Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 2 of 8 from 1860 edition

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ANDREW LAM1IIE.
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" When wilt thou come, and I'll attend ?
My love, I long to see thee."                      «>
" Thou may'st come to the bridge of Sleugh,
And there I'll come and meet thee."
" My love, I go to Edinbro',
And for a while must leave thee;"
She sighed sore, and said no more                  &
But " I wish that I were wi' thee."
" I'll buy to thee a bridal gown,
My love, I'll buy it bonny;" " But I'll be dead, ere ye come back
To see your bonnie Annie."                         100
" If you'll be true and constant too, As my name's Andrew Lammie,
I shall thee wed, when I come back To see the lands of Fyvie."
" I will be true, and constant too,                   105
To thee, my Andrew Lammie;
But my bridal bed will ere then be made, In the green churchyard of Fyvie."
" Our time is gone, and now comes on, My dear, that I must leave thee ;             no
If longer here I should appear, Mill o' Tiftie he would see me."







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