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Way-worn traveller (Title)
We all do like the pretty girls (First Line)
We all have had a holiday (First Line)
We all have our share of the ups and the downs (First Line)
We all have our shares of the ups and downs (First Line)
We all have our shares of the ups and the downs (First Line)
We all have our whims and our fancies (First Line)
Wealth breeds care love hope & fear (First Line)
Wealth love cannot make these kisses (First Line)
Wealth love cannot make those kisses (First Line)
Wealthy farmers son (Title)
wealthy young squire of Tamworth we hear (First Line)
We are a band of brothers and native to the soil (First Line)
We are all beggars (Title)
We are all beggars beg beg beggars (First Line)
We are all for the Constitution (First Line)
We are all in a state of hot water (First Line)
We are all in a state of hot water A new song on the Eastern question (Title)
We are all jolly fellows that follow the plough (Title)
We are all jolly fellows who follow the plough (Title)
We are all nervous shake shake -- termbling [sic] (First Line)
we are all nervous shake shake trembling (First Line)
We are all nervous shake shake tremblin[g] (First Line)
We are a tae have a holiday (First Line)
We are coming father Abraham (First Line)



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