The Caledonian musical museum: or, Complete vocal library of the best Scotch songs, ancient and modern : embellished with a portrait and fac-simile of the hand-writing of Burns, and containing upwards of two hundred songs by that immortal bard

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Robert Burns
AMS Press, 1976 - Scottish poetry

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Contents

Hearken and I will tell you how
27
A Southland Jenny
37
My dear and only love I pray
39
Honest men and bonny lasses
43
Come gieVa sang theJady cryd 13
49
My Peggy is a young thing
51
yield dear lassie ycave won
54
Cauld be the rebels cast
55
There was once a May
143
Saw ye my wee thing
147
And ye shall walk in silk attire
149
Theres cauld kail in Aberdeen
158
came by Loch Erroch Side
160
Willys rare and Willys fair
161
Tibby has a store of charms
165
My Jenny and I have toild
170

Peggy now the kings come
56
At setting day an rising morn
60
agree jou re sure o me
64
As from a rock past all relief
66
The bonny greyeyed morn begins to peep
68
Saw ye nae my Peggy
70
Come lets hae niair wine in
72
A lass that was ladend with care
73
My soger laddie is over tlie sea
74
What beauties does Flora disclose
75
This is nomine ain house
76
The smiling morn the breathing spring
84
Whan Ive a saxpcnce under my thumb
85
went over yon meadow
90
Coming ihro the craigs o Kyle
94
Auld gudeman youre a drunken earle
96
While larks with little wing
97
hae a green purse and a vjne pickle gowd
101
Sair sair was my heart
103
Weel may the boatie row
108
Thy check is o the roses hue 1X4
111
At Willys wedding on the green
114
Willie was a wanton wag
115
My mithers ay glowrin over me
121
The yellow haird laddie T 22
122
Will ye gang oer the lee rig
123
In April when primroses
124
Stately stapt he east the wo
129
When war had broke in
142
Saw ye my Jenny Nettle
176
A cock laird fou cadgie
178
When the sheep are in the fauld
180
The summer was smiling
182
As Patie came up frae the glen
187
Gin living woith could win my heart
197
met four chaps yon bitks amang
200
My Harry w as a gallant gay 202
202
Tarry woo O tarry woo
214
When gloomy night had taken flight
217
The lassies fain wad hae frac me
221
Weel may we a be
226
Go feich to me a pint o wine
232
look to the west when I gste to rest
233
Sweet Annie frae the seabeach came
237
cam in by Calder fair
243
Oil Morrice was an earles son
245
Theres some say that we wan
253
Where restless ambition
260
My lassie is lovely as Mayday adorning
262
Ive a bonny bit face o mine aiu
264
The spring had retird
266
About Zule when the wind
268
iilderoy was a bonny boy
275
Wha will bake my bridal bread
279
Jockeys fou Jennys fain 177
280
Gie my love brose brosc
285
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