Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 3 of 8 from 1860 edition -online book

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EABL EOBEET.                              29
Thou'll no get a ring of his smallest finger, Tho' thy heart should break in three."
She set her foot unto a stone,
Her back unto a tree ; She set her foot unto a stone,                              55
And her heart did break in three !
The one was buried in Mary's kirk,
The other in Mary's quier ; Out of the one there grew a bush,
From the other a bonnie brier.                      w
And thir twa grew, and thir twa threw,
Till this twa craps drew near; So all the world may plainly see
That they lov'd each other deal'-







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