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EARLY ONE MORNING
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" Remember the vows that you made to your Mary, Remember the bow'r where you vowed to be true ; O don't deceive me, O never leave me! How could you use a poor maiden so?'7
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O gay is the garland, and fresh are the roses, I've culled from the garden to bind on thy brow, O don't deceive me, O never leave me! How could you use a poor maiden so ? "
4-Thus sung the poor maiden, her sorrows bewailing. Thus sung the poor maid in the valley below: " O don't deceive me, O never leave me ! How could you use a poor maiden so ? "
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