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Was ever the like in any age known (First Line)
Washing day (Title)
Washing day A new song (Title)
Was I once again out (First Line)
Was I once again young (First Line)
Was is de wereld tog (First Line)
Was my brother in the battle (Title)
Was not a freeman in days of yore (First Line)
Wasnt that a pull back (Title)
Was there ever a man so belovd as I am (First Line)
Was there ever poor man (First Line)
Was times now as they were in Queen Besss days (First Line)
Was you at --- or did you see (First Line)
Was you not drunk and did not know it (First Line)
Wat baert de liefde niet (First Line)
Watched their flocks (Title)
watchman blushes pale wid fear (First Line)
Watch oer and guide her way (First Line)
Watcloo [sic] was bought for gold says the green pown [sic] lass (First Line)
Wat droefheyd en zugten tallen kant (First Line)
Water cresses (Title)
Waterloo (Title)
Waterloo fashions (Title)
Waterloo was bought for gold says the green gown lass (First Line)
Waterloo Wellington Erin go bragh (Title)



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