The Oxford Book of Ballads - online book

A Selection Of The Best English Lyric Ballads Chosen & Edited by Arthur Quiller-Couch

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INDEX OF FIRST LINES
A fair maid sat in her bower-door .....
72
A ship I have got in the North Country ....
132
A wonder stranger ne'er was known .....
!75
About Yule, when the wind blew cule .....
82
Adieu, madame, my mother dear . .
151
A' the boys of merry Lincoln ......
79
All the trees they are so high ......
156
All under the leaves and the leaves of life ....
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An ancient story I'll tell you anon .
'73
An earthly nourrice sits and sings ......
31
Annan water's wading deep. . ...
92
As I pass'd by a river side .......
102
As I sat under a sycamore tree ......
104
As I was a-walking mine alane ......
140
As I was cast in my first sleepe
59
As I was walking all alane .......
67
As I was walking mine alane ......
11
As it befel in midsummer-time ......
130
As it fell on a holy-day .......
133
As it fell on one holy-day .......
50
As it fell out on a long summer's day .....
62
As it fell out one May morning ......
110
As it fell out upon a day .......
109
Be it right or wrong, these men among ....
69
But how many months be in the year ? .
118
By Arthur's Dale as late I went ......
74
Can I not sing but ' Hoy ' . ...
103
Childe Maurice hunted the Silver Wood ....
47
Childe Waters in his stable stood . . . . .
46
Clerk Colven and his gay ladie ......
29
Clerk Saunders and may Margaret .....
27
Come, all you brave gallants, and listen a while
119
Come, gentlemen all, and listen a while ....
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Come listen to me, you gallants so free ....
121
Cospatrick has sent o'er the faem .....
5
Der lived a king inta da aste ......
15
Erlinton had a fair daughter ......
37
Ettrick Forest is a fair forest ......
84
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