Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 4 of 8 from 1860 edition -online book

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82
GLENLOGIE.
When he cam' to Glenfeldy's door, little mirth was there;                                                     25
Bonnie Jean's mother was tearing her hair ;
"Ye're welcome, Glenlogie, ye're welcome," said she,
" Ye're welcome, Glenlogie, your Jeanie to see."
Pale and wan was she, when Glenlogie gaed
ben, But red and rosy grew she whene'er he sat
down;                                                                so
She turned awa' her head, but the smile was
in her e'e, " 0 binna feared, mither, I'll maybe no dee."







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