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I am a bold shoe maker from Belfast town I came (First Line)
I am a bold shoe-maker from Belfast town I came (First Line)
I am a bold shoemaker from Belfast town I came (First Line)
I am a bold shoemaker James Irvine is my name (First Line)
I am a bold true Irishman (First Line)
I am a bold true Irishman John Mitchell is my name (First Line)
I am a bold undaunted fox that never was before on tramp (First Line)
I am a bold undaunted Fox that never was before on tramp (First Line)
I am a bold undaunted youth from Dumfries town I came (First Line)
I am a bold undaunted youth my name is John Mac Cann (First Line)
I am a bold undaunted youth my name is John MCann (First Line)
I am a bonny blooming queen (First Line)
I am a bonny Scot sir my name is Mickle John (First Line)
I am a boy from Paddys land (First Line)
I am a boy that enjoys myself (First Line)
I am a brave lass and I traveld about (First Line)
I am a brave miller but newly come ore (First Line)
I am a bricklayer bold coming home from my work (First Line)
I am a brisk and boney [sic] young lass free from all care and strife (First Line)
I am a brisk and bonny lass thats free from care and strife (First Line)
I am a brisk and bonny young lass free from all care and strife (First Line)
I am a brisk and lively blade (First Line)
I am a brisk and lively lass (First Line)
I am a brisk and sprightly lad (First Line)
I am a brisk batchelor airy and young (First Line)



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