to part

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O cruel vas my parents that fore'd my love, &c. (comic) 298
O where is my lover, so fickle and frail

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O my love has got a red red nose (comic)

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Oh! London's the town

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Oh, father had a jolly knack (comic)

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On by the spur of valour goaded

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One night came on a hurricane

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Of all the girls that are so smart

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0, the accents of love! can they ever again

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Our bugles sang truce, for the night-cloud had lower'd 349
Old England, thy stamina never has yielded .......... 353
Oh! firm as an oak, and free from care

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0, this is no my ain lassie

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Oh, twine a wreath of evergreen.

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Oh, what a monstrous gay day

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Pale faces stand by

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Proud woman I scorn you, brisk wine's my delight.. 11
Ply the oar, brother, and speed the boat

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Poor Bessy was a sailor's bride

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Poor Joe, the Marine, was at Portmouth well known 92
Peace be to those who nobly bleed

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Perhaps you all have heard of a yarn (comic)

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Queer sayings now are all the go (comic)

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Queer sayings long in folks' chat (comic)

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Return, O my love, and we'll never part....

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Row thy bark, my gallant lover..
Remember me when, far away
Receive, dear maid, the warmest sigh
Rise, Cynthia, rise, the ruddy morn

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Scott's wha hae wi' Wallace bled

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Sweet is life, when love directs us..

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Strew, strew with roses..

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Sweet eyes, sweet eyes, how beautiful ye are..
She's all my fancy painted, she's lovely, she's divine 58
Some love to roam o'er the dark sea foam

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Softly, softly will I pass .....

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Since the first dawn of reason that beam'd on my mind 83
Should auld acquaintance be forgot

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Shades of evening close not o'er us

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Strike up! strike up! strike up! Scottish minstrels, &c. 105
Soon as the sun his early ray ..

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See the conq’ring hero comes

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Should danger e'er approach our coast.

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Smile again my bonny lassie

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So warmly we met, and so fondly we parted

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Stand to your guns, my hearts of oak

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Sweet evening bells, sweet evening bells

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She never blam'd him, never

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See the rosy morn appearing

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Say, can a maiden's heart refuse

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Some folks may boast of sense, egad (comic).

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Says Ella to her love, “ Remember

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See the course throng'd with gazers, the sports are begun 301
Stranger, didst thou ever prove

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Saint Patrick was a gentleman, he came of, &c. (comic) 303
Sweet hope, thou art a sovereign balm..

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Sons of freedom, hear my story.

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Sweetest flow'rets blushing there

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Sweet Kitty Clover she bothers me so

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Sca-girt England-fertile land...

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Then farewell, my trim-built wherry
The kiss, dear maid, thy lips have left
Taste, oh taste this spicy wine
Time has not thinn'd my flowing hair
"Tis I'm a Gipsy King
The mistletoe hung on the castle hall...
Tho' lowly my lot, and poor my estate
The rose will cease to blow

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The glasses sparkle on the board

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Tell her, I'll love her while the clouds drop rain

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The sea, the sea, the open sea

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The daylight has long been sunk in the billow

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The sparkling liquor fills the glass

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The worn that crawls about our way

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There's a light in her laughing eye

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"Tis the last rose of summer

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The light of other days is faded..

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The minstrel boy to the war is gone..

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Thine am I, my faithful fair

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The butterfly was a gentleman

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Though sorrow's fiend may interpose

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There came to the beach a poor exile of Erin

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The chough and crow to roost are gone ..
The sea was bright and the bark rode well.
The silver moon, that shines so bright....

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The morn was fair--the skies were clear...
Time cannot change my love for thee ..

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The cloth was taken out, and fresh liquor brought in.. 141
The soldier knows that every ball

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There is a land amidst the waves

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'Twas within a mile of sweet Edinburgh town

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The British tar no peril knows ...

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To live a life, from gout, pain, or phtisic

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The cloth was laid in the vorkhouse hall (comic). 169
This morning very handy (comic)..

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Tell me my heart why morning prime

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'Twas ten o'clock one moonlight night..

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Tell me where is fancy bred ?..

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The tired soldier bold and brave

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That heavenly voice, that heavenly voice...

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There was a jolly miller once liv'd on the river Dee.... 216
The tear that pearled my Clara's cheek

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The streamlet that flow'd round her cot

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The birds are singing sweet, my love

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The maiden I love is the theme of my lay

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The mountain maid from her bower has hied

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The night has fled, the morning dawns

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The lilies were blowing....

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Though I leave thee now in sorrow

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Think on that look of humid ray

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The morn was fair, and fresh the breeze...

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'Twas on a windy night (comic)..

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The Michaelmas goose lay in Leadenhall (comic)...... 327

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