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I was by trade a snob and for myself turned master (First Line)
I was calld knowing Joe by the boys of our town (First Line)
I was courted by a man manys the long day (First Line)
I was courted by a young man who did me betray (First Line)
I was courted by a young man who led me astray (First Line)
I was despised for being poor (Title)
I was down in Alabama (First Line)
I was dsee a waterman (First Line)
I was Dunois the young and brave (First Line)
I was dye see a Briton born (First Line)
I was dye see a dairy maid (First Line)
I was dye see a waterman (First Line)
I was hard up (Title)
I was in it (Title)
I was just eighteen years of age my mothers white-haird boy (First Line)
I was just eighteen years of age my mothers whitehaird boy (First Line)
I was just eighteen years of age my mothers white haired boy (First Line)
I was just on my foot starting home from Sligo (First Line)
I was just on my road tripping home to Sligo (First Line)
I was married a week (Title)
I was not useful So he says nor young nor strong (First Line)
I was once Queen of a beauty show (First Line)
I was once the landlords pet (First Line)
I was promenading out one lovely morn (First Line)
I was reared in Doncaster some forty years ago (First Line)



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