Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 2 of 8 from 1860 edition

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THE CLERK'S TWA SONS 0' OWSENFORD. 71
" Lie still, lie still a little wee while,                «
Lie still but if we may; Gin my mother should miss us when she wakes,
She'll gae mad ere it be day."
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0 it's they've taen up their mother's mantil, And they've hung it on a pin :                       so
" 0 lang may ye hing, my mother's mantil, Ere ye hap us again."







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