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Aberdeen ance arms asking auld baith ballad better blaw bonny bower bread brother called carlin comely copies daughter dear drink e'er Earl Edinbro Edinburgh fair father fell frae gaed gane gang give Gordon gowd grant green greenwood gude hame hand Hazelgreen He's head heart Hey wi hill hynde I'll James John king knight laddie lady laid land leave live lord maid mair married maun mony mother nane never o'er ower ride ring Robin Hood Says Scotland seen seven side sleep spake speak squire stands stay steed sweet taen tell thee thro Till took town tree true weary widow Willie wind wine wish woman wou'd Ye'll young
Side 158 - My heart's in the Highlands, my heart is not here, My heart's in the Highlands, a-chasing the deer; A-chasing the wild deer, and following the roe, My heart's in the Highlands wherever I go...
Side 78 - Her mother died when she was young, Which gave her cause to make great moan ; Her father married the warst woman That ever lived in Christendom.
Side 325 - We do not know them in the fountain, but in the stream; not in the root, but in the stem; for we know not which is the mean man that did rise above the vulgar.
Side 259 - I heard a maid making her moan ; Said, Saw ye my father ? Or saw ye my mother ? Or saw y'e my brother John ? Or saw ye the lad that I love best, And his name it is Sweet William...
Side 256 - And looked in a diamond bright, To see if she were fair. " My girl, ye do all maids surpass That ever I have seen ; Cheer up your heart, my lovely lass, And hate young Hazelgreen." " Young Hazelgreen he is my love, And ever mair shall be ; I'll nae forsake young Hazelgreen For & the gowd ye'll gie.
Side 201 - Wide in, wide in, my lady fair, Nae harm shall thee befall ; Aft times hae I water'd my steed Wi' the water o
Side 79 - And while your finger it is on, Drawn shall your blood never be : But if you touch me, tail or fin, I swear...
Side 202 - Wide in, wide in, my lady fair, No harm shall thee befall; Oft times have I watered my steed Wi the water o Wearie's Well.