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Now since youve calld me for a song (First Line)
Now sinner come by heavens decree (First Line)
Now Sols bright shining light (First Line)
Now some have got the blues (First Line)
Now spring has deckd the fields in green (First Line)
Now spring has deckd the fields so green (First Line)
Now spring has deckd the fields with green (First Line)
Now spring has deckd the fields with pride (First Line)
Nows the time and nows the hour (First Line)
Nows the time for mirth and glee (First Line)
Nows the time to change our clime (First Line)
Now stood Eliza on the wood-crownd height (First Line)
Now stood Eliza on the wood-crowned height (First Line)
Now summer aporoaches [sic] dull winter recedes (First Line)
Now summer approaches dull winter recedes (First Line)
Now sweet Shinny wilt thou be wed (First Line)
Nows your time for mirth and glee (First Line)
Now tell me Mary how is it that you can look so gay (First Line)
Now tell me Mary how it is (First Line)
Now tell me mary how it is that you can look so gay (First Line)
Now tell me Mary how it is that you can look so gay (First Line)
Now Terence have done wid yer tasing (First Line)
Now that bright Phoebus his rays doth display (First Line)
Now the bright morning star (Title)
Now the bright morning star days harbinger (First Line)



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