Ballads and Songs of Indiana - online book

A collection of 100 traditional folk songs with commentaries, historical info, lyrics & sheet music

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Brewster: Ballads and Songs of Indiana            165
5.   "For what's past and gone by, forget and forgive,
And grant me some longer on earth for to live." "For what's past and gone by I ne'er can forgive, But I'll dance on your grave, love, when you're cold in the earth."
6.     She pulled off her gold and diamond rings three, Saying, "Take these and wear them when you're dancing
on me." Now Sally is dead, as you all may suppose, Some other fair lady for to wear her gay clothes.

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