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Twas on one monday morning (First Line)
Twas on one Monday morning (First Line)
Twas on one Monday morning as I tripped oer the moss (First Line)
Twas on one winters evening when fast fell down the snow (First Line)
Twas on saint Monday morning cross mother Bung was snarling (First Line)
Twas on Saturday February 28th a telegram was sent (First Line)
Twas on that dark that doleful Night (First Line)
Twas on that spot in ancient lore oft namd (First Line)
Twas on the 18th day of June Napoleon did advance (First Line)
Twas on the 21st of August (First Line)
Twas on the 24th of June (First Line)
Twas on the beach as sailors tell (First Line)
Twas on the Belfast mountains (First Line)
Twas on the fourteenth day of November (First Line)
Twas on the morning of this fair (First Line)
Twas on the morn of sweet May day (First Line)
Twas on the morn of sweet May-day (First Line)
Twas on the ocean far from shore (First Line)
Twas on the spot in ancient lore oft namd (First Line)
Twas on the spot where soldiers drill (First Line)
Twas on the twenty-first of June (First Line)
Twas on the week of Glasgow fair (First Line)
Twas past and she was dying (First Line)
Twas post meridian half past four (First Line)
Twas post meridian half-past four (First Line)



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