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TWANGDILLO.
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Tune of a pretty Country Dance, calVd
the Hobby-horse.
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J Oily i?^^r Twangdillo of Plouden Hill,
In his Chest had two thousand good Pounds,
Fat Oxen and Sheep, and a Barn well fill'd,
And a hundred good Acres of Ground ;
Which made ev'ry Maiden with Maiden-heads laden,
And Widows, tho' just set free,
To wrangle and fret, and pump up their Wit,
To train to the Net, Twangdillow, Twangdillo,
Twangdillo, Twangdillo, young lusty Twangdillo,
Twangdee.
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