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Robin Adair.
Additional verses by L.L.
�k Although Robin Adair is frequently classed as a Scottish melody, there is not much doubt that
it was originally Celtic. It was first made popular by the Italian singer,Tenducci, who had been in Ireland
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with Dr. Arno. He sang it as Eileen Aroon and in IrishlThe first line ranilTiouh faidh non bhfnn faidh tu,
Eibhlin a'This was before 1770. The author of the present(EnglisK)version is unknown.

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