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38 Indiana University Publications, Folklore Series
EARL BRAND
side; Gaily he rode a-~way»
She held his steed in her milk-white hand,
And never shed one tear Until her seven brothers fell
And her father she loved most dear.
Then he lifted her on her milk-white steed, And himself on his gallant grey,
And with bugelet horn hung down by his side, Slowly they rode away.
0 he rode on and she rode on;
It was all by the light of the moon; They rode till they came to the broad waterside,
And there they lighted down.








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