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(94) Page 183 - How long and dreary is the night
How long ancf dreary is the Night.
A Galick Air.
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When T~think on the happy days. How flow ye" move, ye heavy hours,
I fpent wr' you, my dearie; As ye were wae and weary!
And now what lands between us lie, It was na fae ye glinted bv,
How can I be but eerie! When I was wi' my dearie.
And now what lands, &c. It was na fae ye glinted, &c.
Since robb'd of all that charmd my views.

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