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Loving Hannah

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Loving Hannah

Loving Hannah

I went to church last Sunday
My true love passed me by
I could see her mind was a changing
By the roving of her eye
   By the roving of her eye
   By the roving of her eye
   I could see her mind was a changing
   By the roving of her eye

My love she's fair and proper
Her hands are neat and small
And she is quite good looking
And that's the best of all
   And that's the best of all
   And that's the best of all
   And she is quite good looking
   And that's the best of all
Oh Hannah, loving Hannah
Come give to me your hand
You said if you ever married
That I would be the man
   That I would be the man
   That I would be the man
   You said if you ever married
   That I would be the man

I'll go down by the river
When everyone's asleep
And think on loving Hannah
And then sit down and weep
   And then sit down and weep
   And then sit down and weep
   And think on loving Hannah
   And then sit down and weep

variant of Handsome Molly
recorded by Sandy and Caroline Paton
SOF
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