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Aniseed Robin
Aniseed Robin
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Cuckolds all a-row
Cuckolds All a-Row
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I gave her cakes and I gave her ale, Z. 256
I gave her cakes and I gave her ale, Z. 256
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Taking his Beer with Old Anacharsis
Taking his Beer with Old Anacharsis
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Fie, nay prithee, John
Fie, nay prithee, John
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Cold and Raw
Cold and Raw
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The miller's daughter riding to the fair
The Miller's Daughter Riding To the Fair
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Will Said to his Mammy
Will Said to his Mammy
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The Old Fumbler
The Old Fumbler
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Walking in a Meadowe Greene
Walking in a Meadowe Greene
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Celia Learning on the Spinnet
Celia Learning on the Spinnet
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Tom the Taylor
Tom the Taylor
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My lady's coachman John, Z. 260
My lady's coachman John, Z. 260
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The Irish Jig, "The Night Ramble"
The Irish Jig, "The Night Ramble"
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Come sirrah Jacke hoe
Come sirrah Jacke hoe
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Dainty Fine Aniseed Water
Dainty Fine Aniseed Water
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Most Men do Love the Spanish Wine
Most Men do Love the Spanish Wine
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Argeers
Argeers
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Gathering Peascods
Gathering Peascods
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My lady and her Maid
My lady and her Maid
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As Roger last night to Jenny lay close, Z. 242
As Roger last night to Jenny lay close, Z. 242
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Pox on you for a fop, Z. 268
Pox on you for a fop, Z. 268
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Ladie lie near me
Ladie Lie Near Me
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Tis Women Makes Us Love
Tis Women Makes Us Love
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Sir Walter enjoying his damsel, Z. 273
Sir Walter enjoying his damsel, Z. 273
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My Thing Is My Own
My Thing Is My Own
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Here dwells a pretty Maid
Here dwells a pretty Maid
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My man John
My man John
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When first Amyntas sued for a Kiss
When first Amyntas sued for a Kiss
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Almande Gratie, SwWV 318, "More Palatino"
Almande Gratie, SwWV 318, "More Palatino"
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Poor Owen
Poor Owen
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Where They drank
Where They drank
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Come, let us drink, Z. 245
Come, let us drink, Z. 245
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