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Now nature wears her vernal hue (First Line)
Now neighbours listen for a while (First Line)
Now now is come the glorious year (First Line)
Now now lets rejoyce and let England be glad (First Line)
Now now the papists all go down (First Line)
Now now the plot is all come out (First Line)
Now now the prince is come to town (First Line)
Now now the Tories all shall stoop (First Line)
Now now the works done (First Line)
Now now the zealots all must droop (First Line)
Now once I loved a nice young girl (First Line)
Now once I was a helpless child (First Line)
Now once I was a ploughboy (First Line)
Now once I went by train but I never will again (First Line)
Now once there was a maiden who was up to every move (First Line)
Now once upon a time there were three jolly tars (First Line)
No wonder we find a depression in trade (First Line)
Now Orange is on British shores (First Line)
Now order gentlemen if you please (First Line)
Now or never A song addressed to the worthy freemen of Coventry (Title)
Now or never Now or never (First Line)
Now our good queens for ever gone (First Line)
Now our ship is ready to bear away (First Line)
Now Parliament again has met (First Line)
Now pay attention both young and old (First Line)



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