Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 4 of 8 from 1860 edition -online book

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24
HYND HORN.
For I can make thee lady of many a town,
And the birk and the brume blooms bonnie. i*>
" Thou need not cast off thy gowns of red, With a hey UUelu and a how lo Ian ;
For I can maintain thee with both wine and bread, And the birk and the brume blooms bonnie."
The bridegroom thought he had the bonnie bride wed,                                                         
With a hey littelu and a how lo Ian ; But young Hynd Horn took the bride to the bed,
And the birk and the brume blooms bonnie.







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