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American Ballads and Folk Songs
HARDLY THINK I WILL
To be sung with spirit j cheerfully.
Pll tell you of a fellow, Of a fellow I have seen, He's neither white nor yellow> He's altogether green. His name is not so scrumptious, In fact it's common Bill. He wishes me to marry him But I hardly think I will.
Chorus:
Oh, I hardly think I will, I hardly think I will} He wishes me to marry him But I hardly think I will.
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