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Up in a back room (Title)
Up in a balloon (Title)
Up in the gallery on a Saturday night (Title)
Up in the morning early (Title)
Upon a certain day when Mars and Venus met together (First Line)
upon a fair morning for soft recreation (First Line)
Upon a fair morning for soft recreation (First Line)
Upon a fair mornnig [sic] for soft recreation (First Line)
Upon a May evening as I walked along (First Line)
Upon a mountains grassy side (First Line)
Upon a simmer afternoon (First Line)
Upon a simmers afternoon (First Line)
Upon a summer afternoon (First Line)
Upon Easter Monday within Chelmsford gaol (First Line)
upon erasing that motto which was set over the place where King Charles the first statue stood in the Royall Exchange London (Title)
Upon his heel he turnd (First Line)
Upon Mr Bobards yew-men of the Guards to the Physick garden (Title)
Upon one summers morning I carelessly did stray (First Line)
Upon that night stern fairies light (First Line)
Upon the 14th of August we sailed from the Downs (First Line)
Upon the banks of Ireland (First Line)
Upon the barren sand (First Line)
Upon the beach two lovers strayed (First Line)
Upon the Change where merchants meet (First Line)
Upon the course near to Malton town (First Line)



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