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Dark-haird girl (Title)
Dark is the night and rough is the sea (First Line)
Dark is the night how dark no light -- no fire (First Line)
Dark is the night how dark no light no fire (First Line)
Dark Loch na gar (Title)
Dark lock-na-Garr (Title)
Dark-lock-na-Garr (Title)
Dark winter is come and the heavy dull sky (First Line)
Darlastone wake bull-baiting (Title)
Darlaston wake bull-baiting (Title)
Darling I am growing old (First Line)
Darling little blue-eyed Nell (Title)
Darling Mr Carey we love you A song on the informer Mr Carey (Title)
Darling Nell (Title)
Darling old stick (Title)
Darling Rosabel (Title)
Darlingston wake (Title)
Darlington fair A new song (Title)
Darlington Polytechnic & workmens exhibition (Title)
Darlin old stick (Title)
Darlin ould stick (Title)
Dashing Jerry (Title)
Dashing sergeant (Title)
Dashing serjeant (Title)
Dashing white scrgeant [sic] (Title)

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