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" For ever so constant and true ; But his is like the moon, that wanders up and down, And every month it is new. All you that are in love, and cannot it remove, I pity the pains you endure ; For experience makes me know, that your hearts are full of woe,... "
Poems: Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect - Page 296
by Robert Burns - 1869
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Cumberland's British Theatre: with remarks, biographical and critical, Volume 6

John Cumberland - English drama - 1826
...is new. All you that are in love, and cannot it remove, I pity the pains you endure ; For experience makes me know that your hearts are full of woe, A woe that no mortal can cure. [Exit, R. Enter EVANS and Fairies, L.—The Fairies lay hold of each others garment, and run after...
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The songs of England and Scotland

England - History - 1835
...down, Cold, comfortless, changing, untrue. Oh you that are in love ! — And may it not remove — O, I pity the pangs that you endure : Sad knowledge makes...are full of woe — A woe that no mortal can cure. 'Krom JnhntonN Musical Museum, voL ii. 1/89, with additions by Allan Cunningham, who eupposes this...
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The lyrics of Ireland, ed. by S. Lover

Samuel Lover - 1858
...is new. All you that are in love, and eannot it remove, I pity the pains you endure ; For experience makes me know, that your hearts are full of woe, A woe that no mortal can cure. A still more remarkable appropriation of an Irish song may be noticed in " The Banks ol Banna," which...
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Poems of Ireland. To which is added 'Lover's Metrical tales'.

Samuel Lover - 1884
...is new. All you that are in love, and cannot it remove, I pity the pains you endure ; For experience makes me know, that your hearts are full of woe, A woe that no mortal can cure. THE BANKS OF BANNA. Rt. Hon. GEORGE OOLE. SHEPHERDS, I have lost my love, Have you seen my Anna ? Pride...
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Poetical works ... chronologically arranged

Robert Burns - 1885
...cross'd in love — and the cross will not remove — How I pity the pains you endure ! For experience makes me know that your hearts are full of woe. A woe that no mortal can cure.] THE BONIE LAD THAT'S FAR AWA. O HOW can I be blythe and glad, Or how can I gang brisk and braw, When...
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Songs of Scotland

George Farquhar Graham - 1887 - 405 pages
...is new. All you that are in love, and cannot it remove, I pity the pains you endure ; For experience makes me know, that your hearts are full of woe, A woe that no mortal can cure. " THE WCTTER IT is PAST." Oswald printed this plaintive little air in his Caledonian Pocket Companion,...
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A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert ...

J. B. Reid - Scotland - 1889 - 568 pages
...Brigs of Ayr. 10. It kindles Wit, it waukens Lear, It pangs us fou o' Knowledge. . . The Holy Fair. 19. Sad knowledge makes me know that your hearts are full of woe, S. The winter it is Known. Yet aft a ragged Cowte's heen known, To mak a nohle Aiver; . . A Dream,...
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The Laird O' Cockpen

Rita - History - 1891 - 322 pages
...SPEECH. 11 All you that are in love, and cannot it remove, I pity the pains you endure ; For experience makes me know That your hearts are full of woe — A woe that no mortal can cure. " I WAS in disgrace. Yes, there was no doubt about it. I certainly was in disgrace with Grannie. I...
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