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Lest een herderinne zoet (First Line)
Let Albions sons for ever sing (First Line)
Let all bold traytors here come take a view (First Line)
Let all loving people be pleasd to attend (First Line)
Let all loyal lovers which around me do stand (First Line)
Let all loyal lovers which round me do stand (First Line)
Let all loyal subjects look well to their hits (First Line)
Let all loyal subjects rejoyce now amain (First Line)
Let all that are to mirth inclind (First Line)
Let all the world say what they will (First Line)
Let all the world say what they will I do not care a fig (First Line)
Let any person take his stand (First Line)
Let a woman have her due (Title)
Let a woman have her way (Title)
Let bards elate (First Line)
Let Britain now a grateful homage pay (First Line)
Let Britons attend and unite in the cause (First Line)
Let Britons Nelsons valour sing (First Line)
Let C├Žsar live long and his temper abide (First Line)
Let Christians all in love unite (First Line)
Let Christians all with one accord (First Line)
Let Christians all with one accord rejoice (First Line)
Let Christians now in joyfull mirth (First Line)
Let Christ the glorious lover (First Line)
Let cowardly slanderers say what they will (First Line)



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