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" For I have wife, and children five, Follow, my love, come over the strand; In Edenborough they be alive, Then get thee home to fair England. "
The history of John Winchcomb ... - Page 65
by Thomas Deloney - 1859 - 125 pages
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Ancient Songs: From the Time of King Henry the Third, to the Revolution ...

Joseph Ritson - Ballads, English - 1790 - 332 pages
...love, come over the ftrand, Where * thou wilt be my paramour, Or get thee home to Northumberland. i'o For I have wife and children five, Follow my love, come over the ftrand, In Edenborough they be alive, Then get thee home to fair England. * ii Whether. This This...
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Ancient Songs and Ballads: From the Reign of King Henry the Second ..., Volume 2

Joseph Frank - Ballads, English - 1829 - 326 pages
...come over the strand), ' Whether ' thou wilt be my paramour, Or get thee home to Northumberland. 100 For I have wife and children five (Follow, my love, come over the strand), In Edenborough they be alive, Then get thee home to fair England. This favour thou shalt have to boot...
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Reliques of ancient English peotry: consisting of old heroic ballads, songs ...

Thomas Percy - Ballads, English - 1856 - 558 pages
...over the Strand ; If thou wilt be my paramour, Or get thee home to Northumberland. 100 " For I have a wife, and children five, Follow my love, come over the Strand ; In Edinborough they be alive, Then get thee home to Northumberland " This favour thou uhalt have to boot,...
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English and Scottish ballads, Volume 2

Francis James Child - Ballads, English - 1857
...Scotland. " Now chuse," quoth he, " thou wanton flower, Follow, my love, come over the strand, 'Whether' thou wilt be my paramour, Or get thee home to Northumberland....children five, Follow, my love, come over the strand; In Edenborough they be alive, Then get thee home to fair England. "This favour thou shall have to boot,...
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English and Scottish ballads, selected and ed. by F.J. Child

Francis James Child - History - 1857
...come over the strand, ' Whether' thou wilt be my paramour, Or get thee home to Northumberland. i*i " For I have wife, and children five, Follow, my love, come over the strand ; In Edenborough they be alive, Then get thee home to fair England. " This favour thou shalt have to boot,...
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English and Scottish Ballads, Volume 4

Francis James Child - Ballads, English - 1857
...come over the strand, ' Whether ' thou wilt be my paramour, Or get thee home to Northumberland. i*> " For I have wife, and children five, Follow, my love, come over the strand ; In Edenborough they be alive, " This favour thou slialt have to boot, v>s Follow, my love, come over the...
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English and Scottish ballads, Volume 4

Francis James Child - English poetry - 1860
...come over the strand, ' Whether ' thou wilt be my paramour, Or get thee home to Northumberland. 100 " For I have wife, and children five, Follow, my love, come over the strand ; In Edenborough they be alive, Then get thee home to fair England. " This favour thou shalt have to boot,...
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English and Scottish ballads, Volume 4

Francis James Child - Ballads, English - 1864
...come over the strand, ' Whether ' thou wilt be my paramour, Or get thee home to Northumberland. 100 " For I have wife, and children five, Follow, my love, come over t/ie strand ; In Edenborough they be alive, Then get thee home to fair England. " This favour thou...
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English and Scottish Ballads, Volume 4

Francis James Child - Music - 1866
...Scotland. " Now chuse," quoth he, " thou wanton flower, Follow, my love, come over the strand, ' Whether ' thou wilt be my paramour, Or get thee home to Northumberland....children five, Follow, my love, come over the strand; In Edenborough they be alive, Then get thee home to fair England. " This favour thou shalt have to boot,...
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The Norfolk Garland: A Collection of the Superstitious Beliefs and Practices ...

John Glyde (jr.), John Glyde - Folklore - 1872 - 405 pages
...Northumberland. Thus rode she all one winter's night, Follow my love, come over the strand, Till Edinborow they saw in sight, The chiefest towne in all Scotland....children five, Follow my love, come over the strand, In Edinborow they be alive, Then get thee home to faire England. This favour shalt thou have to boote,...
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