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

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xcm    The Morn returns
xciv    Who liveth so merry
xcv    All in a Garden green
xcvi    The Maypole
xcvn    Shall I go walk the Woods so wild
xcvin    The Fairy Queen
xcix    Here's a Health unto His Majesty
c    As I walked forth
ci    I tell thee, Dick, where I have been
en    Let the Toast pass
cm    Lullaby
civ    The Lass of Richmond Hill
cv    Phillis, talk no more of Passion
cvi    When forced from dear Hebe to go
cvn    When the Rosebud of Summer
cvin    The Thorn
cix    There was a Maid went to the Mil!
ex    Shepherds, I have lost my Love
cxi    Jimmy Joneson's Whurry
cxn    Oh ! could we do with this World
cxiii    The Gentry to the King's Head go
cxiv    God save the Queen
cxv    Galla Water
cxvi    At setting Day
cxv11    John Anderson my Jo
cxvin    Well I agree, you're sure of me
cxix    Contented wi' little
exx    Here awa, there awa
cxxi    How lang and dreary is the Night
cxxn    I gaed a waefu Gate yestreen
exxm    O were my Love yon Lilac fair
cxxiv    The Lass of Patie's Mill
exxv    Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch
cxxvi    O was I to blame to love him
cxxvn    Saw ye nae my Peggy
exxvm    Auld Rob Morris
cxxix    Farewell to Lochaber
exxx    My Nanie, O
cxxxi    Tarn Glen
cxxxn    The Bush aboon Traquair
cxxxiii    O wise and valiant Willy
cxxxiv    Auld Lang Syne
exxxv    Tibbie Fowler
cxxxvi    Scots, wha hae wi' Wallace bled
I'm wearing away, Jean
exxxvu    What ails this Heart of mine
cxxxvin    Jenny's Bawbee
cxxxix    Take thy old Cloak about thee
cxl    Sheriff-Muir
cxli    The bonie Banks of Ayr
CXLii    Maggie Lauder
cxliii    My Boy Tammy
cxmv    Will ye go to the Ewe-Bughts
cxlv    Will ye go to Flanders
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