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350+ Song Lyrics With Sheet Music, Selected And Arranged By John Hullah.

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xxxix    The Roast Beef of Old England
xl    Let us take the Road
xli    Come, sweet Lass
xlii    There was a jolly Miller
xliii    Black-eyed Susan
xi.iv    Sally in our Alley
xlv    Here's a Health to the Queen
xlvi    Begone, dull Care
xlvii    Ned that died at Sea
xlviii    Cease your Funning
xlix    The Vicar of Bray
l    To you who live at Home at Ease
LI    A Hunting we will go
lii    O London is a fine Town
Lin    How stands the Glass around
liv    Rule Britannia
lv    The Lincolnshire Poacher
lvi    Come you not from Newcastle
lvii    The Girl I left behind me
LVIII    H eart of Oak
i.ix    With Jockey to the Fair
i.x    Fair Hebe I left
lxi    Youth's the Season made for Joys
lxii    As down in the Meadows
lxiii    My Lodging it is on the cold Ground
-Xiv   The Winter it is past
i.xv    Early one Morning
lxvi    The Blue Bell of Scotland
lxvii    O weel may the Keel row
i.xviii    At a Maypole down in Kent
lxix    When the bright God of Day
lxx    Pray Goody
lxxi    'Twas down in Cupid's Garden
lxxii    Willy, prythee go to Bed
lxxiii    I am in Truth a Country Youth
lxxiv    Golden Slumbers kiss your Eyes
lxxv    The Lass that loves a Sailor
lxxvi    Fair Rosalind
lxxvii    The Heaving of the Lead
lxxviii    Care, thou Canker of our Joys
' lxxix    Then farewell my trim-built Wherry
lxxx    Oh ! dear! what can the matter be
lxxxi    Poor Tom Bowling
lxxxii    Go from my Window
lxxxiii     Pity kind Gentlemen
lxxxiv    Thou canst not hit it
lxxxv    Wapping Old Stairs
lxxxvi    Yeo, yeo, yeo, yeo, yeo, Sir
i.xxxvii    O slumber my Darling
lxxxviii    The Bay of Biscay
lxxxix    My Man Thomas
xc    The De'il's awa with the Exciseman
xci    Gather ye Rosebuds
xch    The Storm
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