Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 3 of 8 from 1860 edition -online book

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THE LAIRD OP "WARISTON.
32S
Then out it speaks the king hiinsell,                 ms
I wyte a sorry man was he; " I've travell'd east, I've travell'd west,
And sailed far beyond the sea, But I never saw a woman's face
I was sae sorry to see dee.                              no
" But Warriston was sair to blame,
For slighting o' his lady so; He had the wyte o' his ain death,
And bonny lady's overthrow."







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