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Page 72 - PO tell me it, Alike our troubles we may both deplore. О maiden tell me ! — We shall meet no more,— To-morrow's dawn will see me far away From this my birth-place, swiftly passing o'er, To land less lov'd, the vast America ; Why this distress ? О lovely maiden, confidently say.