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Tack and half (Title)
Tady Blany a new song (Title)
Taffy came out of the border of Wales (First Line)
Taffy up to date (Title)
Taffy was a Welshman: Taffy was a thief (First Line)
Taglioni coat (Title)
Tag Rag and Bob-tail A new ballad (Title)
Tailor and the treacle cask (Title)
Tailor & trooper (Title)
Take back those gems (Title)
take back those gems so proudly worn (First Line)
Take back those gems so proudly worn (First Line)
Take back those gems so proudly [worn] (First Line)
Take back those gems you gave me (Title)
Take back those gems you gave me (First Line)
Take care how ye marry (Title)
Take care how you marry (Title)
Take em away (Title)
Take her in the humour (Title)
Take me home (Title)
Take me home to the place where I first saw the light (First Line)
Take me in your arms love (Title)
Take my tip heres a snip (First Line)
Take one step at a time the longest walk will end (First Line)
Take tea in the arbour (Title)

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