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I am a navy [sic] bo[l]d that has trampd the country round sir (First Line)
I am an English rover just come from London town (First Line)
I am an Irish boy (Title)
I am an Irish boy from Dublin town I came (Title)
I am an Irish boy so friskey (First Line)
I am an Irish boy so frisky (First Line)
I am an Irish hero that the English neer can frighten (First Line)
I am a noble hero (First Line)
I am a noble lady (First Line)
I am an old gravedigger and Toby Turfs my name (First Line)
I am an old gravedigger & Toby Turfs my name (First Line)
I am an old miser both aged and lame (First Line)
I am a noted wanderer (First Line)
I am a physical snob sirs (First Line)
I am a Piccadilly swell (First Line)
I am a pilgrim poor and bare (First Line)
I am a plough-boy stout and strong (First Line)
I am a ploughboy stout and strong (First Line)
I am a plow-boy stout and strong (First Line)
I am a plow-man brisk and young (First Line)
I am a poet by my trade (First Line)
I [am a] poor Connaughtman [from the town of] Athlone (First Line)
I am a poor Connaught man from the town of Athlone (First Line)
I am a poor Connaughtman from the town of Athlone (First Line)
I am a poor cotton weaver as many one knows (First Line)



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