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Sang IX., p.222.

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Carle and the king come


Sung by Mause, p. 24. 


PEggy, now the king’s come, 

Peggy, now the king’s come, 

Thou may dance, and I shall sing, 

Peggy, since the king’s come. 

Nae mair the hawkies thou shalt milk, 

But change thy plaiding-coat for silk, 

And be a lady of that ilk, 

Now, Peggy, since the king’s come.

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