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(101) Page 89 - Braes o' Balquhither
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I will twine thee a IkiwV
By the clear siller fountain,
And I'll cover it o'er
Wi' the flow'rs o' the mountain;
I will range thro' the wilds,
And the d«iej) glens sac dreary,
And return wi' their spoils
To the bow'r o' my deary.
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Wht n tin ruilc wintry win'
ldlyra\cs round ourdwtlling,
And the roar oT the lin
On the night brcezeis swelling,
So merrily we'll sing,.
As the storm rattles o'er us,
'Till the dear sheeling 1 ring
Wi' the light lilting chorus.
Now the summer is in prime,
Wi' the flow'rs richly blooming,
And the wild mountain thyme -
A' the moorlands perfuming;
To our dear native scenes
Let us journey together,
Where gflad innocence reigns
'Man"g the braes o' Babpuhitner.
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