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65
CA' THE EWES TO THE KNOWES.
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4-Ghaist nor bogle shalt thou fear; Thou'rt to love and heaven sae dear, Nocht o' ill may come thee near, My bonnie dearie. Ca' the ewes, &c.
We'll gae down by Cluden side, Through the hazels spreading wide, O'er the waves that sweetly glide To the moon sae clearly. Ca' the ewes, &c.
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Yonder Cluden's silent towers,
Where, at moonshine midnight hours,
O'er the dewy bending flowers
Fairies dance sae cheerie.
Ca* the ewes, &c.
5-Fair and lovely as thou art, Thou hast stown my very heart ; I can die, but canna part, My bonnie dearie.
Ca' the ewes, &c.
H. 4868.
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