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(232) Page 106 - My love, she's but a lassie yet
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WAS EVER HEAR? SAE FAIRLY Ta'E.W
"Was ever heart sae fairly ta'en,
By woman's -wiles unwary, O,
And sae enthral'd as mine, by ane
Sae fair and sae camsterie, O .
dule the waefn' drinkin' o't!
And the night I fell a thinkin' o't.
"When first a glossy dark blue -ee
Thrill'd throtigh me wi' the blinking o'f.
1 kenna if it's lack o' lrrve.
Or -want o' wit i' the lassie yet;
Whate'er it be, the day we'll see
I She'll no be jnst sae saucy yet.
Same Air.
END OF VOU'MF. FIFTH.

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