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Well leave out the gardens and talk about fields (First Line)
Well may I say my life has been (First Line)
Well may the nation now rejoice (First Line)
Well me my pritty Betty (First Line)
Well met brother freemen what news from the court (First Line)
Well met brother Jack (First Line)
Well met dearest Phoebe O why in such haste (First Line)
Well met friend on the highway (First Line)
Well met my own dear honey (First Line)
Well met well met my own true love (First Line)
Well miss her at the morning hour (First Line)
Well my friends you all must agree (First Line)
Well neer be drunk again (Title)
Well never go back on McClellan boys (First Line)
Well not forget poor Roger now (Title)
Well playd my dear friends (for the Catholick cause) (First Line)
Well raise our glorious banner high (First Line)
Well seek some distant clime (First Line)
Well that time we were not found out (First Line)
Well things have turnd out as might be expected (First Line)
Well try amuse if these lines you peruse (First Line)
Wel Luxembourg gy schoone stad (First Line)
Well walk across the course my lads (First Line)
Well well sir so youre come at last (First Line)
Well well sir so youve come at last I thought youd come no more (First Line)

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