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Brewster: Ballads and Songs of Indiana             169
7.      He took his horse by the bridle rein;
"Adieu!" he cried so gaily; "I go to see my fair ladylove,
The one I love most dearly, Most dearly, most dearly,
The one I love most dearly; I go to see my fair ladylove,
The one I love most dearly/'
8.      He stooped to kiss her lily-white hand
And she stabbed him, weeping sorely, "You ne'er shall see your fair ladylove,
The one you love most dearly, Most dearly, most dearly,
The one you love most dearly; You ne'er shall see your fair ladylove,
The one you love most dearly."








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