Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 3 of 8 from 1860 edition -online book

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LONG LONKIN.                           315
Still she did prick it,
And bee-ba she cried; " Come down, dearest mistress,                     45
And still your own child."
" O still my child, Orange,
Still him with a bell;" " I can't still him, ladie,
Till you come down yoursell."                  so
" Hold the gold basin, For your heart's blood to run in,"
****** ****** " To hold the gold basin,
It grieves me fuE sore ; Oh kill me, dear Lonkin,                             m
And let my mother go."

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