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THE KEEL ROW.
(SMILING POLLY.)
O wha's like my Johnnr,
Sae leish, sae blithe, sae bonny ?
He's foremost among the mony
Keel lads o' coaly Tyne : He'll set and row so tightly, Or in the dance—so sprightly— He'll cut and shuffle sightly ;
'Tis true—were he not mine.
He wears a blue bonnet, Blue bonnet, blue bonnet; He wears a blue bonnet,
A dimple in his chin; And weel may the keel row. The keel row, the keel row, And weel may the keel row,
That my laddie's in.
H. 4868.
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