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2.
Yes, I ken John Peel, and Ruby too, Ranter and Ringwood, Bellman and True; From a find to a check, from a check to a view, From a view to a death in the morning.
For the sound of his horn, &c.
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Then here's to John Peel, from my heart and soul, Let's drink to his health, let's finish the bowl; We'll follow John Peel, through fair and through foul, If we want a good hunt in the morning. For the sound of his horn, &c.
D'ye ken John Peel with his coat so gay ? He liv'd at Troutbeck once on a day ; Now he has gone far, far away, We shall ne'er hear his voice in the morning.
For the sound of his horn, &c.
H. 4868.
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