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Faces will sigh oer my silent face (First Line)
Face the wall (Title)
Factory bells of England (Title)
Factory bells of England A parody on the Merry bells of England (Title)
Faeee eh [sic] dear Erin Im going to le[ave] yo[u] (First Line)
Fagan & Murphys triumph over the Tories (Title)
Faint and wearily (Title)
Faint and wearily the way-worn taveller [sic] (First Line)
Faint and wearily the way worn traveller (First Line)
Faint and wearily the way-worn traveller (First Line)
Faintly as tolld the evening chime (First Line)
Faintly as tolls the evening chime (First Line)
Faintly as tolls the evning chime (First Line)
Faint & wearily (Title)
Faint & wearily the way-worn traveller (First Line)
Fain would I if I might by any means obtain (First Line)
Fain would my humble muse attempt to sing (First Line)
Fair and faithful too (Title)
Fair angel of England thy beauty most bright (First Line)
Fair Annie Gray was the pride of the west (First Line)
Fair Betsy of Deptford (Title)
Fair Betsy of Deptford and her young sailor bold (Title)
Fair Betsy of Plymouth and her young sailor bold (Title)
Fair Celia obtained (Title)
Fair Clorindas sorrowful complaint for the loss of her inconstant Strephon (Title)



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