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4 AMERICAN BALLADS AND SONGS (B) JIMMY RANDOLPH
"What you will to your father, Jimmy Randolph my
son? What you will to your father, my oldest, dearest
one?" "My horses, my buggies, mother make my bed soon, For I am sick-hearted, and I want to he down."
"What you will to your brothers, Jimmy Randolph my
son? What you will to your brothers, my oldest dearest one?" "My mules and my waggons, mother make my bed
soon, For I am sick-hearted, and I want to lie down."
"What you will to your sisters, Jimmy Randolph my
son, What you will to your sisters, my oldest dearest one?" "My gold and my silver, mother make my bed soon, For I am sick-hearted and I want to He down."
2 (A) LORD LOVEL
Lord Lovel was standing at his castle gate,
A-combing his milk-white steed, When up stepped Lady Nancy Belle,
A-wishing her lover good speed, speed, speed,
A-wishing her lover good speed.






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